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Journal Bandolier // birches // (a better pencil case, journal pen holder, book strap, pen loop, pencil roll, pen bandolier)

Journal Bandolier // birches // (a better pencil case, journal pen holder, book strap, pen loop, pencil roll, pen bandolier)

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: elastic, thread, fabric, cotton, sewn, pencil case, bandolier
  • Favorited by: 307 people
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Description

[jour.nal ban.do.lier n.] a strap fitted with small loops for carrying pens, pencils, and other handy tools wrapped around a journal, planner, or other book.

Broken pencil points and lost pens drive me mad so I made myself the first journal bandolier. People kept asking where I had gotten it - it occurred to me other people wanted a good solution to the same problems I had been having. So here's the journal bandolier! Your pens and pencils at your fingertips and with your journal. Travel light - draw often.

The fabric for this bandolier has a forest of birch trees.

The Vital Stats:
- The strap of this bandolier is 2 inches wide
- It measures 5.75 inches long when laid flat
- Each slot is approximately 1 inch wide
- There are a total of 7 loops

What will it fit?
- The journal it is tailored to is the 5.25" wide Moleskine
- It will stretch to fit larger books with circumferences up to around 13.5"
- The slots will fit tools up to the size of a standard sharpie

Custom tailoring to fit any size journal and slots to fit any tool are available using the custom order listing in this section.

Because each bandolier is a handmade it may have slight variations from the photograph.
[jour.nal ban.do.lier n.] a strap fitted with small loops for carrying pens, pencils, and other handy tools wrapped around a journal, planner, or other book.

Broken pencil points and lost pens drive me mad so I made myself the first journal bandolier. People kept asking where I had gotten it - it occurred to me other people wanted a good solution to the same problems I had been having. So here's the journal bandolier! Your pens and pencils at your fingertips and with your journal. Travel light - draw often.

The fabric for this bandolier has a forest of birch trees.

The Vital Stats:
- The strap of this bandolier is 2 inches wide
- It measures 5.75 inches long when laid flat
- Each slot is approximately 1 inch wide
- There are a total of 7 loops

What will it fit?
- The journal it is tailored to is the 5.25" wide Moleskine
- It will stretch to fit larger books with circumferences up to around 13.5"
- The slots will fit tools up to the size of a standard sharpie

Custom tailoring to fit any size journal and slots to fit any tool are available using the custom order listing in this section.

Because each bandolier is a handmade it may have slight variations from the photograph.

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