Posts Tagged: class

Book Cloth Workshop in Asheville and Cape Cod Shibori Journals

Are you like me? Do you have a stash of beautiful fabric that you buy “just because” or say “I’ll make something out of this someday!” – me too…and I don’t even sew! Haha. When I saw the class, “Making Book Cloth”, being offered last fall at Asheville Bookworks I was intrigued…and I thought, “FINALLY…read more

Pamphlet Stitch: Great Success!

This Saturday 18 participants in two separate classes joined me for a session of Pamphlet Stitch binding at the Falmouth Public Library – these classes were free of charge, made possible by a grant from the Massachusetts Local Cultural Council and additional support by the Library Trustees. Everyone did really well and seemed to have…read more

Intermediate Bookbinding Class

I think it’s finally time to write up a post about the Falmouth Community School Intermediate bookbinding class! On the wake of the Beginning Bookbinding Class, six intrepid bookbinders continued on to learn coptic stitch binding. Our first class we did a type of paper marbling called Suminagashi where we created papers with neat black…read more

Bookbinding Class – Paste Paper

In the beginning bookbinding class that I taught in October and November at the Falmouth Community school, we made paste papers – they are a really easy and fun way to make decorative papers. It’s kind of like finger-painting for grown-ups. . You can make your own paste papers at home – first you’ll need…read more

Upcoming Classes at Falmouth Community School

Attention Bibliophiles! I have some last minute additions to my fall bookbinding workshop schedule. I’ll be substituting in for Michael Bushy’s Falmouth Community School classes, starting Sept. 28th. The classes go for three weeks and are just $49 plus a $25 materials fee. You can see a full catalog of classes here (opens a PDF)…read more