By Pamela Richmond
Designed as a pragmatic direction for newbies and hobbyists and likewise as a reference for extra complicated scholars, this e-book covers all of the simple strategies of material and leather-based binding, together with instruments, fabrics and the workshop. the commonest bindings are coated, equivalent to unmarried part, case, flat-back and Buckram library-style. The ebook additionally contains notes on easy paper and binding maintenance, and a piece of tasks to attempt, together with binding paperback books and making loved ones items, reminiscent of table blotters and photo frames.
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This will allow any section that has moved to drop back into place. 4. Cut a pair of boards 1/2in (1cm) wider and 1/2in (1cm) longer than your book. (i) Find the grain of your board - remember that it must run from head to tail. Fig 43 The bed of the board cutter. Fig 44 (ii) Much of a bookbinder's time is spent in the pursuit of right angles, which can be very elusive; your boards must all have corners of 90º. A board cutter is obviously the best implement for cutting board, although a knife and straight edge, or later a plough, can be used.
This in turn resulted in the need for quicker and cheaper ways of binding books. The first cloth bindings appeared in about 1825. These books were still sewn on cords although the cords were 'sawn in'. This means that channels were sawn into the spine of the book, rather like the cerfs sawn for the kettle stitches, and the thin cords slotted neatly into these channels. Later tapes were used - altogether a stronger and more satisfactory method. The idea of casing books was then developed. The case or protective cover, consisting of two boards and a spine piece covered with cloth, was made separately from the book and the book was 'cased in' as a final operation.
This is available in skeins of varying thicknesses, from thin two-strand to medium three-strand and thick four-strand. The medium three-strand is the most useful, although as you do more binding the addition of a thinner and a thicker thread will become necessary. Adhesives Any adhesive you use must not only have a neutral pH - there is little point in ensuring that your materials are acid-free if you are going to stick them together with an acidic glue or paste - but should also be reversible.
Bookbinding: A Manual of Techniques by Pamela Richmond