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Basic Bookbinding: Pamphlet Stitch Tutorial by ThePressGang-ink Basic Bookbinding: Pamphlet Stitch Tutorial by ThePressGang-ink
Here it is at last. The first of the basic bookbinding tutorials.

This is the easiest. Very very easy.

The paper grain info mentioned in step 1. can be found here:

part 1: [link]
part 2: [link]
there is a part 3 as well but it isn't really relevant.

Hope this is useful to someone out there. If there is anything that doesn't make sense or you have any questions feel free to ask :)
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paul-bookbinder Featured By Owner 18 hours ago  New member
A good source for anybody looking for more bookbinding tutorials: iBookBinding - www.ibookbinding.com

Site also has other book arts related information and tutorials (marbling, paper-making, conservation etc).

Thanks,
Paul
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Wheetot Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2012
You should try using bee wax for the threads, it makes them a lot stronger for the book binding '0'
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ThePressGang-ink Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
That is true but for something like this it isn't that important.
When your doing multiple section bindings and coptic books where the thread needs extra strength, wax (or waxed thread) is needed.
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Anomalies13 Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2012  Professional
Oh, that's called a B-stitch, lol.
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ThePressGang-ink Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
lol hadn't looked at it like that :)
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Anomalies13 Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2012  Professional
Lol I learned some book-binding techniques in a course I took in college. It's called a B-stitch for obvious reasons, rofl. And yeah, the B-stitch is probably the easiest stitch to make. :D
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ThePressGang-ink Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Cool.
I guess I should have realised it would be called things in different countries (at least I'm assuming your not from the UK).
I have always been taught it as a pamphlet stitch :D
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Anomalies13 Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2012  Professional
Lol, yeah, I'm in the US. :XD: Pamphlet stitch sounds cooler. :B
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ThePressGang-ink Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Weirdly B-stitch sounds cooler to me :)
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Anomalies13 Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2012  Professional
Lol, the grass is always greener on the other side. :XD:
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