Bound using the Jan Sobota-style three-board technique, brown leather covers, rust colored leather doublures, center board edged in black goatskin, tooled leather endbands; book edges are graphite. The cover design features twelve cut-out squares in the front and twelve in the back. Inside each square is the name of one of the bookbinders featured in the book, as well as one of the author and one of the publisher. A vintage-style filigree decoration is layered over colored leather. The removable squares, which can be lifted out to reveal the binder's names, attach to the cover boards by the use of magnets. The title is found on a gold stamped label attached to the spine and on another label inlayed in the center square on the front cover.
The Thread That Binds: Interviews with Private Practice Bookbinders. Compiled and with introductions by Pamela Train Leutz. New Castle, Delaware: Oak Knoll Press, 2010.
Leutz, Pamela Train, compiled and introductions, “Leutz example,” Bridwell Library Special Collections Exhibitions, accessed December 6, 2022, https://bridwell.omeka.net/items/show/2257.