2020WKSP-22 Introduction to Islamic Endbands (Online Course)

  • 24 Oct 2020
  • 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM
  • Online
  • 1


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Introduction to Islamic Endbands


Instructor: Stuart Hill

ONLINE workshop - Using Microsoft Teams

Duration: 3 hours, Saturday afternoon,

Oct 24, 2020
Hours: 1 p.m. - 4 p.m. Eastern time zone (Toronto/New York)
Course fee: $45 members / $105 non-members (incl. one-yr CBBAG membership)
Prerequisite: none

Maximum enrollment: 10 Students

Presented by: GTA Chapter

Registration closes Weds, Oct 22 11:59 PM

In this workshop, you will use an off-book technique to practise sewing one of the multitudes of Islamic end band patterns. You will develop a basis for sewing many of the other patterns, which will be discussed along with the application onto a book.

Participants will be required to prepare some materials prior to the workshop. You will need access to materials such as coloured thread, stiff board, and thick leather.

Online Workshop process:

The invitation link to the workshop will be sent by email from the instructor prior to the date of the course so please ensure that the email on record with CBBAG is correct.

Detailed instructions for the materials prep work will be emailed after sign-up. 

Please note this is a live workshop only - nothing will be recorded. 

Technical requirements for participation on Microsoft Teams:

·        Access to internet

·        Screen large enough to follow instructor’s video feed (cell phone is not recommended)

·        Microphone or Headset / Webcam

·        Supported browsers – Microsoft Teams currently supports Microsoft Edge, RS2 or later, and Chrome (version 72 or later). Firefox and Safari are not recommended. If your available browser is not compatible, please go the download page for Microsoft Teams and there is a desktop and tablet client (app) for Mac, Android, and Windows. 

Stuart Hill has studied bookbinding with CBBAG under the guidance of Betsy Palmer Eldridge, Don Taylor, Dan Mezza, Karin Scheper, and Rose Newlove. With a background in engineering and architecture, his keen interest is in the discovery of book structures. Please visit Stuart’s website: www.georgehillco.com.

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