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Learn Book Binding & Make Your Own Journals, Sketchpads, Cookbooks & Albums FLEX
In this 4-week FLEX class, students will learn the glue method, saddle stitch, and kettle stitch bookbinding methods to make personalized sketchpads, thin journals or diaries, and hardbound books such as cookbooks and photo albums.
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No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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In this 4-week FLEX class, we will learn how to bind books and make sketchpads, notepads, journals, diaries, scrapbooks, cookbooks, and photo albums. Students will learn the glue method, how to saddle stitch, and how to kettle stitch. Which one you use will depend on the type of book you are making. We will also learn about different glues, paper weights, and paper grains. Please read the learner supply list below for a full list of required ingredients and supplies. In this class, we will...
Every week, students will need to read the supply list and gather materials, watch the video lessons, answer questions, create their book, find Ollie, and post a photo or video of their book on the discussion board. Students can have fun with their photos or make a "craft show" video describing their creations.
Students will need paper (printer paper is fine to start with), needles, thread, ruler, PVA glue (I use Lineco Neutral pH Adhesive), paintbrush, binder clips, an awl, chipboard, and book cloth (students will also learn to make their own using fabric, Heat & Bond, and tissue paper.) A craft knife (Exacto, etc.), bone folder, and wax for the thread are optional but helpful. Paint and brushes will be needed if students want to gild or paint their book in week 4.
No live meetings, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
Students may need to use a hobby knife or iron at times depending on certain finishing options.
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Hello, my name is Ashley, and I live in Illinois in the United States. I teach introductory level psychology classes for ages 12 and up, educational classes geared towards younger children, and creative classes for all ages. I believe psychology...