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This pattern was created to revive and rejuvenate those old binder and notebooks you have sitting around the house (or new ones from the store!). It is also great for personalized, beautiful, & useful handmade gifts. Store bought journals beware! This pattern makes regular notebooks so lovely you will be covering every spare notebook in the house.
The notebook slipcover is designed for you to be able to cover a binder or notebook of any size. It creates a thick and substantial cover that is also completely washable. This design gives a snug and professional fit to look beautifully handmade. This will be prefect for holiday gift giving!
To make this project you will need:
about a 1/2 yard of mix cotton fabrics
medium weight interfacing
cotton batting (or something similar)
Rotary cutter & self healing mat (or scissors)
sew on velcro
Iron & ironing board
heavy duty or denim needle
*Note: These are downloadable instructions and patterns for making a notebook cover. Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
Perfect gift for a student.
A lot of instructions looks hard, but haven't made it yet
super easy! love!
Made a great binder cover on my first attempt! Instructions were clear and easy to follow. I get so many compliments on my binder and my papers never fall out of it anymore!
Made several for my daughter at the begininng of her 8th grade year. Workd out great!
Just made one this morning and pattern was very easy to And I love my composition cover!
I guess I'm used to the patterns that have pictures at each step and everything spelled out for you. This one was hard for me to follow and I had to attempt it twice to get my journal correct. The finished product was nice, but these instructions were difficult for me.
good pattern, very pleased
You may sell items made from this pattern on a small handmade scale. Thanks!