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Bookbinding Workshop in Belfast - 27 April 2024

Bookbinding Workshop in Belfast - 27 April 2024

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Join Anita, the owner of PAPERCROWN NI for some 'mindful making' where she will teach you how to make your very own hardback notebook, covered in stunning bookcloth, complete with a grosgrain ribbon page marker.

Anita will talk you through the entire bookbinding process, from binding your pages using waxed linen thread, attaching the bookcloth to the greyboard and all the necessary steps in between, to produce a beautiful handmade self-care treat or gift.

This hands-on workshop is perfect for beginners or for those wishing to refresh their bookbinding skills. It's also an amazing opportunity to take some time out from our busy lives and engage with others in a relaxing and creative environment.

This particular workshop is taking place in the stunning Room2 Hometel, Belfast in their 'kitchen workshop'! We've included images of this stunning space and can't wait to host our bookbinding workshop in this beautiful room.

WHERE: ROOM2 HOMETEL, 32-36 QUEEN STREET, BELFAST CITY CENTRE

WHEN: SATURDAY, 27 APRIL 2024 11.00-14.00

ALL MATERIALS & TOOLS WILL BE PROVIDED. YOU'LL BE GIVEN A CHOICE OF 4 DIFFERENT BOOKCLOTH DESIGNS TO CHOOSE FROM. 10 SPACES AVAILABLE.

Please note that bookings are non-refundable and non-transferable. 

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