Developed as early as the 4th century, Ethiopian Coptic binding withstands the test of time. Explore a variety of two-needle Coptic sewing styles and combine them into a single wooden book. This sampler allows experimentation with several different sewn-board attachments. Increase your range of techniques from two-needle to a four-needle, two-color variation, plus the Greek, centipede, and Coptic end-bands bindings. Time allowing, we'll also discuss windows, inlays, and closures. Book-binding experience recommended.