Coptic binding dates back to the 4th century where the technique of interlacing threads in carpet making was adapted. A herring bone chain stitch was used to bind sections of papyrus, and later parchment, together between wooden covers. The result is a book that is flexible without sacrificing strength. Because of its unique structure, the pages of a coptic bound book will lay completely flat which makes it perfect for displaying images, writing or sketching.
In this four-part class you will create two books; one with customized covers using decorative paper, and one with the traditional wooden covers. Both of your creations will be bound using the two needle coptic stitch.
Supply kit fee: $25
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Registration Deadline: February 22nd, 2018
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Payment can be made over the phone, though PayPal, or in person at C2 Centre for Craft, Wednesday to Saturday, 12 – 4 pm.