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I know there are several other Instructables about this using rubber band, cable ties or chain links. This notebook is made with string and the metho...
-2 Floppy Disks -1 meter of cotton string -about 50 papers (square, 9x9cm) -Scissors -Darning Needle -a Hole Punch I was lucky! I found notebook pap...
Punch holes into the papers. Put the paper onto one Floppy . Pull the string through the holes. Align the ends of the string so they have the same len...
Pull each end of the string through its hole twice from the front to the back (front is where the paper is, back is where the floppy is) It has to go...
We will finish one side first, then we do the other. Pull one end of the string to the front and then through the second floppy
Now things start to get interesting. It may look a little complicated but I'll do my best to explain step by step. I think the result is worth it, cau...
Pull string through the loop at the side
Pull string through the 2 loops at the spine
Repeat steps 4-7 at the other side Pull tight, tie square knot.
That's it, we are done. The sheets don't move as freely as they would with the methods in the other instructables because they are attached to the ba...
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