Bookbinder of the Month: Lori Sauer

March 17, 2013 by Erin Fletcher


This book was bound in 2009 by Lori Sauer as a modified sewn-board binding with a wooden spine.
The boards are covered in natural vellum and the spine is attached with threads and vellum strips that are laced into the boards.
I find the unusual pattern of the vellum to be quite alluring; it adds a great amount of depth and texture. 
The doublures are Japanese paper with suede flyleaves.
The doublures are embroidered with silk in a crosshatch motif, inspired by the method used in the illustrations.

Het interview met Lori Sauer is te vinden op: www.herringbonebindery.com/blog/interviews/march

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