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Re: Unbinding the Book (update)



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I rec'd my book today ...it's great....thanks Barbara!!!!!

Kathy Parulski

Barbara Harman wrote:

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> Dear Friends  - I feel I can safely call you that! I can't begin to describe
> how much pleasure it gives me to go to the mailbox these days. It isn't just
> the orders (though you have certainly made my month!), but the personal
> notes. I have saved them all, and each of you has gone into a separate
> database so that when the longer version of my book is available, you'll be
> the first to know. I'm charmed, touched, delighted, intrigued (this list
> certainly has a long reach) and richer - in many ways - for our association.
>
> Yesterday, I put 41 books into the mail. I am almost caught up, though orders
> keep coming in, and will mail another 20 or so sometime this week. I
> appreciate getting your responses (some have even written again to tell me
> how much they like the book), and your suggestions. PLEASE let me know if I
> screwed up your order in any way (like you ordered two and I only sent one).
> I will correct it immediately. Likewise, if there is a problem with the book
> you received, let me know and I will send another. After the first few, which
> I printed from my computer, every copy has been produced from the same
> originals, so they should be ok. However, if yours is from the early batch
> and there are words or whole sentences gone missling, please let me know.
>
> Now that I am almost caught up, anyone who has been holding back but still
> wants a copy should go ahead and send in an order. And for those who might
> have missed it the first and second time around, here's the info on the book
> again.
>
> Unbinding the Book: The Boundless Concertina, by Barbara Harman, is published
> under my imprint, Paperworks. It is an accumulation of seven projects, a
> short introduction and detailed instructions on how to fold a concertina. It
> includes suggestions for variations on each project, and many illustrations
> (created with Adobe Illustrator). A few pages scattered throughout the book
> allow for personal notes. The book is currently two signatures of 5 sheets
> each (40 pages), size is 8-1/2x5-1/2" and it is bound with a paper cover.
> Here's the table of contents:
>
> How to Fold an Accordion
> Eight-Page Fold Book
> Accordion Envelope
> One and Two Signature Books
> 16-Page Meander
> Honeycomb
> Flag Book
> Carousel or Layered Star Book
>
> Additionally, since this is a work in progress, I have a single, folded sheet
> giving instructions for a Vade Mecum (not strictly an accordion book, but
> definitely a fold book). While I have had for years ambitions to create a
> larger version of this, the time never actually appears in which to do so.
> But your interest has woken the beast again so I may have to buckle down and
> get it done. In the meanwhile, the current version is $10.00 plus a $2.00
> postage and handling charge. Anyone interested can send me a check at:
> Barbara Harman, 3316 Harriet Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN 55408.
>
> And gee, thanks! Barbara
>
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