Kozo Harvest

The Sunday Paper #183, November 12, 2017 Paper of the Week: Combat Paper

As we honor our veterans, here’s a group that’s doing great work, with paper! Combat Paper engages veterans in a therapeutic process as to turn their uniforms into sheets of paper and works of art.

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Persimmon Paper

The Sunday Paper #182, November 5, 2017 Paper of the Week: Japanese Persimmon Treated Stencil Paper

Cushing Memorial Library and Archives, Texas A&M University

A couple of weeks ago, I had the pleasure of visiting the Berger-Cloonan Collection of Decorated Papers at Texas A&M University (This happens to be where my father taught physics, […]

Paper Plant Purifiers (a Tongue Twister)!

The Sunday Paper #181, October 29, 2017 Paper of the Week: BookLove

Are you looking to develop paper and book-binding skills and explore your creativity? Join Rachel Hazell on her latest BookLove e-course. Immerse yourself in a world of alphabets, paper ephemera and linen thread as you meet your inner wordsmith and bind […]

Blush Handmade Paper

The Sunday Paper #180, October 22, 2017 Paper of the Week: Oblation Papers & Press

Oblation Papers & Press is making new blush handmade paper from cotton fibers recycled from the garment industry. This nuanced color is now available in a new size, for folded pocket notes, and a new journal. The calligraphy […]

Liberty Paper

The Sunday Paper #179, October 15, 2017 Paper of the Week: Liberty Paper

Handmade paper inspired by boro patchwork, abaca, wax resist, indigo, and black walnut

Liberty Paper is the culmination of Claudia Lee’s dream to have some land in middle Tennessee and build a paper studio that would be both a working […]

Viewing a Life through Paper

The Sunday Paper #178, October 8, 2017 Paper of the Week: Twelve Months of Paper Launch!

It’s coming! The Twelve Months of Paper Calendar is at the printer, and I’ll be viewing the proofs on Monday! Hop on over to read all about it and place your order. Calendars will start shipping in early […]

Paper Money in a Paper Wallet

The Sunday Paper #177, October 1, 2017 Paper of the Week: Green Banana Paper

Green Banana Paper’s slim wallet is now available on Kickstarter!

Three years ago Green Banana Paper set out to raise the bar for the future use of natural fibers in eco-textiles. They have developed their craft in their own […]

Two Rivers Paper

The Sunday Paper #176, September 24, 2017 Paper of the Week: Two Rivers Paper

© 2012, Callum Innes, Pastel on Two Rivers paper, 52 x 42 cm

The work of Callum Innes caught my eye in this article, but then I wasn’t able to view the images again (hopefully you can with your first […]

Handmade Paper Rocks!

The Sunday Paper #175, September 16, 2017 Paper of the Week: Handmade Paper

Let’s celebrate handmade paper today! We just wrapped up the second session of the Red Cliff Paper Retreat (I’ll share photos soon) and lots of paper was made by makers with all levels of experience. Making a sheet of paper is […]

Southwestern Paper

The Sunday Paper #174, September 10, 2017 Paper of the Week: Woven Reversible Unryu

People often tell me they have drawers full of paper and they won’t allow themselves to purchase one more sheet until their stash dwindles. But then I hear them saying they can’t bring themselves to use a beautiful sheet […]