Exposed-spine Binding Tutorial
With this carefully-compiled Exposed Spine bookbinding tutorial you’re on your way to creating your very own notebook.
The gift that keeps on giving – make a journal, and learn the process to continue making more.
No previous bookbinding experience required, though persons with some experience will find the process easier.
Perfect for first-time bookbinders, artists, DIYers and journal keepers.
Carefully curated by hand-bookbinders for you
51 full-colored pages
160-plus photo-instructions and illustrations
Exposed-spine binding is a non-adhesive binding method whereby a book’s covers and signatures are hand-sewn together leaving the spine exposed. The pattern on the spine is formed using a combination of the cross stitch and chain stitch methods and, when combined, creates a striking weave pattern. In this tutorial, we demonstrate how to create an
exposed-spine journal using a single needle.
Exposed-spine bindings make for beautiful guest books, photo albums, sketchbooks and journals. Besides the attractive book spine, these books are also very durable. For artists and writers looking for a beautifully handmade book that can lay completely flat when open, an exposed spine journal is a great choice.
What you get
You will receive 1 PDF file, 7.5 MB. This tutorial consists of 51 full-colored pages with 160-plus photo-instructions and illustrations.
Please note that this is an e-product. No physical product will be shipped.
All rights reserved. This tutorial, including all photos, illustrations and instructions, is strictly for personal use and may not be resold, redistributed or shared under any circumstances.
Because of the nature of the product being a digital product, no refunds or exchanges will be granted.
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