About Little Spoon

cucchiaino.

coo-kee-ya-ee-no.

It means little spoon.

It’s the most difficult word to say in Italian.

At least that’s what two brilliant young Italian girls told us once.

We spent one spring on a blustery hilltop in Tuscany learning to make

books, paper and delicious pastas.

The bookmaking stuck.

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After returning to the states, graduating college, and each moving to our own idea of paradise (The Flatirons and The Gulf of Mexico), we’ve finally settled in.

Let the bookmaking begin!

We eventually want to make all sorts of paper products, but for now, we’ll stick to what we know best.

Come along. It should be an exciting adventure.

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littlespoonbindery@gmail.com.

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2 Responses to “About Little Spoon”

  1. LISA March 2, 2010 at 11:01 pm #

    this is incredible. a lost art….

  2. Kathy March 4, 2010 at 4:35 pm #

    Casey,
    I’d love to see some of your work! Or do I just need to buy something? What a great idea. Love the name, Little Spoon Bindery.
    Kathy

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