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Japanese Stab Binding: Advanced Bookbinding (Ages 9-13)
In this class learners will make a Japanese Stab Bound book using the standard 4-hole stitch. This class is a fun handicraft class for the beginner and a fantastic foundational art class for the aspiring bookbinder.
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The Japanese stab binding is the perfect method to bind together single pages into one book. It can be used for any size paper and it adds a decorative element to the cover of your book. In this class learners will make a Japanese Stab Bound book using the standard 4-hole stitch. After we make our book we'll discuss variations to the standard stitch. Included in this class is PDF template for making different designs on you own after class. One of the following is suggested as...
Homework is to clean up supplies and workspace after class. I encourage learners to post pictures in the classroom of their books. Optional.
1 file available upon enrollment—21 sheets of 8.5" x 11" copy paper —2 sheets of 8.5" x 11 card stock or heavy scrapbook paper for the cover, the color or pattern of your choice —Scissors —Ruler —Pencil —Awl (or alternative tool: thumb tack or other tool to make holes in our paper for sewing) —Embroidery floss in the color of your choice —2 binding clips —Needle with an eye large enough to thread the floss (a crewel or darning needle works well for larger floss) —Something to protect your work surface while piercing the holes in the paper (cutting mat, heavy cardboard, old cutting board, or a scrap of wood slightly larger than your paper works well)
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1 hour per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
AnalisaBS in Literature from The Ohio State University | TESOL | Bookbinder | A Hands-On Approach to Learning
8 total reviews
17 completed classes
Hello! My name is Analisa. I am a stay-at-home, book-binding, homeschooling mom of four. I graduated from The Ohio State University with a degree in English and have a background in marketing and graphic design. I have over 20 years of experience...