Thank you for the reassurance on the continuing cloth book. I thought I’d mention today how much compositional rearranging is necessary in the transition from paper to cloth. The pages of the paper version of this book are about 8″ (height) by 5″ (width), whereas the cloth pages are 8″ (height) by 10″ (width) – which doesn’t sound that much different, until you take into account that the cloth pages are single pages only. The pages will be stitched together in pairs, back to back, before being bound. That means that I have to plan quite carefully where each double page spread will be, and redraft the composition accordingly before beginning to stitch. You can probably see this process more easily in a picture:
The left hand page is coming along nicely and should be finished in a couple of days or so. I’m using drafting paper (very thin – not as thick as computer printer paper but more substantial than tissue paper) to adapt the design.