So cool, isn't it? This is an A5 blank coptic stitch journal, my first attempt on bookbinding, and I'm pretty happy about it! ^_^
"Coptic binding or Coptic sewing refers to methods of bookbinding developed by early Christians in Egypt, the Copts, and used from as early as the 2nd century AD to the 11th century. The term is also used to describe modern bindings sewn in the same style.
Coptic bindings, the first true codices, are characterized by one or more sections of parchment, papyrus, or paper sewn through their folds, and (if more than one section) attached to each other with chain stitch linkings across the spine, rather than to the thongs or cords running across the spine that characterise European bindings from the 8th century onwards. In practice, the phrase "Coptic binding" usually refers to multi-section bindings, while single-section Coptic codices are often referred to as "Nag Hammadi bindings," after the 13 codices found in 1945 which exemplify the form." - From Wikipedia
Legal, né? É um caderno em branco, A5, com costura copta e folhas recicladas. Essa foi minha primeira tentativa no mundo das encadernações, e fiquei bem feliz com o resultado. Já fiz outro, com a capa roxa, logo logo posto por aqui! Apredi com a Andrea, da Fragmentos Online, super atenciosa e caprichosa! Para quem quiser aprender, super recomendo!