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111. Mounting Folders

3 pieces Rough gray cover paper, 6"x9"

3 pieces White book paper, 6"x9"

Paste

Scissors

DIRECTIONS FOR TWO-FOLDS

a. Fold upper left corner to upper right corner and crease

b. Cut from white paper several representations of common objects, of flowers, leaves, trees, tools, workmen at typical occupations, or children at play These may be cut from memory or direct observation

c. Select the best group of cuttings and paste in folder

 

DIRECTIONS FOR THREE-FOLDS

 

a. Fold upper right corner two-thirds distance across top, judging distance with the eye

b. Fold upper left corner to crease

c. Cut and paste representations as in first folder

COVER STOCK DIRECTIONS FOR FOUR-FOLD

 

a. Fold upper right corner to upper left corner

b. Fold these two corners to center crease

c. Cut and paste as before NOTE In of these folders, it may seem desirable to paste magazine illustrations or other clippings in place of the cuttings indicated, or other uses may suggest themselves to the teacher. Careful folding and clean pasting should be expected.

112. Booklet Folder

1 piece of Rough gray cover paper, 6"x9n

1 piece White book paper, 6"x9"

Paste or glue

Soft or medium pencil

BOOK OPEN-SHOWING TORN EDGES DIRECTIONS

a. Tear from 1/4" to 1/2" from two adjacent edges of the white paper, without measuring

b. Fold upper left corner of white paper to upper right corner

c. Fold upper left corner of cover paper to upper right corner

d. Run a little paste or glue along back of crease of white paper and press it inside of cover paper

e. Allow to dry and use for sketching plants or animals or children, or for copying photographs

113. Pocket Note Books

3 pieces Rough cover paper, 6"x9" 6 pieces

Print paper, 9"xl2"

1 yard Coarse linen thread Large needle, letter opener or kitchen knife

SECOND STEP IN SEWING DIRECTIONS FOR QUARTO BOOK

a. Fold one piece print paper lower left comer to upper left comer

b. Fold upper left corner to upper right corner

c. Fold second piece of print paper in the same way and insert into first piece

d. Fold cover paper left to right and insert folded print paper

e. Sew down thru center of book, up near one end, down thru center again, up near opposite end, and tie square knot near the center

f. Tear leaves apart with letter opener, kitchen knife, or back of scissors

INSIDE OF 12 PAGE BOOK FOLDED AND SEWED DIRECTIONS FOR 12 PAGE BOOK

a. Fold one piece print paper lower left corner about two-thirds distance to upper left corner

b. Fold upper left corner to this crease and open paper flat

c. Fold upper right corner about two-thirds distance to upper left corner, make sharp crease, open, and tear off smaller piece

d. Refold larger piece and then fold left to right

e. Make a second piece like this and insert

f. Cut cover paper a little larger than open book, fold left to right, and sew print paper-inside same as in 4to book

g. Tear leaves apart as before

PRINT PAPER 9 DIRECTIONS FOR OCTAVO BOOK-16 PAGES

a. Fold print paper right to left

b. Fold bottom to top

c. Fold left to right

d. Place one or two of these pieces in cover previously cut a little larger than open book

e. Sew and tie as before

f. Tear leaves apart

NOTE

These note books may be used for writing practice, or for sketching, or for such purposes as seem desirable to the teacher in connection with any other subject.

114. Book of Color Schemes

1 piece Colored rough cover paper 6"x9" 2 pieces

Gray cover paper 6"x9" 14"

Coarse linen thread or binders' thread Large needle

TYPICAL PAGES OF MOUNTED COLORS DIRECTIONS

a. Fold gray paper inside of colored paper

b. Sew and tie as in number 113. If more space is wanted between pages, extra pieces of gray cover paper 1"x6" may be folded and sewed into the book, as shown at A

c. Mount rectangles of colored papers upon each inside page, so as to show good color schemes, keeping in mind both quality and quantity of each color

NOTE

Samples of fabrics or of different kinds of papers may be mounted in place of color schemes.

The following arrangement is suggested for mounting paper samples:

PAGES OF MOUNTED PAPER SAMPLES

 

115. Drawing Book

1 piece Gray cover paper 4 1/2"xl2"

2 pieces White book paper 9"xl2" 15"

Coarse linen thread Large needle, pencil

BOOK OPEN DIRECTIONS

a. Fold book paper bottom to top, having length of paper horizontal

b. Fold left to right

c. Fold cover paper left to right

d. Place book paper inside of cover paper

e. Sew and tie as in number 113

NOTE

Use for drawings; flowers, grasses, fruits, vegetables, or small objects.

116. Laundry List

2 pieces Manilla paper 9"x12" 8" Silk cord

1 Eyelet

Eyelet punch, letter opener, pencil

MANILLA PAPER 9 DIRECTIONS

a. Fold 2 pieces manilla paper right edge two-thirds distance to left edge

b. Fold left edge to crease

c. Fold top to bottom d

. Fasten eyelet near center of top

e. Tie loop of cord thru eyelet for hanging

f. Tear leaves apart with letter opener

g. Write "Laundry List" upon outside

NOTE

Use to record articles sent to the laundry so as to check up proper return. Other uses than as Laundry List may be suggested and the name changed accordingly.


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