This is a fun exercise. For one thing, I don't really know what I want, so I'm simply allowing. I have the second signature made, however it's not sewn together. I'm beginning to realize I am putting waaaay to much on each page. I am backing off that approach on the last half of the second signature.
Had another interesting learning experience. I used some very vintage paper. When I sewed the signature together, the perforations from the needle acted like a knife. When I was finished, two pieces of paper simply fell out. The age of the paper couldn't stand it. Since they were pages I could write on, I folded them up and tucked them into a pocket.
It is important that students bring a certain ragamuffin, barefoot irreverence to their studies; they are not here to worship what is known, but to question it. ~Jacob Bronowski
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