Signature Bindings
Quality Book Repairs, Hand Bound Books, Albums and Journals
E-Mail: glenn@signaturebindings.co.uk Mobile: 07972648001

Bookbinding Workshops

If you are interested in learning how to get into bookbinding or would like to develop your bookbinding skills, Glenn Malkin of Signature Bindings runs a number of workshops throughout the year. One day workshops are held at The Hull History Centre, three day residential workshops are held at The Grange in Shropshire and other occasional workshops are run by request in other locations.

Intermediate level binders who would like to further develop specific skills or would perhaps like to move on to create design bindings may be interested in the possibility of tailored one-to-one tuition by Glenn at his bindery in East Yorkshire.

Please see below for further details and dates of forthcoming workshops. You can also e-mail Glenn to be added to the e-mailing list to be amongst the first to learn of new workshops as they are organised.

CLICK HERE to download a FREE tutorial (.pdf file) on how to make a straightforward hard-back pamphlet-sewn notebook

Hull History Centre

There are no bookbinding workshops currently planned at Hull History Centre, but it is hoped more will be organised from Spring 2019. Please get in touch to be added to the mailing list to hear about these when dates and subjects are arranged.

The Grange, Ellesmere, Shropshire

These three-day residential workshops are organised directly by Jon and Rosie at The Grange. Here they run a number of courses including Letterpress workshops, Paper Marbling and Bookbinding for Beginners.

Glenn Malkin usually tutors three 3-day residential courses each year focusing on different subjects. They are suitable mainly for those who have already done some bookbinding but would like to learn new book structures or techniques. Please note that courses do fill extremely quickly so early booking is essential. 

Further information and booking details can be found by Clicking Here 

The Programme for 2019 includes:

May 9th - 12th - A tab-bound book (K118 structure)

July 4th - 7th - A half-leather stub-bound bound

September 26th - 29th - Full leather Cambridge panel binding