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Wyvern Bindery shop window, featuring decorative hangings of colourful leather circles punched out from scrap leather.
Two circles punched out from a red strip of leather with gold debossing.
Create hanging decorations with leather off-cuts or paper
Create hanging decorations with leather off-cuts or paper

Create hanging decorations with leather off-cuts or paper

Instructor
Kate Rochester
Regular price
Free
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In this free step-by-step photographic course filmed at Wyvern Bindery, Kate Rochester shows you how to create bespoke window decorations using leather off-cuts or paper.

Kate uses special bookbinding tools and leather, but you can use decorative paper - even old books! - and scissors or cut-out tools. 

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Kate Rochester

Kate Rochester

Kate spent her childhood in Devon before moving to London to study art history. After completing her BA she studied book-binding at London College Of Printing. In 2004 she set up Hanbury Press, a small independent press named after a studio on Hanbury Street in London's East End where the press started. She works in a London bindery and teaches bookbinding workshops across London.