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"The Enduring Hills", upcycled from a discarded library copy of the 1971 2nd edition, by Janice Holt Giles, is just the place to record one's observations of nature, personal woes, and most clever insights.

60 pages (120 sides)
Spine Length: 8.5 inches (21.6 cm)
Cover Width: 5.23 inches (13.3 cm)

I created this book by removing the cover from the original book, taking care to preserve the original end paper. Next, I added a small library-style pocket in the back to hold the copyright page (or whatever you'd like to store there). The unlined pages are hand-cut, by me, and bound snugly in a Coptic style with sturdy linen bookbinding thread. The Coptic binding allows the book to lay flat for easy writing and drawing. And the page paper has a light tooth and good weight which works well with pencil, ink, and light applications of dry adhesive (such as acid-free glue stick). I use Faber-Castill pens with mine!

1971 - The Enduring Hills - Coptic Journal or Sketchbook - unlined pages - Ready To Ship


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Upcycled vintage hardcover book, Irish linen bookbinding thread, Page paper is cream unlined 100lb text weight, archival and 30 percent recycled, made with wind power
  • Ships worldwide from Vermont, United States
  • Feedback: 190 reviews
  • Favorited by: 11 people