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Quilting – The Quilter’s Journal
By popular demand for all of the crafty quilters out there! When the mini quilting journal just isn’t big enough, this title is now in full size. With prompts for pattern types, material used and a little bit of your projects story, and even space for swatches and/or a photo of projects. What a fun way to look back on the gifts you’ve given made with love. Personalize it with a name and/or photo and give it to your favorite quilter.
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5 reviews for Quilting – The Quilter’s Journal
I like it very much, but would like to see it as a 2 page spread per quilt, vs. a front and back page per quilt.
Carolyn Terrell –
I do a lot of quilting for others and I want to try and remember what I’ve done. I have a lot of pictures and want to keep them organized with memories.
Peggy Fey –
I received one for Christmas last year and love it. I’m buying one for my quilting buddies this year.
Cecile Brown –
I am transferring all my quilting information from previous loose leaf journals into this lovely journal. I would like to keep it “all” in here, but the book is bulging to the point where I need covers and title page only so I can transfer the 60 or so unused pages to a new book. You see, I have all my quilt photos, swatches and other materials. Can I get cover, title page and binding only?
suzette (verified owner) –
Thank you for your feedback Cecile. We love that you love it! Unfortunately, we do only offer the bound journals for sale. But if you were to get another, the spiral binding can be opened and pages removed if needed. Here is a link with instructions (keeping in mind that you may not want to open the spiral more than once or twice as it may compromise the integrity of the journal binding); http://journalsunlimited.com/fixing-a-journal/
Cecile Brown –
Suzette, I suggest that for this journal you keep the same cover and binding and make it 50 pages instead of 100, because of the potential for bulging.