Binding and repairing books by hand by David Muir

By David Muir

Пособие по переплету и восстановлению переплетов книг. Приводятся техника переплета, рассказывается об используемом инструменте.

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By David Muir

Пособие по переплету и восстановлению переплетов книг. Приводятся техника переплета, рассказывается об используемом инструменте.

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33). Figure 33 - Firming end of cloth case This should leave you with a completed reback which will need an hour or two to dry — double this time if you have used paste. If you have several cloth rebacks to do, it is wise to prepare them all first, so as to give each one time to dry. Then, having finished the last one, you may return to the first which should now be ready to have the old sides put down. First trim away the rough edge of the old cloth so that you have a nice straight edge; this will be done by using a very sharp knife, a metal rule and a piece of thin board to cut on.

These tapes are the places to attach your strings to and we will assume that there are three. When you attach a piece of sewing cord you will need a key to lock it under the press. The cord should not be cut from its reel until it is secured as it is difficult to judge just how much is needed. So, having attached the cord to the tape, take a key and start to wind the cord round it (fig. 41). Figure 41 - Attaching sewing cords to key The key is placed partly underneath the bottom of the press to enable all the cords to be kept at about the same tautness.

This is nowhere near as good as the professional sewing press, but it is a good deal better than none at all. You may wish to sew on tapes, but I would advise against this for 90% of all sewing. It is a difficult process to perfect and I am convinced that for most purposes the method I have described is best. We do, however, return again to the problem of the much older book which is sewn on to cords that stick out on the spine. When you have sewn a book that has been sawn it will be noticeable that the sewing cords slip snugly into the cuts leaving a smooth spine.

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