Hi guys! So I’m currently in the proccess of moving, and so wont be binding for at least a few more days, but in the meantime here are some resources and tutorials for fellow binders who are in a bind! (Ba-dum-tss!)
BOOKBINDING/BOOK ARTS RESOURCES:
SeaLemon on Youtube has a lot of different binding tutorials, and covers different stitches and different types of books.
Coptic Stitch Tutorial
Case Binding Tutorial (Click on the links)
Simple Hardcover Book
Tunnel Book is fun, artsy and poses a lot of interesting possibilities for binders who have a theme in mind.
Pamphlet Stitch is a common stitch used by binders. Check it out!
Star Book is another artsy book, similar to the tunnel book. When opened fully, it looks like an exploding star.
Information and Tutorial on covering boards with Vellum
Three Basic Book Repair Procedures
An Alternative To Rebinding: Spiral Bindings in a Hardcover
Japanese Tissue Paper:
The Book Arts List
I hope that helps you guys! Good luck, and happy binding!