>As you can see I liked giving books my own style when I was 5 years old so I colored them to my liking. What a shitty kid.
Shitty? Ease up there. If you weren't the type of kid who altered books, you wouldn't be the type of adult who... alters books.
That is so cool. Did you use a service to print them on the fabric or do you have a fabric printer at home?
This is incredibly professional, and looks clean and perfect. You did a -fantastic - job, OP!
BTW, I'm pretty certain that what you call "capitel" is known as the [headband](https://www.hollanders.com/index.php/bookbinding-supplies/headbands.html
) in English. In the future, if you get some fraying and they're a synthetic fabric, wave a lighter over the cut end very briefly to fuse the fibers and that should take care of it. If it's cotton, a tiny dab of glue should do. (Don't think you can do that now, though, might be too late since you have the spines and covers on.)
Great work, OP!!!
Back when I worked as a librarian, book repair and rebinding were some of my favorite responsibilities. You did a great job! And what a thoughtful gift for your mom...
Thats so awesome! My mom had some really sentimental books her mom gave her and they are in rough condition. I don't have the patience or skill to do what you did! Your mom is lucky for having a daughter like you!
That's really cool! Oh and I hope your finger heals up nicely!
Quino is a damn planetary treasure, man. All props to Argentina, for sure, but the dude's work is world class.
[SEE ALSO: SODA STEREO]