Below is a rather short video. However, I’m always happy to see other bookbinder’s workshop and work processes. There always may be some small things you can learn.
In the basement of the Congregation Sons of Moses synagogue on the Lower East Side, hulking iron machines rattle and clank amid rolls of colored paper and strips of dark leather.
Read the full article at the New York Times web site: https://nyti.ms/2moEl77
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