Japanese Stab-Stitch & Postcard Cover
The proportions here are slightly inverted as you can see by our little red friend. Today we learned to use the traditional Japanese stab-stitch; typically, this is done with rice paper, but we had some glossy card-stock lying around and decided to cut the pages individually.
It ended up being a bit difficult to punch the holes with our bodkin, but we managed fairly well, even though by the end, we realised that we´d been a bit cheap with the thread and had to find a clever means by which to finish the stitch and knot the thread. Thus, you are welcomed by the presence of our companion.
The cover is simply a cropped postcard. Everything, save the thread, is found.