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Aelfattrum posted a topic in Paper and Pen ParaphernaliaI'd made a few commonplace books (/journals/writing books), but all so far with binding boards (or, well, makeshift binding boards), but I thought to make a nice small limp-back commonplace book that could easily be stuffed in a pocket. So I made one (using Southworth 25% cotton paper), with five signatures (so it wouldn't get too thick), and a simple leather cord closure. This is a relatively simple binding; the signatures are sewn directly to the leather binding.: And it does indeed fit nicely into a pocket:
coffeetoofull posted a topic in Market WatchHi: I received the following email from Renaissance Art a few minutes ago. They will provide a limited number of Free Passport Size leather covers, if you pay for shipping. Good Luck FPN members. - coffeetoofull "This is Arthur from Renaissance Art. Our July 4th Leather Bag GIVEAWAY is here. Click HERE for details and to enter. Happy July 4th weekend to all Safe Travels! Arthurowner, Renaissance Art"
No Affiliates here, just a happy customer of two handmade customised leather journal covers. The first one is made for Moleskine Large size. Used by rollerball pens and Blackwing pencils for jotting down ideas and quotes. The second one is made for Leuchtturm A5 size. Used by fountain pen with any colour and nib sizes as I please as a journal/diary. Although there is a little bit show through, no feathering or bleed through of any kind. The covers are made by sturdy leather that have been tanned to tobacco brown colour. Classic, vintage yet stylish. Front covers have been embossed with