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thin paper like a moleskine?

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thin paper like a moleskine?

Postby kkdcalgary on Tue Apr 30, 2013 9:30 am

Dear All;

Sorry if this is a repeat topic! Please directly me to where I should post this.

I am relatively new to bookbinding but I'd like to make myself some small, simple pocket notebooks similar to a moleskine volant/mini. I got bought some astrobright stardust 24 lb and neenah 24lb recycled writing paper. Even making a 20 page notebook ends up being bulky and I was hoping to get more pages in. I really love the feel of the super smooth moleskine paper - they do sell moleskine looseleaf online but it's pretty expensive. The other smooth and thin paper I've found are maruman/kokuyo looseleaf filler sheets on jetpens.com, similar cost to moleskine paper. I'd like to find both plain and lined paper, any suggestions??

thanks!
Karen.
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