How to bind a book with string

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This Instructable will show you how to create your own hand-sewn, hard-back book without the need to buy expensive and specific book binding materials or tools. There are so many instructions out there for binding a book, so why the need for another? This Instructable achieves the middle ground. Like most people, I want the nice finished book with the least amount of work possible. Based on my experience, I have found what I feel to be the easiest way to bind a book while still maintaining a high-quality product. By the end, you will have something that feels, looks, and lasts like a nice hand-bound book.
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Binding a Book With Common Materials

Show less Do you want to start a scrapbook , nature journal , or diary? You can, of course, buy a suitable book at the store, but if you really want to make it your own perhaps it's time to rediscover the not-quite-lost art of bookbinding. Bookbinding styles range from simple to more complicated, and you can tape your book, bind it with a ribbon, or even sew it in place. To bind a book, start by folding your pages in half and stapling them together at the folded crease.

In a previous post on making collages with kids , I mentioned my visits to P. A few weeks ago, I made my last visit to two 1st grade classes, and we completed our book projects by binding them together. The binding method I did with the children is a very simplified version, using just paper and yarn. To bind papers together to make a book, you need:. Punch holes in paper along left margin.

Step 1: Obtain Required Tools, Materials, and Skills

Handmade books and journals are a great recycled craft that uses up leftover paper and artwork. First off I have to say that I love making books! Bookbinding does not have to be complicated! The methods in this post are easy enough for kids to use too! You can use it for all sorts of things: homework reminders, a diary, to-do lists, stories, etc.

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  1. Binding a Book With Common Materials: This Instructable will show you how to create String. Normal crochet cotton string works, but I've found waxed nylon.

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