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  • CrucialB commented on Yoshinok's instructable EDC Leather Notebook9 months ago
    EDC Leather Notebook

    Took this idea and scaled it down a bit. Love the way it turned out. Calling it my, "Side A" and it goes everywhere with me! A lot less intrusive than the old Wal-mart notebook I was carrying around.My "Side A" holds paper that is 3" x 3 3/4" with two holes bored through for binding. Fits nicely in my button-down shirt's front pocket. I have it loaded with 40 sheets, but I could probably double that if I felt the need. Pages were scrap paper from my office, (can't run bad prints through the fusers again) the leather was salvaged from a damaged laptop bag, and the cordage was some thin leather ribbon tucked into my storage box bought for a project done so long ago I can't possibly remember. The ribbon isn't tied, just tugged tightly on itself. Over time, I c...see more »Took this idea and scaled it down a bit. Love the way it turned out. Calling it my, "Side A" and it goes everywhere with me! A lot less intrusive than the old Wal-mart notebook I was carrying around.My "Side A" holds paper that is 3" x 3 3/4" with two holes bored through for binding. Fits nicely in my button-down shirt's front pocket. I have it loaded with 40 sheets, but I could probably double that if I felt the need. Pages were scrap paper from my office, (can't run bad prints through the fusers again) the leather was salvaged from a damaged laptop bag, and the cordage was some thin leather ribbon tucked into my storage box bought for a project done so long ago I can't possibly remember. The ribbon isn't tied, just tugged tightly on itself. Over time, I can imagine it'd slip, but it is easily re-strung.Worth noting that the leather I used is somewhere between 3 oz. and 4 oz. but I can't be entirely sure due to it's place of salvage. Makes it nice and flexible while still durable.Great 'ible, man, high-quality work, as always!

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