Criss cross binding
Contemporary method of bookbinding that stands out for its way of binding the covers with the spine through non-adhesive binding that is the basis for booklet binding. It is distinguished for its resistance and allowing the book to be opened totally flat.
This form of bookbinding is distinguished for covering the different materials that combine the spine (tradition dictates leather but nowadays it is common to use cloth) and the covers (paper or cloth).
It consists of three types: quarter binding (only the spine), quarter binding with stitching (the spine and the corners of the covers) y quarter binding with lining (the spine and a continuous lining that covers both ends.)
Type of bookbinding that can be done with conventional as well as threaded sewing. It allows a very good opening of the books and an attractive visual that integrates the spine and the covers.
Type of artisanal bookbinding in which the covers and the pages are sewn. There are numerous sewings that reproduce different drawings: yotsume toji, the simplest; hemp sheet, kangxi… in addition to the classic account book.
Type of bookbinding of open spine originating of the Coptic people, ancient inhabitants of Egypt, distinguished for its chain stitch.
Open spine Long Stitch
Among the different types of open spine, long stitch stands out for using booklet sewing to the cover with infinite possibilities with respect to size of the sewing, the colours of the thread…
When you are looking for a dynamic solution that allows changing the content of the book, dossier, portfolio… screw posts are an accessible and aesthetic answer. They can be gilded or silver.