PSBA Fundamentals Workshop
Folded Books 101: Crown Binding Structure
Saturday, March 12th 2016
12 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Room 020, Collins Library
University of Puget Sound
The seeming simplicity of folded book structures easily lend to creating more complex structures. The crown binding, also known as the Blizzard Book created by Hedi Kyle, is a popular structure because the pages are removable and changeable. The crown forms both the spine and the movable tabs that hold the pages in place. In this workshop you will learn the basics of folding and explore the versatility of this structure can serve as prototypes for future projects.
Presenter: PSBA member Gabby Cooksey, Graduate of North Bennet Street School for Bookbinding in Boston, MA; studied at the American Academy of Bookbinding in Telluride, CO and at the Montefiascone Conservation Project in Italy
As a part of the PSBA Fundamentals series you can also expect to learn the fundamentals of folding, scoring and folding tools.
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ruler at least 12 inches
All materials and patterns provided. Workshop fee ($15) due to PSBA on day of workshop.