cropped-CRN_logo.jpg

403-263-7575

Sign In

Cart

Saddle-Stitch Booklets

What is a saddle-stitched booklet?
Saddle stitch is when single sheets of paper are printed on both sides, collated in page number order, folded in half and then stapled through the fold by a saddle stitch stapler. Saddle stitch binding is one of the most common binding methods for booklet manufacturing.

Saddle-stitch booklets are both a cost-effective and a quick printing option for your programs. Great for magazines, newsletters, catalogs, and reports as well. Saddle-stitch booklets are an excellent choice for informative marketing. Larger page volumes are excellent for containing additional information and visuals. A professional and compact material making them an excellent handout for events and venues.

How many pages can be saddle-stitched?
Pages must be in multiples of four. The only feasible page counts for saddle-stitched booklets are 8, 12, 16, 20, 24 and so on. Even if a page within the booklet is blank, it still counts as a page.

Our vast paper choices for both cover and inner pages allows you to choose the perfect option for your booklets.

Prices vary based on page count and booklet size.
For an accurate price of your saddle-stitched booklet, use our Request an Estimate page.

Visit us on  Facebook  |  Twitter  |  Linkedin