Bookcraft () by Heather Weston. and altered books—or simple tag books for your kids—Bookcraft contains all the skills you will ever need. Available in: Paperback. From heirloom memories to unique journals, albums, and altered books – or simple tag books for your kids – Bookcraft. Heather Weston. · Rating details · ratings · 18 reviews. Binding, folding, and decorating techniques to create beautiful artists’ books and more.
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Books westton a central part of life, and have been with us for around 2, years. Although most books we use are produced commercially, many of us are drawn to the book form in its various guises, and are interested in exploring how to make books of our own, whether as westpn vehicle for telling stories, as scrapbooks, or as notebooks and journals.
This guide provides the essential ingredients for designing and making your own books, from simple binding and finishing techniques to complex complete products. Projects are designed to suit a variety of skill levels from beginner to advanced, and use a step-by-step approach to learning the necessary skills. Each project begins with basic techniques and progresses through to thought-provoking applications of those techniques.
Each technique includes an example of a finished book that fully and beautifully utilizes the methods described by the techniques.
This book explores more experimental binding and page treatment techniques, and has a comprehensive gallery of ideas outlining the skills and materials needed to apply techniques often reserved for professionals. Paperbackpages.
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bokkcraft To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Bookcraftplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Jan 05, Kerry weaton it liked it Shelves: This is something I’ve always wanted to try, but I have never been able to find a really great resource. This is probably the best one I’ve come across, but it doesn’t have all of the bindings I’m interested in.
I can really do without all the artsy books as well.
I simply have absolutely no interest in creating something like that and I’m not really interested in looking at them either. Oh well, the other thing that’s holding me back is all the equipment!
I just don’t have the money for all tha This is something I’ve always wanted to try, but I have never been able to find a really great resource.
I just don’t have the money for all that stuff. I will do this one day! Mar 20, Chris rated it really liked it Shelves: This book provides a bit more history of various book forms and bokcraft some more unusual forms, such as carousel and tunnel books, along with how to use paper cutting and folding techniques in the books you make.
Jun 17, Buchdoktor rated it it was amazing Shelves: Ein Deckenband mit mehreren Lagen wird als Halbleinenband gefertigt. Eine einfache Klebebindung, eine Bindung mit Buchschrauben und die japanische Blockheftung werden vorgestellt. Wer die klassischen Modelle beherrscht, kann sich am Doppelbuch versuchen oder an Flaggenbuch und Karussellbuch, die beide auf der Leporelloform basieren.
Insgesamt eine lohnende Anschaffung. May seston, Jen rated it really liked it Shelves: I really love books that show step by step tutorials with photography rather than drawn diagrams. There’s something about seeing the process “live” rather than theoretically. It makes it a lot easier to copy and thus learn a technique a lot easily.
I think this book has the easiest explanation of a pamphlet stitch I’ve seen; it was really easy to do, which is great since I had to bind a book just hours before it was due!
May 04, Mads P. I was really disappointed with how few binding techniques are in this book. Jan 02, Ezekiel rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book makes bookmaking seem both really appealing and doable.
Just what I want from a book about a craft. Not to mention the glorious examples at the end. I found myself pondering how exactly I would do something like the examples, and then and even better how to create a conceptual piece that would be entirely my own.
Jul 12, Steen rated it it was amazing. Of all my bookbinding titles, this is my favorite. It is not only well-written with clear instructions, it also lacks the cheese factor that plagues most craft books.
The true test westkn I have actually created genuine, finished projects using Bookcraft. That’s the strongest endorsement, trust me! May 25, Hadi rated it really liked it Shelves: Used to make bookcraaft own notebooks many many years ago and this has inspired me to do it again and provided simple instructions to do so. Going to buy a copy of my very own. Dec 12, K. Blaha rated it it was amazing Shelves: My favorite book-binding reference.
Nice boolcraft pictures, and doesn’t omit too many steps. Sep 08, Gigi rated it really liked it Shelves: One of the better examples of both ideas and general book binding. Oct 28, Tamara boikcraft it really liked it Shelves: Some cool techniques, including embossing and making pop-up staircases. Sad that all of the examples use “virgin” books instead of altered books.
Bookcraft: Techniques for Binding, Folding, and Decorating to Create Books and More
Sep 13, Rachaelita rated heafher liked it Shelves: Very helpful, informative and fun book. Another one to add to the “to buy” pile. Jan 17, Sally rated it really liked it Shelves: So far, good fun!
Nov 19, Jamie rated it liked it Shelves: Great photo instructions for simple and elegant books, plus some more complex effects and projects.
Sep 22, Tammy rated it liked it Shelves: Too intense of projects for me to do There are great tips for making books though! Dec 22, Casey rated it it was amazing Shelves: Very good for beginners. Full color photos showing all the steps which are clearly written.
Explains all the supplies. Variety of binding types. Oct 04, Janni added it. A really nice introduction to bookbinding — so far, I’m really having fun with it. Sumi rated it really liked it Feb 06, Karley Searles rated it really liked it May 07, Michelle Elkins rated it really liked it May 20, Liz rated it it was amazing Jan 25, Mariana rated it liked it Dec 25, Heidi rated it really liked it Jul 17, Linda rated it really liked it Jun 06, Cyndi rated it liked it Nov 19, Tron Tarkington rated it it was amazing Jan 20, Lynelle rated it really liked it May 18, Jed rated it really liked it May 29, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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