Workshop in Japanese Bookbinding - SOLD OUT

@ Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, Hexham

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26 November 2016



Learn to use traditional Japanese sewing techniques. The simplest and most elegant stitch is the four-hole YotsumeToji. Make three books with other methods of sewing and a wrap-around case Chitsu.  Materials and equipment will be provided.

Mayumi’s work innovates the traditional Japanese art of bookbinding and papercut. She says: “Traditionally, paper has been used for various life ceremonies in Japanese culture, often used as a sacred tool for religious occasions. For me, working with paper is a way to inherit this idea and I have developed my approach to weave stories of the world by reflecting my inner one.”

Queen's Hall
Beaumont Street
NE46 3LS

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