Instructor: Rose Newlove
Duration: 6 days, Monday-Saturday, June 17-22
Hours: 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Course fee: $690 members/ $750 non-members
Materials fee: $50 payable to the instructor
Prerequisite: BB2 or permission of instructor
This course introduces the advanced techniques used for traditional leather covered, fine binding structures. Participants will make two models, both with sewn headbands, attached boards, and covered in half leather. The first model will be sewn on recessed cords with a hollow tube construction; the second model will be sewn on raised cords with a tight back construction. (This course is complimented by the Leather Workshop, Sunday, June 16, 2019WKSP-18).
Rose Newlove is a graduate of the Fleming College conservation program and works as a book and paper conservator in Toronto. She has studied bookbinding at CBBAG with Don Taylor and Betsy Palmer Eldridge and at the American Academy of Bookbinding with Don Etherington.