The 10 Best Papermaking Books 2018

British papermakers are making their mark in the world of papermaking with a range of titles that range from beginners’ guides to advanced classes, as well as a few new books that explore different aspects of paper making.

Whether you are a novice or a seasoned professional, there is a book for everyone.

Here are 10 of our favorites.10.

Mona Wood: The Papermaker’s Apprentice”This book by Mona is a classic in the field of papercraft.

Its clear and engaging, it provides a solid foundation for anyone interested in paper making, and it includes an extensive glossary.

This book will make you feel at ease in your craft.”–David Kowal, author of Paper: An Illustrated Guide”I am a lifelong hobbyist, but I’ve found myself drawn to this book by the author, and this is the perfect book for those who are new to papermaking and wanting to delve into the craft.

Monana Wood has always been my go-to book on papermaking.

Highly recommended!”–Tara, author and editor of Paper Made Easy”This is a great resource for anyone looking to learn the art of paper, and I would highly recommend this book to anyone interested.”–Julie Tarrant, author, editor and editor in chief of Paper Maker Magazine”If you are looking to get into the hobby of paper production and have the experience and skills to become a paper maker, this is a must-read.

If you want to learn how to do your own paper making and are interested in working with a professional to make sure that you are successful in your work, then this book is a MUST read.”–Gerald Hodge, co-founder and president of The Papermakers Association”This great book is available for free online, and is a wonderful introduction to the craft of paperworking.

The book’s main point is that it is important to learn paper and make a paper product that is high-quality.

This makes it a great tool for getting started in the hobby.”–Jeff Luskin, author”Papermakers Apprentice has helped me become a more confident, efficient and creative paper maker.

It provides everything you need to get started and it is a fantastic resource for new and experienced papermakers alike.

A must for anyone who wants to get involved with the hobby!”–Matt Schubert, owner of Papermakers Academy”This text is essential reading for anyone seeking to improve their papermaking skills.

It is clear and concise, with easy to follow instructions that will get you started in no time.”–Sue Leech, owner and operator of the Seattle Papermaker School”This simple, clear, and easy-to-understand book is perfect for the beginner.

The illustrations, and the easy-access content, make this a great book to read for newbies and experts alike.”–Paul A. Miller, owner, Seattle Papermakers School”Papermaker Apprentice is an essential reference for anyone wanting to learn to make and sell paper.”–Tim M., owner of Seattle Papermakers School”A great resource, Papermaker Apprentice teaches you everything you ever wanted to know about paper making but didn’t know how to learn.

It also offers lots of fun and engaging content, such as a video demonstration of how to make paper, an instructional booklet on the art and science of making paper, a complete listing of all the essential tools you’ll need to start making your own and more.

Highly recommend this for anyone trying to start papermaking.”–Michael C. Fournier, owner & president of Papermaker Studio”Papermaking Apprentice is the best and most comprehensive book I have ever read on paper making!”–Mike B. Smith, owner-operator of Papermaking Studio”This excellent, up-to the minute book is packed with material that you will find useful for anyone starting out in the industry.”–J.R. Schmitt, owner/operator of Seattle Papersmith School” Papermaker Assistant is an excellent resource for people looking to start or improve their skills.

The material in this book provides you with a complete understanding of how each aspect of paper makes up a great piece of paper.

It’s a great place to start to understand the process of making a paper, as it’s an easy, fun, and rewarding way to start.”–Karen C. Schramm, owner& operator of Seattle Printmakers School