[Noisebridge-discuss] Binding Notebooks on the Industrial Sowing Machine?

Alcides Gutierrez alcides888 at gmail.com
Sat Dec 29 19:50:45 UTC 2012

I made a book once back in 2002 with an art mentor. Dint use a machine.
Just sewn by hand. Wasnt too tougb but it took about an hour or two
leisurely cutting and pasting the cover and sewing. I havent thought about
the process I used but Im sure I could recreate it. And would like to make
a notebook anyway with whoevers joining you.

Alcides Gutierrez
On Dec 29, 2012 11:32 AM, "Mario Landau Holdsworth" <mariolh at gmail.com>

> Hi All,
> I'd really like to learn how to use the industrial sowing machine. Is
> there anyone who knows how to use it who's going to be at Noisebridge in
> the next couple of days. Also, do I need to buy my own needle?
> If you don't mind showing some tips, I'll be very grateful and hopefully
> show you how to make your own moleskine notebooks.
> Here's my project idea:  I recently bought the cheapest variety of
> Moleskine notebook and noticed that it is bound with a single stitch down
> the middle. I'd like to make my own  notebooks using some recycled paper
> and cardstock covers. Anyone else want to join?
> Thanks!
> Mario
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