Bookbinding Courses and Competition on Skillshare

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Valentine’s Day is over, and you might be wondering why I have not drawn a prize winner of my announced competition yet.

Just to remind you: Two weeks ago I published my new Skillshare class “Coptic Bindings. A Beginner’s Course”. You can watch the teaser below. And I also announced a competition: For every project posted in the project section, you get one entry in my drawing. (For details on the prize drawing, go to the last blogpost or to my skillshare class.)

I am pleased to announce now that the deadline for entries was extended. Instead of closing the entries on the 14th of Febuary as announced, you now have two more weeks, and I’ll pull a winner on the 28th.

Skillshare is a paid-for platform of learning. You can access all kinds of high-quality content there.

If you sign up to a year’s membershop on skillshare through my class referal link: you’ll get the first two month’s off, and I’ll earn a referal fee. Signing up to skillshare gives you access to all my classes and to tens of thousands of more classes on all kinds of subjects, whether you want to get crafting, want to take a life-coaching class, or learn a language.

In addition, here’s a link through which you can sign up for my class only for free. (It will only work for three people, so hurry up):

In the meantime, I started to work on a follow up class already, introducing different stitching variations of 2-needle Coptic bindings. – I hope to see you in this course or the next!

some examples of Asian style bindings

On March 16th, I will be teaching a bookbinding workshop at the writer’s studio in Nottingham. Here’s a link where you can also sign up:

Obviously, it is targeted at writers, and as such I will be talking a bit about how to print content to put it into such books, and what kind of content I think would be suitable for this structure. But other than that – it’s just a bookbinding course, and everyone is very welcome