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Love this turquoise leather journal, knitting progress planner, travel, dream journal, sketch book, diary

Love this turquoise leather journal, knitting progress planner, travel, dream journal, sketch book, diary


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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: kangaroo leather, leather, metal, paper, thread
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From Australia


•COVER: Beautiful unique dyed Australian KANGAROO leather
•SIZE: 15cm square, (6”square)
•PAPER: 168 cream watercolour pages
Decorative handmade paper end papers
•BINDING: Long stitch (book will easily lie flat when open)
Pages are sewn directly into the leather cover by hand with waxed linen thread.
Ships worldwide from Australia

This unique handbound journal has supple durable Australian kangaroo as the cover.
Use it for a travel diary a sketch book, a poetry or prose book or to record projects or dreams.
The book opens flat and fits neatly into a briefcase or a shoulder bag.
The watercolour pages work with ink, pens, pencil, light watercolour, acrylic paint and other mediums. Each section is hand-stitched with waxed, linen thread using the long-stitch binding method.
If you wish to purchase more than one book, please contact me for postage details.


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