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Registration Opens for New Session of Sewn-on-the-Spine Journal

The registration for my online Sewn-on-the-Spine-Journal class is now open. Go here to Register. (The registration page  contains a link to the supply handout which you can download before you register.) You can click on this link to watch a video in which I explain why I like this structure so much. Class begins on […]

Examples of the Simple Round Back Spine structure with cloth covered boards and recessed labels. (The book in the back has a raised label effect we will discuss.)

Bookbinding: Registration closes August 2 for Simple Round Back Spine Class

Registration for “The Simple Round Back Spine” online bookbinding class closes August 2, 2019.  Class begins on August 3, 2019 with all lessons dropping at once so that students can work at their own pace during the month. I’ll be available to answer your questions. (I recommend that students aim to make two books during […]

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Sewn-On-The-Spine Bookbinding Class Starts Saturday

Registration for my Sewn-on-the-Spine Bookbinding Class closes on tomorrow (Friday at 9 p.m.). Click here to go to the REGISTRATION PAGE. You can click on this link to watch a video about why I enjoy this structure so much. Class begins on Saturday, July 13. All lessons drop on Saturday so you’ll be able to work […]

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Sewn-on-the-Spine Bookbinding Class Registration Opens Today

  I’m excited to announce the launch of the online version of my Sewn on the Spine Book Binding class. The above video tells you about the structure and shows you various examples so you’ll know what to expect. (If the above video doesn’t run please see it on YouTube at this link.) The first […]

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In Context: Looking at the Arteza Watercolor Book Part 2

Key Points This is part two of my in context review of the Arteza Watercolor Book. (You can find them on Amazon and the link is in the first post in this series.) Use the navigation at the bottom of this post to go back to the first post in this series. There’s no text […]

Examples of the Simple Round Back Spine structure with cloth covered boards and recessed labels. (The book in the back has a raised label effect we will discuss.)

Simple Round Back Spine Class Registration Will Close February 14, 2019

Registration for “The Simple Round Back Spine” online bookbinding class is still open through February 14, 2019.  Class begins on February 15, 2019 with all lessons dropping at once so that students can work at their own pace during the month. I’ll be available to answer your questions. (I recommend that students aim to make […]

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Roz Wound Up Online Class Schedule for 2019 Is Up!

I have posted the 2019 class schedule here. You can access that page by going to the navigation menu under “CLASSES” and selecting “Classes 2019.” There you will find a list of classes that are on-going which you can join any time, followed by a list of scheduled classes. The scheduled classes are listed by […]

A stack of signatures made by tearing down large sheets of Nideggen paper—they await binding.

The Potentiality of the Page

I write a lot on the blog about using the types of papers that you want to work on so that you can push your work forward in intentional ways. One of the simplest ways to do that if you work in a bound journal is to bind your own journals with the papers you […]

Examples of the Simple Round Back Spine structure with cloth covered boards and recessed labels. (The book in the back has a raised label effect we will discuss.)

Simple Round Back Spine 2018 Class Registration Opens Today

Registration for “The Simple Round Back Spine” online bookbinding class opens today, Friday, March 9, 2018. Click on the link to go to the registration page. Class begins on March 31, 2018 with all lessons dropping at once so that students can work at their own pace during the month while I’m in the classroom […]

All my binding methods can be done at home without any special equipment. I stack my books with heavy art books as weights, there are also some bricks on the top of the stack that didn't make it into the photo. When I'm done binding everything gets put back on the shelves and it's life as normal.

New Adventures in Book Binding

It’s been a long time since I’ve been able to add a new entry into this series of posts started way back at the beginning of my blog! A shoulder injury has kept me from binding batches of books. I’ve bound a book now and then so I’d have a special Minnesota State Fair Journal, […]

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