Lovely quad ruled paper in a notebook


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#2

LOL, $15, great April Fools


#3

http://www.staples.com/Staples-reg-Graph-Ruled-4x4-Spiral-Notebook-8-x-10-1-2-Black/product_132713

This one is bigger, and less lovely.


#4

Uniball apparently discontinued the .18mm Signo Bit which is a damn shame. It would be perfect for writing novels in those blocks.


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These threads are awesome. I’ve pulled my fave Pelikan from early retirement for one last mission. :slight_smile: But I’m partial to unruled linen paper so I can draft correspondence for my colleagues in 1874.


#6

I suspect you and I aren’t the only soles who have crafted their own paper for correspondence.


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I only “tie my own flies” by writing the letters. I’m too uncrafty to manage more than admiration and curiosity for making paper.


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I’m like a child. It’s always, “why”. So yeah growing trees to make into pulp to skim on perforated metal (that you mine, smelt, and form) so you can write, " hey, wassup" is totes my wheelhouse.


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That sounds wonderful and so interesting. I like to tell myself I could too if the lovely curse that runs three generations in my family had not steered me to indebted social workiness.


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I’ve used these the last couple of years for meeting and task notes. (grid paper is my only hope for proper indenting) They’re lovely for a couple of months of heavy handling and then the cover starts to curl. Switched to the cardboard Maruman grid spiral, and found it much better for my purposes.


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After the ink was flowing again and a new bottle of ink I arrived, I used my Pelikan to write all of my outline notes for eight hours of course material and another legal pad-intensive project.

Then I basically retyped all of it into Libreoffice.

So please do an intervention. :pen_fountain:


#12

Perhaps its just me but did anyone else think of Lovely Feyd notebook paper when they saw this headline?


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