I spent a day this week with a lovely friend in York who I hadn’t seen for a while. She is also mad about paper and making books. She showed me a leaflet she had picked up with a very interesting structure created by folds. So I had to replicate it because I knew if I had only drawn the instructions I would have forgotten how to do it by the time I got home! She also introduced me to some lovely watercolours I am going to have to track down, took me to a museum, cooked some delicious food and took me to a great charity shop…all in all a great day out.
Month: January 2019
A little bit of experimenting making pop up cards…It remains to be seen how this will look when it arrives the other end in the post!
More folding practice
Today has been all about folding again. I’m slowly working my way through the two books I shared yesterday to see which shapes and folds I like the best. I’m still very excited by the no glue or stitching idea which todays books are too.
Folding & cutting practice
This week has been a bit of a revelation in book binding. I bought two books ‘Making Handmade Books’ by Alison Golden and ‘The Art of the Fold’ by Hedi Kyle and Ulla Warchol before Christmas and have buried myself away this week pouring over them and playing with the ideas. My particular favourite are a couple of bindings that require no glue and stitching just folding and cutting…
Hello lovely people
Welcome to my new site! Quite proud of myself on many levels for accomplishing this on my own. Please have patience with me as I develop the site and add lots of lovely things. But in the mean time I just wanted you to know I’m alive and kicking and on the job.