Japanese Stab Binding

Here are a few books sew with the Japanese stab binding technique, taught to me by my friend T (Unworn World Studio).

little trees.  Simple Japanese stab binding.

little trees. Simple Japanese stab binding. Fall 2008

beet.  The dark blue beet is a stencil cut from thin paper and silkscreened onto the front and back of this book.

beet. The dark blue beet is a stencil cut from thin paper and silkscreened onto the front and back of this book. Winter 2009.

Thinning brassicas.  This image came out of a lot of sketching I've been doing for my printmaking class.  I've been thinking about hands, work, and the many tasks hands perform.  Modified simple Japanese stab binding.  Winter 2009.

Thinning brassicas. This image came out of a lot of sketching I've been doing for my printmaking class. I've been thinking about hands, work, and the many tasks hands perform. Modified simple Japanese stab binding. Winter 2009.

modified simple stab binding detail.

kangxi corner detail.

photo credit: Teresa Silva (http://mongoosenamedt.blogspot.com/)

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