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Begin the process again, attaching signature three to two. When you get to the end, you'll need to tackle a kettle stich. Ready? Here goes.<br /><br />This picture shows a completed kettle stitch and one in progress.<br /><br />Step by step.<br /><br />Pa

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Originally appeared in Bookbinding
on November 1, 2011
Begin the process again, attaching signature three to two. When you get to the end, you&#039;ll need to tackle a kettle stich. Ready? Here goes.&lt;br /&gt;&lt;br /&gt;This picture shows a completed kettle stitch and one in progress.&lt;br /&gt;&lt;br /&gt;Step by step.&lt;br /&gt;&lt;br /&gt;Pa
Begin the process again, attaching signature three to two. When you get to the end, you'll need to tackle a kettle stich. Ready? Here goes.This picture shows a completed kettle stitch and one in progress.Step by step.Pass the thread beneath the stitch running between the two previous signatures. Pull the needle through, but the thread shouldn't be taut.

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