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Hardcover Journal | Japanese Stab Binding

Presented by Platetone Printmaking, Paper and Book Arts at Platetone Printmaking, Paper and Book Arts, Nashville TN

Dec 03 2016
Hardcover Journal | Japanese Stab Binding

Create your own hardcover journal or sketchbook at this book-making workshop!

These lovely durable journals or sketchbooks lay almost flat and would be a perfect gift. I’ve taken mine on trips around the world and my mother and sister who both journal daily couldn’t get enough of them!

In this workshop you will learn the Japanese Stab Binding technique to create a unique journal with a hardcover decorated with fabric or wallpaper. This is an intermediate level workshop as some experience with paper crafting, bookmaking, or sewing is advised. All matterials inclued. However, if you have bookmaking tools feel free to bring them for your personal use. This class is inteded for adults, and young people 12-17 are welcome to come with an adult present.

Registration ends: November 26th – You must purchase tickets in advance to attend this workshop.

Instructor Bio:
Megan Little is a Platetone printmaker and bookmaker. Her work is a joyful and reflective exploration of the world around her. Megan has her BA in visual art from Houghton College in NY state and has called three countries home. You can find her on the web at or posting pictures of art (and cats) on her instagram: meganlittleArt

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Tickets for this affordable saturday afternoon workshop are only $35, all matterials included. Class size is limited so register now! Tickets on sale until Nov. 26th.

Platetone and MAKE Nashville members get a discounted ticket for $30.


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Platetone Printmaking, Paper and Book Arts

947 Woodland Street, Nashville, TN 37206
(Neighborhood: East Nashville)


Platetone is located at 947 Woodland St. in a building shared with two other non-profits: Turnip Green Creative Reuse and Make Nashville. When you arrive after business hours, you can park across the street at the Park Center.  ​Enter through the door in the blue and white and red area and proceed to the back of the building via the kitchen. If you are coming for a private appointment, please call your contact.


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