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I have the thick brown paper/board similar to the back of spiral notebooks
or legal pads. I have 80ish 8x11 pieces. I did find a paper box full of
11x17 paper I will bring.
Gyđa
On Jan 5, 2015 10:35 PM, "Heather Hillhouse" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> When you say chipboard, do you mean Masonite/hardboard? If so, I may have
> a bunch...
> Derdriu
> On Jan 5, 2015 9:02 PM, "Gyda Glora" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
>> I have chip board! I do have a box of random size paper, not sure of the
>> sizes, that I can bring. I can check with my boss to see if there is excess
>> paper.
>> Gyđa
>> On Jan 5, 2015 6:06 PM, "Anita Mohlman" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>
>>> For those who want to learn bookbinding--I will provide paper for the
>>> books (thanks, Gyda!) but there are some things you will need.
>>> paper scissors to cut the pages and maybe the chipboard for the covers
>>> ruler
>>> pencil
>>> a folder for the quires--traditionally bone, I have a piece of hard
>>> plastic--you could use the back of a comb--it just needs to be hard and
>>> smooth to make sharp creases in the paper.
>>> a heavy-duty needle--one sharp (for making holes)
>>> a tapestry needle--something fairly large, but dull; so you don't bleed
>>> on the pages when you poke yourself (and you will)
>>> white button hole thread
>>> 2 cover boards--I have some chipboard but not enough;  a heavy,
>>> non-corrugated cardboard would work or layered thinner chipboard; or if you
>>> want, wood boards cut to size and up to 1/4 inch think
>>> beeswax for the thread ( this can be shared--I have some)
>>> exacto knife or utility knife to trim the pages
>>> clamps--c-clamps or big clips to hold the pages together for trimming.
>>> We will need fabric or leather to cover the boards by the Feb
>>> meeting--when I find out how many of you there are, we can talk about what
>>> to cover the books with.
>>>
>>> The first night, we will try to get the paper cut and prepared for
>>> sewing and prepare the covers.
>>> The second night (in February) we will trim the pages, sew together the
>>> quires, attach the cover boards and cover the books.
>>> You will have to take them home to press them flat while they dry.
>>> Natalya
>>>
>>> On Mon, Jan 5, 2015 at 10:56 AM, Gyda Glora <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Please remember this Wednesday is Gathering.  A&S will be on the 28th.
>>>> Natalya will be teaching part one of bookbinding.
>>>> Gyđa
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