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Journals/diaries/notebooks With Verguere Paper


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So I was looking through my old stacks of papers/ journals and found some suitable paper for personal correspondence, in the form of G Lalo paper.

 

Try as I might, I've never found anyone making journals out of G Lalo paper, or anything with the verguere pattern on their paper

 

It's embossed lines onto the paper, so it helps guide you in writing in straight lines, and provides a rougher texture to the paper vs baby seal smooth Clairfontaine like paper. I've been using journals with dots, because I'm hopeless with blank papers and writing in a straight line.

 

Anyone seen journals/diaries/notebooks with such paper ?

 

 

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I have some blank Semikolon notebooks that have this type of paper. I got mine from Jennibick, but I don't believe they sell them anymore.

 

The Semikolon website has them:

 

https://www.semikolon.us/notebooks/notebooks/

 

They are kind of pricey, but very well built...They come in various types (hard/softcover) and sizes.

 

HTH

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(Vergé?) They do make wirebound notebooks: http://www.g-lalo.fr/Cahiers--06401065.html

 

It's a shame I can't stand wirebound notebooks.

 

There's a comparison with other brands, maybe they do make notebooks (in french): http://www.stylo-plume.org/viewtopic.php?t=16950

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I have some blank Semikolon notebooks that have this type of paper. I got mine from Jennibick, but I don't believe they sell them anymore.

 

The Semikolon website has them:

 

https://www.semikolon.us/notebooks/notebooks/

 

They are kind of pricey, but very well built...They come in various types (hard/softcover) and sizes.

 

HTH

 

Where does semikolon source their paper from ? Website doesnt really show samples of the paper, just the cover of the note book

 

(Vergé?) They do make wirebound notebooks: http://www.g-lalo.fr/Cahiers--06401065.html

 

It's a shame I can't stand wirebound notebooks.

 

There's a comparison with other brands, maybe they do make notebooks (in french): http://www.stylo-plume.org/viewtopic.php?t=16950

 

Ugh wirebound...get behind me satan..

 

I guess the conclusion from this post is that I'll have to buy the paper and make a notebook of it myself/get someone to do it.

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Where does semikolon source their paper from ? Website doesnt really show samples of the paper, just the cover of the note book

 

 

I am not sure unfortunately. I too have gathered the supplies to bind a book myself but all I've managed to do since is buy more notebooks...LOLOL...May you fare better than I did.

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