Endpapers for Fine Bindings
Barony Centre, West Kilbride, KA23 9AR
8-9 June 2024
A workshop aimed at intermediate and advanced learners, designed to develop your skills, accuracy and cleanliness when making endpapers for fine bindings. You will be taught how to make three different types of endpapers which are suitable for fine bindings: a simple ‘made endpaper’; a hidden cloth-jointed endpaper, and a leather-jointed zig-zag endpaper. You will learn about the suitability of papers for endpapers and will go away with samples of each type. Not
suitable for beginners.
Suitable for… those with some experience, not suitable for beginners.
There will be a materials charge for this workshop of £15
Kathy served a four-year apprenticeship in bookbinding and then gained an HND from the London College of Printing, followed by a BA (Hons) Bookbinding from Roehampton University. She is a partner of Benchmark Bindery, set up in 2009 with Tracey Rowledge. She teaches at the City Lit and conducts many workshops across the UK and abroad. She is a founder member of the group: Tomorrow’s Past and is the author of Bookbinding: A step-by-step guide.
This workshop will held at the The Barony Centre, West Kilbride KA23 9AR and has a maximum number of 12 students.
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