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4 - John James number 15 bookbinding needles

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4 - John James #15 bookbinding needles.

"Quite simply the best, most perfect bookbinding needle I have ever used for medium sized books. I have bound thousands of books and tried many many types of needles, but these have the perfect balance of a strong shaft (that can be used in place of an awl with a firm grip), small head to avoid making a large hole in the paper and a large enough eye to allow threading without a needle threaded.
We looked for a long time until we found these for resale and the WNY Book Arts Center Shop to include in our bookbinding kits."
-Richard Kegler, co-founder of WNY Book Arts Center

Included are 4 brand new stainless steel needles imported from England. These are made specifically for book binding and not to be confused with other #15 or other manufacturers needles

These are significantly larger needless than the #18 which are a great all purpose bookbinding needle (see our other ebay listings). The #15 is great for large books and can be used to make a home-made awl using a stopper backed cork.



All proceeds of this and other sales from this seller go to benefit the programs of the Western New York Book Arts Center.
4 - John James #15 bookbinding needles.

"Quite simply the best, most perfect bookbinding needle I have ever used for medium sized books. I have bound thousands of books and tried many many types of needles, but these have the perfect balance of a strong shaft (that can be used in place of an awl with a firm grip), small head to avoid making a large hole in the paper and a large enough eye to allow threading without a needle threaded.
We looked for a long time until we found these for resale and the WNY Book Arts Center Shop to include in our bookbinding kits."
-Richard Kegler, co-founder of WNY Book Arts Center

Included are 4 brand new stainless steel needles imported from England. These are made specifically for book binding and not to be confused with other #15 or other manufacturers needles

These are significantly larger needless than the #18 which are a great all purpose bookbinding needle (see our other ebay listings). The #15 is great for large books and can be used to make a home-made awl using a stopper backed cork.



All proceeds of this and other sales from this seller go to benefit the programs of the Western New York Book Arts Center.

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(491)
Reviewed by Nicole Campana
5 out of 5 stars
Sep 14, 2017
Arrived in a timely fashion and just what I need for the class I'm teaching. I'll definitely be returning, I am a bookbinder and am always on the lookout for supplies!
4 - John James number 15 bookbinding needles

Reviewed by smtiffanylane
5 out of 5 stars
Aug 23, 2017
Great needles just started sewing my book it makes holes easily and easy to pull through.
4 - John James number 15 bookbinding needles

Reviewed by brady howe
5 out of 5 stars
Jan 6, 2018
4 or 6 Inch Bone Folder

Reviewed by Kathy Simonton
5 out of 5 stars
Dec 19, 2017
4 or 6 Inch Bone Folder

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4 - John James number 15 bookbinding needles

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  • Craft type: Bookbinding
  • Material: stainless steel
  • Feedback: 491 reviews
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