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Want to fix up a boring binder or notebook? This PDF sewing pattern is designed to transform an ordinary store bought binder into a beautiful handmade item made by you! The PDF sewing pattern gives you full instructions to cover a notebook or binder of any size.
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.
This is a sewing pattern. The pattern will be sent to you immediately via an email with a link to download the pattern. Get it fast & you don't have to pay shipping!
The notebook slipcover is designed for you to be able to cover a binder or notebook of any size. It creates a substantial cover that is also completely washable. This design gives a snug and professional fit to look beautifully handmade.
To make this project you will need:
about a 3/4 yard of mix cotton fabrics
heavy 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
more about this pattern on my blog here~ http://gingercake.typepad.com/gingercake/2011/08/notebook-slipcover-2-ways.html
This will be prefect for holiday gift giving! You may sell items made from this pattern on a small scale at craft shows.
Please convo me with additional questions.
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Please understand that this is a sewing pattern and not an actual made item. It is important to read the item description fully. It is a big hassle to cancel through etsy, refund through paypal and work to get all the fees I am charged in these instructions. I will not be issuing refunds for the mistakes by the buyers who think they are buying an actual sewn item any more. It simply takes too much time that I could be spending sewing and with my family. Sorry for any hard feelings this may cause.