Course Summary

Join the captivating world of traditional binding stitch techniques and patterns, while crafting your very own collection of beautiful books that are perfect for journaling, note-taking, or using as sketchbooks. These handcrafted books also make exquisite gifts for your loved ones.

Throughout the class, you’ll explore a range of techniques, including the simple Japanese stitch, Japanese stab binding, Hemp stitch, and tortoise shell binding. Each technique builds upon the last, allowing you to expand your skills and create unique, one-of-a-kind books that are both functional and visually stunning.
Don’t worry if you’re new to bookbinding! This workshop is designed for beginners, and no prior experience is necessary. We provide all the necessary materials and notes, ensuring that you have everything you need to bring your artistic vision to life.
Immerse yourself in a fun and enjoyable workshop, where you’ll discover the joy of creating your own handmade Japanese books that are not only practical but also serve as beautiful keepsakes. Unleash your creativity, connect with fellow participants, and leave with a set of exquisite softcover books that can be used for various purposes or gifted to your family and friends, spreading the joy of your artistic craftsmanship.

Course Sessions

Sunday, 22nd September - 1 class


Session ID HXBA4501C
22 Sep - 22 Sep 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Location CBD
Session Fees
$189 / $180 (conc)
Teacher
Michelle Lackenby

Sunday, 1st December - 1 class


Session ID HXBA4502C
1 Dec - 1 Dec 1:00pm - 4:00pm
Location CBD
Session Fees
$189 / $180 (conc)
Teacher
Michelle Lackenby

Michelle is qualified and lectures in the areas of Advertising, Graphic Design, Art and Photography. She loves pushing the boundaries of art and design within the realm of paper and bookbinding. Michelle has over 20 years industry experience in creative fields which lead to the opening of her own business specialising in artist services, events, installations, design and workshops. As the creative Director of Paperazzi Design studio, Mitch oversees the branding, photo shoots, art/design direction for the business. Mitch is also the resident Paper Artist for Paperazzi Design Studio as well as teaching at various tertiary institutions in Melbourne.

Last updated: June 25, 2024 05:09pm