Student Work

Last night marked the first class of this session for my fabulous Wednesday evening crew. I was reminded to put some images of their work up for the world to see. I am so proud of my students and their work, and I have to say, I have done a fair amount of bragging. I’ve got a great group, and they work very hard. Though honestly, I’m not sure I leave a lot of room for error. It is like a can of sardines in here sometimes, and it is never ever silent, but it is joyful. New class goal: less talk, less play, more books!

Check these out:

Judith Ziegler

Judith just placed the title pieces on last night.

Her favorite part of the pair.

And yes, they really are stunning!

Ron O'Connor

Ron's first piece in leather; a Quarter binding in chagrin goat with corners.

Ron's first full leather binding (an 18th century in caramel tan calfskin)

Bridget Woollard

Though Bridget was a member of my Tuesday class, she frequently sat in on Wednesdays. She is a pleasure and I was happy to have her whenever I got the chance. Unfortunately, she has moved abroad, but I am hopeful that she will return to Cambridge someday soon.

Bridget loves sewing headbands, and she's good at it!

More to come soon! But in the meantime, if you are interested in trying your hand at binding, please do not hesitate to contact me.

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