Memory Album or Journal with Japanese Stab Binding
Instructor: Peggy West
The foundational Japanese version of stab binding is called Yotsume Toji, which roughly translates to “four holes.” It is a simple, yet elegant, way to bind together flat pages and covers with exposed decorative stitching. In this workshop, participants will fold, assemble, and stab bind a soft-cover memory album or journal from high quality stock and decorative papers. Methods for mounting photos and ephemera into the journal will also be explored. No prior experience necessary.
Tuesday evening 6:00 pm- 8:00 pm
October 26, 2021
Materials: All materials provided
We are committed to the health and safety of students, instructors and patrons, Our organization will be following recommended guidelines from the Illinois Department of Public Health: Anyone exhibiting symptoms will not be permitted in the building. Masks are recommended for everyone when social distancing is not possible. Each classroom will contain hand sanitizer and sanitizing stations.
All classes are subject to cancellation due to low enrollment. Students will be notified of class cancellation by 2 pm the day before class. Students can either retain a credit toward a future class or receive a full refund in 3-5 business days.
Are you a member of the Peoria Art Guild? If so you can get a $5 discount (only for current members!)