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Types Of Binding

SPORT THEME: French people ski, just because we have several places where we can ski in France. Withing the ski niche, there are sub niches you can target. Like the Télémark (or snowblade pictured above) for instance. It's a type of ski where the back of the feet is not attached to the actual ski. It's a different way to ski and for real passionates, it means more enjoyment. More ideas;


Choosing the Right Binding Type The type of binding is usually selected based on the function of the document, the number of pages it contains and the printing budget. Strangely, esthetics are usually considered last in the decision-making, unless quality is a priority and budget is not a factor, or the binding itself is part of the conceptual design.

Single Sheet Sewing - Hard Cover on Cords with Cindy Hollander. Unlike traditional post or Japanese stab bindings, this type of binding allows you to sew single, unfolded sheets of paper, board, plexiglass, or other material into a book form which opens perfectly flat. The binding utilizes waxed thread, twisted together to form a 3 ply cord, with the ends being untwisted and sewn into the hard cover to complete. The text block will be sewn using a sewing frame.


Original pinner sez: The twine spine binding of my junk/art journal. The beauty of this type of binding is that you can add, remove or move around your pages. They are not sewn signatures, merely slipped in between the twine binding. A complete tutorial for this can be found at DecoArt's Mixed Media Blog:


Binding tutorial Art Journal Part IV Very easy way to "tie" individual boards together into a book. Her concept of a mandala journal is beautiful.


The most common type of sewn bookbinding that I often default to, falls into the category of longstitch binding. It’s really a general categorization for many different methods of sewn binding. People have invented their own patterns and techniques and have probably called it something else as well. Suffice to say, it’s a general way …