Workshops at St. Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire, The Book Arts Guild of Vermont, Marietta College and JustAJar Press in Marietta, Ohio, and Haystack Mountain School of Crafts in Deer Isle, Maine

See below for dates and locations, and watch for more details and more workshops at Lovely In The Home Press in Peterborough, NH.


One-Needle Coptic Binding at St. Anselm College, Manchester, NH
Tuesday, February 23, 2016 1:30pm-5pm

This workshop aligns with the fabulous Book Arts Exhibit, Contemporary Book Arts: 100+ Works, curated by Kimberly Kersey-Asbury and Alicia Bailey.

Students will make a sketchbook using the 1-needle coptic binding, an exposed-spine binding that opens flat and is perfect for immediate use!

This workshop is open to St. Anselm community members and space is limited. Please rsvp to kasbury@anselm.edu








Chinese Sewing Box Book
Saturday, March 26, 10am to 3pm
Ridgewood Clubhouse, S. Burlington, VT


A book structure created by the amazing Hedi Kyle--made entirely of folded boxes and enclosures based on paper wallets, and used to store sewing supplies—an origami lovers’ dream! Many things can be housed in this finished structure: surprises, stories, drawings, prints. Students will leave one finished book, a pattern to make another, and ideas for lots more!


$75 includes materials.


Please contact Marcia Vogler at marciavogler@gmavt.net                  to register and for more information.


Drum Leaf Binding
Thursday, April 14
Marietta College, Marietta, OH



Using student's existing prints, we'll create this simple glued structure that opens fairly flat and allows further work over your images. 




To Be Announced...Two Workshops!
Saturday, April 16, 10-5
JustAJar Press, Marietta, OH

I'll be back in Marietta at Bobby Rosenstock's letterpress shop to make lots of cool books! Stay tuned for more details...




HAYSTACK! Session 4:
An Artists' Book, A Letterpress, and some text walk into a bar...
July 31-August 12, 2016


I am so thrilled to be teaching at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts this summer. For all the information you need, go here: