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« on: December 06, 2009 04:05:14 PM »

I hope it's okay to ask this, but I'm wondering if anybody has any suggestions for to find cheap bookbinding supplies online?  I recently made an album-bind enclosure for a portfolio, and I would like to make more.  Unfortunately, the nice linen bookbinding cloth I used was $12/yd.  I've done some googling, but as I'm new to bookbinding I thought I'd ask here for recommendations!

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