Tag : book repair

Worktable Wednesday

My sister is here for a visit to act as designated driver for tomorrow's impending Wisdom Teeth Adios. I have already started pondering how to include my newly-liberated teeth in an artist's book. Preferably one with bite. [groan] I was looking forward to this evening - my sister brought along a photo

Worktable Wednesday

I have made peace with myself over not making anything in the studio today. I decided that in the week between Christmas and New Year's, everyone gets free pass and you get to decide what the pass is for. You can also use it more than once. Says me. This is

Worktable Wednesday

This morning I had to prepare for a trip to Sewly Yours & Once Upon A Bride, a holy-crap-stunning bridal salon in Burlington, VT. I met the owner, Debbie LaFromboise, at a craft show a few years ago and she's been carrying my guest books since then. I was thrilled

Worktable Wednesday

This morning was really interesting. Someone came by with a book that needed repair - a Webster's Dictionary from 1952. It's GINORMOUS. It's use-me-to-defeat-the-intruder-in-your-home size. Seriously. The thing is five inches thick: The binding is really odd - I've never seen anything like it before. The whole book is post-bound. The spine isn't

Book fixin’ continued…

Grrr...I missed my monthly meeting of the Book Arts Guild of Vermont today. Stupid rain. I was on my way up to Burlington when it started raining so hard that I couldn't see. I decided to skip the drippy drive and went home. Then, of course, it stopped raining.Did I

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