japanese stab binding #41: ‘albuquerque’ March 16, 2014 by Becca 10 “Albuquerque”…28 holes, beginning bind. Super easy, actually. Share this:PrintPinterestEmailTumblrLike this:Like Loading...
That looks great. You’ve inspired me to make another journal and use this binding technique. Thanks.
Hello! congratulations from Brazil. I really wanna know where did you learn this stab binding “Albuquerque”? I like it very much and I want to bind like this. Thanks!
Thanks! I make up all of the stab binding patterns on this site myself. When I have time I write down the steps and publish them in my ‘tutorials and how-tos’ category.
Find more here: https://beccamakingfaces.com/category/tutorials-and-how-tos/
Thank you very much! ;)
Your stab binding patterns and tutorials are great.
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Hello! I just discovered your website and am super inspired by these Japanese book binding techniques. Do you have, or could you make a tutorial for how to this pattern? I live in Albuquerque so this one would be really fun to try. I might have to work my way up to it as I’m a beginner though. Also I am wondering if there is any website or book you’d recommend for beginners just starting out? Like that tells you what materials to buy, etc. Thank you so much!
Hello! Do you have or could you share a tutorial for how to do this pattern? I live in Albuquerque and it would be fun to try it. I am a total beginner so if you have any links or suggestions for books or websites to help beginners get started that would be awesome too. Thank you so much for this website!
Thanks! I have a tutorial for Albuquerque started, but it isn’t finished. To get a better understanding of this style, check out my page called ‘theory of Japanese binding’:https://beccamakingfaces.com/theory-of-japanese-stab-binding/. And try a few of my simpler tutorials…you should start to get the idea of how it works. I also have a page called resources: https://beccamakingfaces.com/resources-supplies-books-and-software/ that lists some books I have used in the past.
I don’t have a particular list of beginning supplies…yet. It’s on the list to do one day (but I’m in the middle of another MA degree and I don’t have time at the moment!). Let me know if you have any other questions!
Hi I was wondering if you could post more step by step instructions on Japanese Stab Binding I want to do more by can’t figure it out from the end picture alone. Thank you