I had fun with this book - my fifth for the year. It is a very simple concertina book where I have sewn into the valleys on both sides. What makes it special for me is that I am using the letraset which my father had used when he practised architecture. Long before the time of computers. Many pages in the bundle I have are stuck together, many of the letters have been used and only their rubout marks are left on the papers - all this making it 'hard to read'.
Here you can see more easily how I have sewn into the valleys. I particularly like the few pages I found with the large block script though not much of it was in the bundle. It adds weight to the design of the book I think.
Where I joined papers to give myself a longer concertina, I have used some of the letraset as a spine.
Sometimes I think the simplest books can be the most interesting. I am not making a cover for this though I will make a perspex slip case for it at some stage.