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This and That

It has been another one of those weeks where I flitted from project to project without seeming to make much progress. I am working on a pop-up book with Monique Martin but there isn’t much to look at yet. David and I made another … Continue reading

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Recomp 2

I had not planned to write another post about the bald-faced hornets and our joint project quite so soon, but life has a way of intervening in the plans of humans. And the plans of hornets, in this case. While I was … Continue reading

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Back in late 2013, I wrote a piece for Book Arts/Arts du livre Canada, the magazine of the Canadian Bookbinders and Book Artists Guild. The editor wanted a description/announcement rather than a critical review for Decomp, Stephen Collis/Jordan Scott, Coach House Books, Toronto, … Continue reading

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I could make paper out of that.

I entered the field of book arts via paper making. I thought learning to make my own paper would be interesting so I began to teach myself from books. My husband built me some basic tools and I started to … Continue reading

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Friday Night Flicks: The Making of Mohawk Superfine

A little late, but here it is anyway! I have noticed that in discussions of paper Mohawk Superfine is frequently mentioned. Here’s a video on how it is made. Have a good weekend.

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Handmade Paper

My introduction to the book arts began when I started making paper in the mid-1990s. There was no one locally who could give me instruction in the field, so I learned from books. The one I found most useful for practical help was … Continue reading

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