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In the now pawed-over back-to-school and stationary area, Walmart has several types of ring-bound pads which are fountain pen friendly. I've tested the paper with a TWSBI Eco filled with Waterman Brown, and two Preppys, one with Platinum purple ink (03 nib) and the other with the ever lovely Shaeffer Red (also 03 nib). No feathering or show through on the soft, absorbent paper, which lives up to it's descriptive name of "Sketch Pad" (Black cover, 9" x 6", 75 lb paper, 75 sheets, perforated, acid- and lignin-free, made in USA by Carolina Pad) and "Sketch Diary" (blue and black cover, 70 sheet
truthpil posted a topic in Paper and Pen ParaphernaliaHello again to all my FPN friends, I just purchased a leather A6 6-ring planner (same size as Filofax Personal or Daytimer #3) that I'm going to use for a project that needs to have somewhat archival paper (basically, the pages and what's on them need to do their job for at least the next 50 years amidst daily use). The paper that the planner came with feels like writing on sandpaper, so I desperately need something else. So far the best paper I've come across seems to be Life Noble and DaVinci (which uses 52gms Tomoe River paper). For my project, the planner refill paper needs these thr
Hello everyone, Any recommendations for cheap fountain pen-friendly journals? (Under 10USD) Just something that is not super soft cover, and will hold up well and doesn't look like a composition book/school notebook. Thanks!
I've always liked Moleskine notebooks and especially the pocket-sized ones - 9x14cm. Just ideal for the everyday 'get off my chest' sort of comments. A bit like my LOMO camera used to be for 'photo-thoughts'. I know that the Moleskines have a bit of bad press but that's probably down to people's reluctance to sort out what is right with Moleskine for themselves, rather than complain and whinge that Moleskine 'doesn't like my ink' sort-of thing. So I decided that I'd start using them again, in favour of the Leuchtturm pocket ones and see what happened. I've gone back to the soft-cover ones for