Recipes for creating unique handmade papers
This guide provides over 100 recipes for making different types of paper, giving complete ingredients listings and comprehensive instructions. The papers can be made from readily available materials including straw, willow, vegetables, flowers and weeds.
This book is now out of print, so the copies we have are secondhand, but all in excellent condition.
This book can be signed by the author, papermaker Maureen Richardson.
Maureen Richardson is a papermaker and paper artist who lives near Hay-on-Wye, and who has exhibited at venues all over the world. She has also written numerous books on the subject of paper and papermaking. She is a member of the International Association of papermakers and Artists and Paperweight, the British Papermakers Association.
“Most of us, faced with an unfamiliar plant judge it on its visual qualities; some might think about its culinary possibilities. Maureen Richardson however would be thinking about its potential as raw material for craft papermaking. “If you can grow it, I can make paper out of it” she says. Bluebells, phormium, horsetail, leek, anemone, tulip, goosegrass – are amongst the 150 other species that have fallen at some stage into Maureen’s pot, been pulped and turned into richly coloured and textured paper.