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bookmaking test #2

I am getting closer to realizing the final goal of a book with 11x17 pages. Today I made another test book, this one is quite a bit more involved than the last one! The last book I made had the pages bound with thread then glued to the spine of the cover, this one has the pages bound together and then the whole block of pages was bound to cloth and then the cloth was glued to the cover. Hopefully this allows the pages to turn more freely.. (as well as looking a bit better).

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