This is a fairly advanced binding. The edge-wrapping is much more complicated than my other binds, and the directionality of several holes change (exiting vs. entering) but I liked the way it turned out. There are 53 holes! The instructions are written, if anyone wants to try it. Though the diagram might take me a bit longer to create…
“fairly advanced” — you are a funny lady! To me, this looks impossible at best . . . I love seeing your stab binds, thank you so much for sharing them.
;) I promise, after you have created a dozen or so binds, you start to get the hang of the method! Have you tried any of my tutorials?
Hi Becca, i love your tutorials, i have been trying some and have a question. For a book project we are trying to create stab binding with letters, like the example you have that says ¨write¨, something like that, is it to difficult with letters?
Thanks, Maggy! It depends on the letters you want to use. Some are easier than others in the world of stab binding. Let me know what letter(s) you want to use in your bind, and I’ll help you figure it out. Shoot me an email at bhirsbrunner (at) gmail (dot) com.
If you have the instructions written, I’d definitely love the tutorial/diagram! That’s just gorgeous!