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Really enjoyed making this shoji, surprisingly did not take long.
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#1 posted 11-21-2013 06:29 PM
I’ve never thought about making one of those. How’s the screen attached?
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#2 posted 11-21-2013 06:59 PM
Looks great. What did you use for the shoji paper? I have been wanting to make something similar but cannot find anything to use for the paper that is not very expensive.
-- Peter, A man convinced against his will is of the same opinion still.
#3 posted 11-21-2013 07:55 PM
I used Japanese washi paper from a printmaking shop, and usedRice glue to attach it. It didn’t cost much but I was tempted by the mulberry paper, next time !
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#4 posted 11-21-2013 09:33 PM
Very nicely done, and thanks for the follow up on what type of paper and where you located such paper. One more question if I might, is the back just the paper or are there any mullions on the back?
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#5 posted 11-22-2013 01:58 AM
Great looking Shoji door! You’ve tempted me to make some sliding closet doors out of it.
Does any local printing shop carry this paper, or do I have to use the one you did? Thanks!
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#6 posted 11-22-2013 02:53 AM
-- Remember, Jesus was a carpenter.
#7 posted 11-22-2013 08:32 AM
no mullions on the back, i can recommend the book “making shoji” by Toshio Odate
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