Handcrafted Leather Books made in Vermont by Lindsey Julow

 

Dark Blue Goat, and Yellow Goat Journals

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This Soft Dark Blue Leather Journal is One of a kind, handmade in Vermont by Lindsey Julow

My books are structurally sound and are meant to be used! They will look beautiful, and be functional, for hundreds of years. I have learned this skill from a classically trained book binder, that has been in the field for over 25 years.

This goat leather is so soft and wonderful feeling, and the coloration on this book is so character building.

Blank Pages: Why limit what you can do in your book with lines. If you have trouble writing in straight lines (like me) I suggest using a ruler to draw faint pencil lines, writing in pen and then erasing the pencil lines. Then it looks like you write in beautiful straight lines.

Measures approximately 9" X 6" X 1"

Signatures are hand sewn with Irish Linen thread, approximately 192 sides to create on.

24lb Ivory Parchment looking paper,

 

Yellow Goat Journal

This Yellow Goat Leather is such and amazingly beautiful color.

Blank Pages: Why limit what you can do in your book with lines. If you have trouble writing in straight lines (like me) I suggest using a ruler to draw faint pencil lines, writing in pen and then erasing the pencil lines. Then it looks like you write in beautiful straight lines.

Measures approximately 6" X 4 3/4" X 1"

Signatures are hand sewn with Irish Linen thread, approximately 208 sides to create or write on.

24lb beautiful ivory parchment looking paper.


The text block spines are separate from the outer spines for longer lasting stability,


I sign all my Classic Style books in one of the inside cover corners.

I find every aberration in the leather unique and character building, transforming each book into an individual piece.

 

 

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Books for all Time, Built to Last a Lifetime and Beyond

Handmade, Hand Bound Leather Books, Journals, Diaries, or Sketchbooks. 

Handcrafted in Vermont by Lindsey Julow