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Hi everyone,

 

What is your favorite kind of paper you use for your Fountain Pens?

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I use Apica and Tsuambe daily; the latter for to-dos and daily planner; the former stuffed in my back pocket when riding or hiking.

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I will second Tomoe River for anything special but would like to nominate Q Connect Bank Paper.

I've become a convert and use it for daily scribbling. It too is very thin. Kind of reminds me of that old school toilet paper but takes fountain pen ink really well, makes inks look fab and is cheap as chips.

(no where near as smooth though)

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Clairefontaine Notebooks

 

+1

"Never Say goodbye, because saying goodbye means going away and going away means forgetting,"

 

-Peter Pan

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+1 for Tomoe ........and another + Midori.

 

In Midori's case I particularly like and enjoy the paper quality of their plain 'lightweight' refils for the Traveler Notebook.

 

Falcon

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Smythson notebooks and writing paper, Tomoe River notebooks from Nanami Paper and Design.y

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✒️ :happyberet:

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I can't wait to try some Tomoe River after the responses on this site.

Currently I use Maruman and Kokuyo Campus for everyday writing and a Life Noble notebook for my personal journal.

Never pick a fight with people who buy ink by the barrel.

~ Mark Twain

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Pen and Inkstagram!

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Tomoe River :D

 

I love it!!

Pelikan 140 EF | Pelikan 140 OBB | Pelikan M205 0.4mm stub | Pilot Custom Heritage 912 PO | Pilot Metropolitan M | TWSBI 580 EF | Waterman 52 1/2v

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My favorite everyday paper is BrightHue semi-vellum in Violet. I'm down to my last ream of it. I probably won't buy anymore, however, because I am determined to use up my existing stash of paper so that I can focus on my absolute favorite, Dempsey & Carroll in ecru.

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Currently, a tie between Tomoe River and Rhodia.

"Life would split asunder without letters." Virginia Woolf

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I prefer the way Leuchtturm feels to write on but not the cream colour. I prefer pure white paper. Some on the Oxford paper are nice butnot the glossiest ones.

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