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Posted on: 6/7/09 8:30 PM
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If you have a favorite softcover sewing book (or cookbook), you can take it to your local copy shop (Kinkos, etc) and have it coil bound. My copy of "Power Sewing Step-by-Step" was not coil bound and would not lay flat. I took it to the copy shop near my office and had it coil bound. It was about $3-4. I have had several other books done this way. So much easier to use because they will lay flat.

Here's it is laying open: http://www.flickr.com/photos/plionberger/3604879851/

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squirrellypoo said... (6/25/09 7:21 AM) Reply
Great idea! I didn't even know places could do that to books that were already bound...
ryansmumAria said... (6/12/09 11:56 PM) Reply
Oh, I love it! THanks I had no idea this could be done . I love learning new tricks!!! thank you
Peggy L said... (6/10/09 7:24 AM) Reply
Adding pocket pages is a great idea!
Rita K said... (6/9/09 9:42 PM) Reply
I did this with several sewing books as well as my sewing machine instruction books & upgrades. I had pocket pages added & pages to hold the upgrade CDs. A couple of my books had pages that were falling out so this solved several problems.
Maripat said... (6/8/09 6:01 PM) Reply
Thanks you ,Thank you. What a great idea!
Bernie R. said... (6/8/09 11:51 AM) Reply
Great tip! Thanks for sharing...
Judy Kski said... (6/8/09 8:35 AM) Reply
What an excellent tip! Thanks for sharing.
kathleen1304 said... (6/8/09 6:56 AM) Reply
Clever girl!
Pam~Off The Cuff~ said... (6/8/09 6:27 AM) Reply
Great tip Peggy..thanks !
Oceanpeg said... (6/8/09 1:36 AM) Reply
I like this idea too.
PVA said... (6/8/09 0:50 AM) Reply
This is a great tip! I've done it with some of my favorite "How-to" books & it makes them so much easier to use while learning some new techniques.
leanmeansewingmachine said... (6/7/09 9:03 PM) Reply
What a great idea!
 
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