Because each of my videos is an individual tutorial of a particular section of bookbinding, some of you might have wondered how they actually line up in order of the process. So, I made the first part of this video to be a brief summary of the videos I've so far created , and gathered them in order. Each short clip is extracted from the name of the video mentioned on top of the each screen. You can find those videos on my channel.
The latter part of this video shows a sewn book's last preparation for case making. A simple task, but it must be done. As for the medieval binding information at the end, I hope you don't put too much thought into it. I just added the rough information there strictly because I showed how to sew Sewn-on cord (medieval sewing) on one of my videos, and I thought the viewers would wonder how it's bound to be a book. It has nothing to do with the next video I'm to make, "basic case making".
The bottom line is, I'm making videos that I’ve named "Bookbinding 101" at this moment, and I don't know how far I can or will go as far as the advancement is concerned. There is only so much I can do in a brief video clip tutorial on YouTube. But let's wait and see what happens.
NOTE: You do need a backing hammer to back sewn-on cord spine.
I hope this video is useful for some people... Ah,, for some unknown reason, YouTube gave me a nasty trouble with uploading this clip. (!!?) - every time it got to the 95% complete at processing stage after it successfully uploaded the video, it just got stuck there for hours!? and I had to re-upload this again and again.... Boy, I tell you..... it drained the sane sense out of me!
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