One of my students have recently shared with me a photo of her instruments lined up alongside each other. Of course that’s not a full kit she uses — there is some heavier machinery. I know that for sure. Anyway, it gives some understanding of her bookbinding habits and preferences.
I’m not sure I’m ready to give you a photo of my own instruments right away — I have that sort of a chaotic work environment that I would rather keep to myself and wouldn’t post anywhere. However, this weekend I do not teach any classes and I’ll try to clean the mess and make some photos.
What I really hope for is you sharing photos of your own favorite bookbinding instruments and workplaces with the community.
I suppose that to be a great topic to discuss on Friday =)
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