6 hour workshop
If you are looking for an interesting and decorative method of binding, then a Japanese style book is for you! This binding uses a stack of single sheets as a starting point, instead of the folding and stitching method found in the traditional book.
In this class you will use a range of different bookbinding materials to make two A5 Japanese bindings. This binding style lends itself to decoration, which we will do with pretty papers and interesting stitch patterns! This is a versatile binding method which can be modified to make notebooks, scrap books, and photo albums. You need no prior bookbinding experience for this course.
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We ensure quality. If your class doesn't reach your expectations, we'll give your money back.
This is a Flexitime class, which means the teacher can run this class around your schedule.
Time & Location
Select a date and location you want and your teacher will get back to you to confirm their availability.
About your host, Paperwilds
Paperwilds is run by bookbinder, paper artist and photographer Freya Scott. Freya has been a bookbinder for 9 years and has worked for various binderies and institutions across the south of England. She has been teaching for the last four years in various places in London and across the country. Her longest role was as principle instructor at Bound by Veterans, a charity that uses bookbinding and related crafts as part of a rehabilitation therapy for sick and injured veterans.
In London she works in a studio that she shares with one other bookbinder and Ludo, who is her dog-shaped chief supervisor/cuddle supplier.
All materials are provided. You will need to bring a packed lunch or a snack as the local cafe only opens on weekdays! Please also be aware that the studio is also home to bindery dog Ludo, who is incredibly soppy and has a penchant for peanut butter.
Flexible cancellation policy
Any class can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.