PDF Digital Sewing Pattern for Beginners - for this Reusable Quilted Journal Cover

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This is an ideal starter project, with step by step instructions, to make a padded notebook cover. Slip the jacket off when your book is full and wrap it round another. This adaptable project, could be made in a variety of colours and change the design on the front to suit the purpose of the journal. Why not make a few covers and give them to everyone you know this Christmas. It could be an ideal gift for any occasion.

This listing is for an electronic PDF pattern, which can be downloaded once purchased. (A printed version is also available from my shop).

The PDF pattern comes in 2 parts and all measurements given are in both metric and imperial. The cover fits an A5 notebook, (approximately 15 by 21 cms).

Part 1 - The title and back page including the materials list (2 pages)
Part 2 - Pattern instructions including the option of adding a felt applique picture (6 pages).


Happy Sewing!


© Copyright of Sharon Robins of the Raggy Robin 2015



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