Monthly Archives: November 2015

Collage workshop

Yesterday was a busy day, with a full group for our collage and Japanese bookbinding workshop in the morning, some wonderful passing by visitors in the afternoon and our brilliant young regular bookmakers after school. Emily and I managed to … Continue reading

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Rubber stamp workshop

Brilliant Rubber stamps carved by two loyal visitors to the press.

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Brian of Whitton

Joss told us that the handsome cat we had spotted on Whitton Station when we first came to Whitton was mostly called Brian (sometimes Thomas) and that he’s very popular.  All the library visitors knew him, and we made some … Continue reading

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Whitton update

We had a productive day in the library on Friday, we did some coptic binding in the morning, and Emily and I made small editions of a Whitton colouring book (book of the day!) and Whitton linocuts, which was an … Continue reading

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Linocuts

Yesterday visitors to Whitton Small Press made some beautiful linocuts based on an old map of Whitton.  For most participants, many of whom are local artists, this was their first experiments with the medium, which makes the results of the … Continue reading

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Day 2 Whitton Small Press

Today Lizzy shared her Coptic stitch skills and we made some bound books with patterned and blank pages to fill. It was great to welcome our first participants from Whitton in our morning sessions which will be taking place every … Continue reading

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The first day of our residency

Emily and I have tidied the cupboard at the back of the library and installed ourselves into it, we come out on Wednesdays and Fridays for the whole of November and recieve visitors, to make badges, books and yesterday we … Continue reading

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