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Re: [BKARTS] BOOK_ARTS-L Digest - 10 Jan 2008 to 11 Jan 2008 (#2008-12)



Hello Joyce,
I'd love to have a pair if you have any left. I am partial to greens if that makes a difference.
Thank you,
Sue Scott
19652 Stanton Ave.
Castro Valley, CA 94546


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> There are 3 messages totalling 193 lines in this issue. 
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> Topics of the day: 
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> 1. adhearing fabric to paper 
> 2. Studio on the Square Upcoming Book Arts & Letterpress Printing Workshops, 
> NYC 
> 3. topic book ribbon experiment 
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> Date: Fri, 11 Jan 2008 10:46:21 -0800 
> From: Judy 
> Subject: Re: adhearing fabric to paper 
> 
> I don't understand what you mean by impermeable to glue. What is holding 
> the fabric to the boards? How deeply into the fabric does the adhesive go? 
> 
> 
> Signa 
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> Foncannon 
> Sent: Tuesday, January 08, 2008 9:13 PM 
> To: BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 
> Subject: Re: adhearing fabric to paper 
> 
> Converting fabric to bookcloth has been discussed a lot on this list. 
> The 
> method I have used with very great success, which seems to work with all 
> kinds 
> of fabric, is to iron on Heat 'n' Bond Lite (Joann fabrics, #101653) onto 
> the 
> back of the cloth, lift off, and iron on archival (glassine) tissue. 
> The result handles very well, and is impermeable to glue. The adhesive 
> I 
> use is 1/2 PVA + 1/2 wheat starch. 
> 
> Kim Boyd wrote: 
> 
> > I was given old upholstery scraps that I would like to use for book cover 
> > design. What is the best adhesive for preparing the fabric with paper 
> > before covering the covers and binding? Does the kind of paper used 
> matter? 
> > Thanks, 
> > KB 
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> Date: Fri, 11 Jan 2008 18:40:28 -0800 
> From: Intima Press 
> Subject: Studio on the Square Upcoming Book Arts & Letterpress Printing 
> Workshops, NYC 
> 
> Happy 2008! We look forward to continuing to nurture your Art as we enter our 
> 5th year of Classes! Here is the current line-up: 
> 
> JANUARY 
> 
> INTRODUCTION TO LETTERPRESS: Monday, 6-9:30PM, January 14 - FULL 
> 
> INTERMED/ADVANCED BOOK ARTS: 6 Tues or Thurs eves: begins mid-Jan 
> 
> PRINTED BROADSIDE POETRY EDITION: Fri 6-8PM, Sat & Sun, 10AM-4PM, Jan 
> 25, 26, 27 
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> FEBRUARY 
> 
> LETTERPRESS II: WOOD & METAL TYPE BROADSIDES: 3 Fridays 6-9PM, February 
> 1, 8, 15 
> 
> ART OF THE BOOK: PLANNING YOUR EDITION: Sat & Sun, 10AM-4PM, February 2 
> & 3 
> 
> BOOKBINDING FOR ARTISTS: 3 Fridays, 6-9PM, Feb 22 - Mar 7 
> 
> MARCH 
> 
> INTRODUCTION TO LETTERPRESS: Wednesday, 6-9:30PM, March 5 
> 
> POLYMER WORKSHOP: BUSINESS CARDS: Tuesdays, 6:30-9PM March 12-April 2 
> 
> BOOKBINDING BASICS: Sat & Sun, 10AM-4PM, March 29 & 30 
> 
> APRIL 
> 
> MINIATURE BOOK EDITION: Weekend F/S/S: April 4, 5, 6 
> 
> New Sessions are periodically added, so please check our website for 
> updates! 
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> For more info, contact: 
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> 32 Union Square East, #310, NYC 
> Ph: 917-412-4134 
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> www.IntimaPress.com (artist?s books, letterpress design, invitations, 
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> Date: Fri, 11 Jan 2008 23:58:20 -0500 
> From: jgodsey 
> Subject: topic book ribbon experiment 
> 
> i came across a small quantity of mint-in-box vintage 1960's rayon shoe 
> laces (mostly brown and dark olive, 24" & 27") 
> ...now bear with me... 
> they are silky rayon and are crap for shoe laces as they don't stay tied. 
> but might make suitable book ribbons 
> as they aren't thin like ribbon I think if pressed they will work for 
> larger books such as journals or bibles. 
> 
> i am willing to donate 20 pairs for folks to play with and see if they 
> are good for anything. 
> so the 1st twenty requests will get 1 set of shoe laces in an #10 envelope. 
> 
> 
> joyce 
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