Handmade Holiday Online Class

The Sunday Paper #330

September 20, 2020

Papermaker of the Week: Tony Carlone

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© Tony Carlone | Songbird Bluebird | Silkscreen with hand coloring on deckle box formed handmade kozo, pigmented

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Patchwork Paper

The Sunday Paper #270 July 28, 2019 (Happy 20th to our son Will)

Paper of the Week:

I wanted to use up some of my paper scraps and came up with a plan to make patchwork papers (there is a fantastic–and very different–tradition in Korea called bojagi). I had an intern compose/design the layout of the sheets, and then he applied a layer of

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Catching the Light

The Sunday Paper #58

Paper of the Week: Kite Paper

I discovered kite paper when my daughter went to a Waldorf preschool and they made these gorgeous folded and layered paper light catchers. It is just like wax paper, and it comes in a dozen brilliant colors. You can purchase it in large sheets or in packs of assorted colors that are cut to

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