I recently started to look at traditional Japanese bindings. These are a stab binding, and require very little glue or paste generally.
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The last few years have been quiet on the Internet front here, although the Guild has been going strongly.
Well 2020 is certainly going to go down as one of the weirdest years ever. Obviously we are not yet done with it, but a sembalance of rationality is starting to appear.
For the past few years we have been attending the Boyanup Traditional Trades Day which is a great way to get out of the city and see things from the country town perspective.
It is with great pleasure that we announce the conferring of Life Membership to the Western Australian Craft Bookbinders Guild on David Millhouse.
Welcome to the new year. We have lots of courses on offer this year, ranging from beginners through a variety of styles to advanced work with leather and finishing with gold lettering.
We introduced a two day course on Coptic binding this year.
After offering the same range of workshops for a number of years now we have decided to offer a bit of variety for 2018.
Our small comeptition for miniatures was held again this year. As always, some very interesting examples. The smallest book was one that was approximately 20mmm high by 15mm wide.
Two of us recently attended the Bookbinding Conference in Canberra. This was a very good event and one that attracted an excellent group of speakers, both from Canberra and internationally.