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Notepad Cover For Rhodia Bloc No. 10

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#1 Alexcat

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Posted 06 February 2015 - 17:07

I love the little Rhodia pads...I have a cover for the size 11, and wondered if anyone knows of a smaller cover to fit the size 10? Doesn't have to be the same brand....just a wee cover/holder for size 2" x 2"(5.2cm x 7.5cm)

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Posted 06 February 2015 - 21:16

Wouldn't that be 2" x 3", at 2.54 cm per inch?



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Posted 07 February 2015 - 05:55

Hmmm...let's see.....I copied it from the back of the pad...ah! My mistake....neither my eyesight nor my concentration are what they once were... :

"Format 5.2 x 7.5 cm. Size 2 x 2.9 in"

So, yes, 2" by 3"

Any idea of holders in this size?
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Posted 07 February 2015 - 23:18

I've not seen any on etsy or the other craftspersons site.  I had some vinyl laying about from a long ago 4' x 6" Engineering Field Book cover.  After enough whining, my lady gave in and made me a vinyl cover for one on her sewing machine.  Leather, even the thin stuff is verboten on her machine.  I suspect one of the artisans, like zenok leather, on etsy would do a custom leather one for you.  Usual disclaimers apply.  I'm a big fan of his work.  Latest tally I've bought 15 leather items from him.  See if any local leatherworkers near you would be willing to take on this project, would be my suggestion.



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Posted 07 February 2015 - 23:21

Some leatherworkers in your part of the world I've had very favorable dealings with, who do beautiful work and may be open to custom pieces are:

 

http://www.3wunder.at/

 

 

Back channel on FPN  : 

my63

 

 

http://www.fennercrafts.co.uk/            also found on etsy as Fenner Crafts

 

Anyone of these 3 might be able to help you.  Usual disclaimers apply.  They all do first class work, you'll love what they do for you.  Jim


Edited by jimhughes, 07 February 2015 - 23:33.






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