At Grays we are passionate about what we do.
There are so many facets of traditional sewing and we at Grays excite your designs producing all the following:
Side singer sewing - A line of thread run along the side of a book block. Can be different colours front and back. Used for text up to 3mm thick for extra strength or decoration.
Section sewing - One section placed on top of another and sewn together by machine.
Three hole sewing - Sewing through the spine of a brochure in a figure of eight. The knot can be inside or out. Used for menus and thinner brochures.
Saddle singer sewing - A line of thread run along the centre of a folded booklet. Can be different colours inside and out. Avoids the need for wire stitches. Suitable up to 3mm thick. Used for thin property brochures, childrens books.
Frame sewing - Sewing through sections, often with a tape for extra strength. Used for one off books, registers and journals.