Lightning Stitch – CFPR, UWE Bristol

by Angela

Another ‘sewn through the spine’ binding. Very simple, the book contains 2 signatures. Making books is addictive,  I can’t wait to do my next course. This was made on a One Day Course with Guy Begbie called – Architectural Book Structures.  I forgot my camera so have no good pictures of that day.  I didn’t actually finish this book on the course but Guy gave me very good notes and I finished it at home.  I really wasn’t sure I could do this without guidance but something clicked and I managed it.

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Waterstone Jewelry 9th January 2009 - 4:38 pm

Love the book! Have a great weekend and you have been TAGGED. Go back to my blog for your instructions.

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Angela 10th January 2009 - 2:30 pm

Thank you. Have a good weekend too!

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The Marlowe Co. 10th January 2009 - 3:45 pm

That is very neat.

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Rachel 10th January 2009 - 7:45 pm

Beautiful book! It’s such an simple pattern, yet so effective. May I ask if you joined the signatures together at all, or if they are simply sewn through the spine?

Sorry to clutter up your lovely blog with technical questions!

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Angela 11th January 2009 - 4:39 pm

Hello Rachel – no problem.

If you look at the narrow part of the stitch (the shorter part of the zig zag)there is a point where the thread enters to the left and the right – each of these points of entry is for a different signature. i.e the left point of the thread goes into signature 1 and in the right point of entry (on the spine) – the thread goes into signature 2. Hope this makes sense. If it doesn’t let me know and I will try to take some more photos that shows this.

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