I am making my sister a handbound story book for graduation. I have made all the pages already, they are just folded pieces of paper that cannot be nestled inside one another or the story will make no sense.
I cannot figure out if the holes to sew through need to be on the spine fold or a short distance away from the fold. Maybe I'm missing something, but I can't find anywhere that tells me the distance away from the fold that they should be in order to avoid ripping.
Does that make any sense to anyone? I'd appreciate any input, and if it doesn't make sense I'll try to clarify. I have just worked SOO hard and long on this project and now don't want to ruin the beautiful story pages by binding badly.
I hate this type of crafting anxiety.