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Re: [BKARTS] Headbands as part of sewing of the book



Would it not be possible and desirable to make your
own custom headbands on a table-top Inca Loom?  They
are easy enough to use and take very little space.

This way you'd control your material choices and could
reproduce patterns no longer available.  

Eli



--- M Mordkovych <mmordk@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>
http://cool-palimpsest.stanford.edu/don/dt/dt1721.html
> 
> >>The original headbands were intrinsically a part
> of the sewing of the book, and were used in lieu of
> kettle stitches in linking the sections together.
> They were a part of the construction of the book,
> which possibly explains why they were (and are) at
> both the head and tail, rather than just at the
> head. <<
> 
> Does anybody has instructions how to work such a
> headband?
> 
> 
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