This week, I’m talking about the difference between regular center sewing (a.k.a. saddle sewing) and Passbook Binding. Remember old bank account books? The stitches in those books were only visible when opened to the center, but not on the outer spine. This type of binding is called Passbook Binding and it has two key aspects: only the signatures are sewn and the cover is drawn on after.
As you can see in the above image, Passport Books can have different colors of thread and can have rounded corners.
As shown above, we can foil stamp softcovers and hardcovers for center sewn books.
The images above show a Passport Bound cardholder booklet.
Please give us a call to discuss how adding a cover to saddle sewn books can make your project stand out.