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I recently started learning about the art & craft of bookbinding and quickly realized that although the tools for the process last a long time, the co...
For this project you will need: - one embroidery needle (I used one that was 1 3/4 inch in length) - a paint brush with a long wooden handle (I neede...
The length of the handle is really up to you. I watched where I was naturally holding the brush while gluing some paper and marked the handle a bit f...
Now use the eye of the needle to measure and mark the hole through which you will run the thread. Keep in mind that the thread will hold the needle i...
Yes, this part is quite tricky so take your time and patience! Now that you have the needle in, slowly run the thread from one side of the hole on th...
Once the glue is dry, your awl is ready for action! Try it out by perforating some sheets of paper and continue working on your bookbinding projects....
Ok, so redskyie suggested something really cool... and something that gave me a "duh!" moment. With the same idea yet with a different tool here is ho...
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