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Journal #24

Journal #24 is complete! The shelf is now full.  

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Journal #23

I’ve finished journal #23! Onwards to #24.

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Journal 22 Finished

I am usually behind when it comes to having the next journal complete by the time I finish one journal. But this time, I finished Journal #22 as I finished making the next five journals. Journal #22. Plus my shoebox of empty notebooks has acquired new journals from Paper Source. The five journals I made.

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New Journals

I got to go to a cool paper store, Paper Source. It is cool to use a journal with paper made from limestone, use the Five Minute Journal, and Art Deco Journals.

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Journal 21–Complete

I finished Journal 21, one of the books I made using the French Link Stitch.

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Bullet Journal

I’ve been juggling my to-do lists and project lists on post-it notes, Trello, and in various writing journals. A friend recommended Bullet Journal, so I’ve started one. Already I’m enjoying the system in combination with techniques from “Getting Things Done.”

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Organizing Notebooks

I love sitting down and organizing my books, my writing journals, and my art supplies. This time, I found two blank journals for one of my novel projects and two blank journals with no designated project (oh, the freedom!). And there are plenty of notebooks that aren’t finished. So they will stay in this shoebox …

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Journal 20–Complete

I finished my 20th journal. I purchased it at the Ohio Renaissance Festival.

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Bookbinding Adventures

In preparation for my session at Winter Wheat, I finished some bookbinding projects I started. I made a noble stitch sidebound for a friend with the bird cover, attempted a new stitch pattern for the blue speckled cover, and sewed two more journals, one with the Coptic Stitch and the other with the French Link …

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Journal 19

I finished my 19th journal. It was fun to play with the Coptic stitch for this notebook.

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