The nineteenth century Springback Binding with its enthusiastic opening is ideal for journals, guest books, sketch books, or any application where it is desirable that the book open flat, and then some. The book both opens and closes with satisfying jolt.
The Springback Binding is also a perfect way to delve more deeply into traditional binding. The book features two-part “split boards,” reinforced “made” endsheets, and a “spring” made of layers of card and paper.
With its robust aesthetic, the Springback Binding is a great way to begin working with leather. The paring requires minimal finesse, and the modest leather headcap is easy to form.
This is a fast-paced workshop for students who already have some experience with traditional binding.
Workshop fee: $250.00 for California Chapter members and $275.00 for non-members + $60.00 material fee. Fees refunded in full if cancelled before February 20, 2015.
Space is limited to 12 so register early. Deadline for registration is February 20, 2015.
Location: BookArtsLA, 11720 Washington Place, Mar Vista, CA 90066
To Register for GBW Southern California workshops:
Make checks payable to Guild of Book Workers. Mail your payment and contact info to Barbara Wood, 3530 Mountain View, Los Angeles, CA 90066. Include your name, address, phone number and email address.
For questions contact Rebecca Chamlee at firstname.lastname@example.org