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Re: Stab binding (was Japanese stab binding)



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> I was wondering, however, how the paper 'twists' in Ikegami's book are
actually forced through the durn holes.

Besides Betty's ideas, you can also try thinner twists (with long fibered,
high quality paper they can be tugged on without a problem) and trimming the
end of the twist at an angle.

Cathy

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