If you didn’t know me in high school, then you probably haven’t seen the zombie movie I made. (I can’t decide if that is lucky or unlucky.) Next year I plan on coaxing Sean into making a new zombie movie with me but this year we settled for a Halloween photo story. Enjoy!
I am still slightly stunned to have a DVD, but I am so excited to share the tips, tricks, and instruction on binding a long stitch variation and the Coptic stitch that are in this Cloth Paper Scissors Workshop™. Whether you are new to bookbinding, or you want to take your work to the next […]
Recently I moved into a new apartment. I have really enjoyed rediscovering all the things that had been tucked away my little bedroom. First, I found all of my crazy handmade books: books about monsters, books to teach French, books with funny shapes. It reminded me that I hadn’t made a book recently enough, so off I […]
I decided to put together a photo with my most basic bookbinding tools. These are the tools I would suggest for starting to bind books by hand. Included: Glue brush, bee’s wax (run unwaxed thread through this), large eyed needles: straight and curved, waxed linen thread, box cutter, binder’s clips, Japanese paper punch, eyelet setter, […]
Sometimes the only thing we need is a minute to collect sea shells. After a trip to Crane Beach in Ipswich, MA, I feel ready to tackle this site and blog. I will share progress on my paper cut, bookbinding, and any other projects I am working on. This will be where I build my […]