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01-Wooden Handle Awl
01-Wooden Handle Awl
Our Price: $4.95

Our Wooden Handle Awl has blade 2 1/16 inch long bladed tapered to a very fine point. Designed with a solid wooden handle, a perfect size for delicate work and accuracy in sewing signatures. A valuable tool for any bookbinder.

04-Medium Bone Folder
04-Medium Bone Folder
Our Price: $8.95

A somewhat smaller sized Bone Folder measuring 6" x 7/8" in size. A smooth-edged tools for making precise creases in paper, embossing, and burnishing. Fits easily in your hand. A great tool for book makers when folding signatures and applying papers and bookcloth to boards.

We are temporarily out of this bone folder.
04-Small Lineco Bone Folder
04-Small Lineco Bone Folder
Our Price: $10.95

This Lineco Bone Folder measures 6" x 7/8" in size. A smooth-edged tools for making precise creases in paper, embossing, and burnishing. Fits easily in your hand. A great tool for book makers when folding signatures and applying papers and bookcloth to boards.

05-Large Bone Folder
05-Large Bone Folder
Our Price: $9.50

Our Largest Bone Folder is 8" x 1" in size. A smooth-edged tools for making precise creases in paper, embossing, and burnishing — invaluable for fibrous and heavy decorative papers. A great tool for book makers when folding signatures and applying papers and bookcloth to boards.
06-Mull
06-Mull
Our Price: $0.75

Sometimes called Tarlatan, Crash or Super, sized cotton cheesecloth used for lining spines and connecting cover boards.Use this open-weave, stiff cotton cloth for adhering signatures. It has excellent adhesive penetration, perfect for bookbinding. Standard weave 22 threads per inch. Mull 4" wide x 30"
07-Needle
07-Needle
Our Price: $0.65

Our Steel needles are imported from England. Used for sewing signatures in bookbinding.

#1 Bookbinders 2-3/8" -blunt tip (19 gauge diameter- .042" )

08-Curved Needle
08-Curved Needle
Our Price: $2.45

This curved 2 1/2" (#6) needle is made in England, and is of the same quality as our standard sewing needles. Commonly used in coptic stitch and other book structures. (The size of the needle indicates diameter of the curve of the needle).