Lucy Baxandall
Papermaking is truly a craft for everybody – it is accessible, sustainable and enjoyable for all ages. This book is a step-by-step guide for everyone who wants to make paper at home or in a classroom setting. With clear instructions and over 140 photos, it explains how to make a range of paper from simple sheets to three-dimensional objects. Topics covered include advice on materials and equipment; getting started; adding colour; embellishing and personalizing your paper and exploring the various papermaking techniques. This is an invaluable and handy guide to this wonderful craft first invented by the Chinese in the first century CE.
Papermaking by Lucy Baxandall

About the author

Lucy Baxandall is a British hand papermaker and paper artist based in Berwick-upon-Tweed, Northumberland, where she runs a studio and a retail shop, Tidekettle Paper. She regularly teaches 2D and 3d papermaking and book arts workshops, and enjoys working with other artists who wish to use papermaking techniques in their projects.

Press Reviews

Have you ever wondered how all of that lovely paper we crafters use is made? Well, Lucy Baxandall has the answer. As she explains, you can make
paper from your kitchen table using bits of scrap and waste. Plus, it’s a craft! What’s not to love? Thanks to Lucy’s book, you may soon be hooked on an
all-new kind of papercraft.

- Andrew Young, reviewer Papercrafter