In the afternoon I took Shanna Leino's toolmaking workshop. We met in the metals studio, which was wall-free - it's a bit like a shelter you might find in a park. Thankfully, it was a beautiful day. Oh, if you're wondering, Ox-Bow doesn't have a bone studio. We were introduced to
Tag : bone folder
As I mentioned in my last post, I recently returned from my summer vacation to the Midwest. One of the stops during our National Park loop included Mount Rushmore (in case you didn't know, it's ginormous). I'm thankful that I didn't have any big head nightmares on my trip.
Kaija over at Paperiaarre commented on my last post about bonefolders that she uses a teflon bonefolder in her work instead of one made of bone. In my work I employ a team of bonefolders: one made of bone and one made of teflon. I use the teflon bonefolder for any
I learned how to make books when I was in graduate school - I had a part time job at Paper Source in Cambridge, MA (back when there were only two stores). I worked there with a woman named Martha (can't remember her last name) who was enrolled in the