6 edition of Bookbinding basics found in the catalog.
From aligning and folding the sheets to stitching the body to adding attractive endpapers, this manual provides in-depth knowledge of the fundamentals of bookbinding.
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Rosati's book covers traditional European bookbinding in plentiful full color pictures. He pictures bookbinding tools, basic rules for bookbinding (such as aligning, folding, and counting the paper sheets, sawing, glueing, and etc.), sewing on cords (with a sewing frame or on a stool), sewing on tapes, and binding a simple notebook/5(6).
From the Back Cover. Starting from basic principles and assuming no previous experience, this modern exposition of the elements of bookbinding enables both the beginner and the expert to apply the latest and most simplified techniques to rebinding old favorites and binding many new paperback books.
A complete list of all necessary materials, 4/4(19). Whether you want a self-bound book that is hardcover or paperback, with the right materials you can bind a book right in your own home. Use the same basic bookbinding methods as the professionals with specific supplies such as PVA glue and wax-coated thread.
Bookbinding With Basic Tools.