|Cut and fold|
Book folding pattern
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|Number of sheets||260|
|Design height||12 cm|
The name Chiara is an Italian form of Claire, which comes from the Latin clara, meaning "clear".
Chiara is an independent woman who values her freedom. Hating the constraints, she tends to be undisciplined and adventurous. Her brave and unpredictable side makes her hungry for discovery, but she is also hard to follow. Idealist and determined, she likes to shine and be the center of the world. Chiara has a strong personality. Rather demanding, she does not give up easily. She is constantly in action, and she likes to conquer new horizons. With an implacable morality, she is absolutely committed to her principles. Her fantasy and originality make her a special person.
Among the celebrities named Chiara, we can first mention the French actress Chiara Mastroianni. Also the Italian actresses Chiara Caselli, Chiara Francini, Chiara Conti and Chiara Muti, also Chiara Biasi, one of the most influential Italian bloggers or the Swiss violinist Chiara Banchini.
Travail et commande parfaite.
Très bon contact, très rapide.
Allez-y les yeux fermés.
- A pattern adaptable to any book format
The specified height is the design one (without margin).
To fold comfortably, add at least 3 cm to this height (1.5 cm top margin + 1.5 cm bottom margin).
- Accurate measurements for soft curves
The marks are calculated with 2 decimal places:
6,75 cm = 6 cm + 7 mm + ½ mm
These measurements can be marked with a classic ruler.
For ½ mm, make your mark between the 2 lines of the ruler.
- A clear and easy to follow measurements grid
The measurements page is aerated and lined to be pleasant to follow.
You can see an example HERE
- Manual and original design
I was the very first one to conceptualize Isaac Salazar’s art.
To create book folding patterns I developped my own computer tools. But to control its feasibility, the creation of the pattern is mainly manual.
INSTRUCTIONS IN PICTURE INCLUDE
How to create book folding art
How to adapt the pattern to your book features