For the time being, all of the resource posts are collected on this main page, blog style in reverse chronological order.
As we grow and collect resources & images, as well as determine how we will handle guild rankings and rubrics this section will be updated.
https://www.highlandhardwoods.com/ High quality lumber. Good source for exotic, quarter sawn and thin lumber for book boards.
https://www.takachpaper.com/ Purveyor of fine art papers for printmaking and bookbinding. Takach offers wholesale prices to the public, can special order, and ships worldwide. 2020 Price List: https://www.takachpaper.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/Final-PDF.pdf
Siegel leather provides great service and great product at great prices. Sign up for the email list to get notifications on the best deals. Great attention to detail, and historical accuracy balanced with modern environmental concerns. Check out the reference section...
The National Library of Israel worked with Google to digitize 120,000 items in their collection. There are a number of fine entries and articles on physical objects; one recent restoration is of a 15th C. Jewish prayer book....
One of the oldest binderies in London, this firm does binding, conservation and repair work and trains apprentices in partnership with several Royal organizations and guilds. The bindery will accept appointments and their professionals teach classes. Their legacy...
Jenevra (mundanely named Christine) has a personal website that includes posts about her SCA activities. Her interests include bookbinding, papermaking, marbling, letterpress and text writing. http://www.cjmconnors.com/category/sca/
One of the best collections of how-to videos for bookbinding available on YouTube. Check it out! (And don't worry when you don't hear sound.) https://www.youtube.com/user/BookbindersChronicle/videos