I make these journals in batches of ten. These are the latest
There are many pages for you to use in a very creative way
While I was making this current batch of journals, I looked through my Liberty fabric. I kept finding designs that I thought would make great covers, hence half of this series have Liberty covers. I use a layer of cotton wadding between the cover and the board and choose appropriate end papers.
Each one is paired with a contrasting velvet spine and different stitch patterns.
I assemble the pages from my huge collection of vintage papers. Old maps, ledger paper, squares, lines and plain, there are a variety of pages to inspire your use of this book.
Pouches, pockets and flaps add another dimension.
I sew the pockets on my sewing machine and have left the threads long for you to leave or trim as you wish.
Measuring about 6 x 8 and a half inches, the possibilities for your use of this book are endless.
Please select your journal from the cover description
Red Liberty – petal and bud – grey velvet spine with pink stitching
Liberty Lodden – beautiful pink- grey velvet spine with lavender stitching
Liberty Hera – blue peacock feathers – grey velvet spine with red stitching
Liberty Wiltshire Berry in this rare green colour way – golden velvet spine with black stitching
Kaffe Fassett lime green cover – golden velvet spine with yellow stitching
Black and white cows on Pink! – pink velvet spine with yellow stitching
Indian Block printed fabric – royal blue velvet spine with red stitching
Cotton and Steel – Tokyo Train Ride – peachy velvet spine with red stitching
Also, if you would like to make your own Journal – check out the workshop I’m offering!