Your April knack box
Inside you'll find:
1. 50 sheets A5 copy paper
2. Selection of decorative paper
3. 6 sheets A5 Flat White paper (made from recycled coffee cups!)
4. 2 sheets A3 Flat White paper
5. 2 envelopes
6. 1 tube of glue
7. Needle and thread
9. 2 bulldog clips
10. 1 piece of elastic
11. 4 wooden beads
12. 4 split pins
All project items come in a mailer box made from 90% recycled materials.
What if something is missing from or broken in my box?
We pack all of our boxes very carefully, but accidents can happen. If something is missing or broken from your box, please contact us as soon as possible at email@example.com and we will try to resolve it - usually by sending you a replacement.
What you'll need at home
As well as your knack box, you'll need a ruler, scissors and cutting mat/chopping board.
You can watch the workshop recording below - if you bought a one off box check your email for the password! if you're using a monthly or a gift membership, click the 'subscriber video' button.
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More About the Workshop
You'll get the best workshop experience using a laptop or tablet, but you can use a phone if need be (don't forget the charger!)
You'll need to place or prop your device on the workspace you'll be using, with enough space to craft in front of it
After the Workshop
We love seeing what you make so please share pictures with us of your knack box and creations - in progress and/or finished and tag us @theknackbox on social media if that's your thing.
A message from Cass:
Thank you for taking part in my Bookbinding workshop with knack - I hope you enjoy/enjoyed making your books. As you can probably tell I am super passionate about the craft of bookbinding - there are so many different book structures and stitching techniques to learn and nothing beats using or gifting a book of your own making!
If you want to know more, check out my website for a wide range of bookbinding kits and online classes, plus some exciting collaborative workshops with some of my super talented Makers, which combine the craft of bookbinding with everything from creative writing and sketching to ecoprinting.