Book #081 - "Blizzard"

Blizzard is one of the names I see used to describe this book structure. (Supposedly it was invented during a blizzard.) The spine is one long piece folded as for a fan, but then additional folds are made to the corners of the pleats, along the long, zig zag edges. These folds both prevent the fan from expanding, and provide tabs for holding the folded pages in place. (If your paper is wider, and your pleats are bigger than in this example, your tabs will be bigger, too. And I can't figure out how to describe what that accomplishes so I guess I'll make that tomorrow's book. The cover is made separately and attached at the end.

1 comment:

Took said...

Rizarma! Simply rizarma. You constantly impress and entertain (me, anyway) with your vast array of books!