I am making a booklet. I am going to sew the pages together instead of having my printers' staple it.
I am aware that when a booklet is intended for stapling, a calculation is made and the design is shifted slightly once at the printers', to account for the shift that will later on be caused by the binding method.
Does sewing also cause this kind of shift? Does the design need to be shifted at the printers' or not? Should I tell them not to shift the design, or do stapled and sewn binding both cause the same shift?