Tuesday, July 21, 2015
Today's book is an example of a single-needle chain stitch binidng, often referred to as a Coptic stitch. I included the multi-needle version of this ages ago (Book #3). The main difference in the appearance, is that the single-needle version requires a kettle stitch at the head and tail, whereas the multi-needle version does not. This little book has my suminagashi paper on the covers. I am not particularly happy with the cover attachment on this book -- I need to work on that.