By Nancy Tillberg
This source for making teddy bears unearths tips to craft open-mouthed bears, sculpt enamel, create fur, make double-jointed necks and use trapunto and silk ribbon embroidered paw pads. There are styles for a standard teddy endure, a contemporary one and one for a pragmatic bruin.
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The minimum length from most suppliers is one metre. For most of the cloth work described here a book cloth such as 'Reliance' will be suitable. Buckram This is generally recognised as the strongest and best quality cloth, to be used particularly for large cloth bindings where strength is needed. Rexine This is a strong cotton cloth with a nitrocellulose coating which renders it, if not completely waterproof, at least water-repellent and more resistant to staining than book cloth. It too is available in a wide range of colours, weights (210gsm and 250gsm), and a variety of embossed grains.
Preferably, use ad-hesives that are soluble in water, rather than relying on chemical solvents - this is not just to make the rectifiying of your mistakes easier, but is an aid to future binders who may have to do further work on the binding. Hot Glue This is animal glue, available either in a slab or as pearl glue, which is dissolved in water and heated in a double glue pot. Until fairly recently hot glue was widely used, but with the advent of cold flexible glues (polyvinyl acetates), it now tends to be used in small binderies for special work only.
Cord Although sewing on cords is usually associated with leather bindings, some early cloth books were sewn on thin sunken cords. Cord is made either from hemp or linen, and the best quality cord is made from the latter with its long fibres contributing to the strength and smoothness of the cord. The yarn is twisted into thin strands or 'plies' of cord, and the plies are then further twisted together in varying multiples to form different thicknesses of cord from 4 ply to 27 ply. The most useful ply to buy is 8 or 12 ply - it is doubtful if you will need thicker cord than 12 ply for a leather binding and it can always be reduced to the required thinness for smaller leather books or cased bindings.