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Thread: Doodle Book

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    Super Member PaperPrincess's Avatar
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    Wow, that's really great looking. Did you know that WalMart carries quad ruled composition books? (with grids rather than lines) these are what I use for sketching blocks. Can't draw, so the grid keeps me in line. sort of...
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    You add a whole new line to quilting....these are awesome; a modern, artistic quilt. I love batiks and colorful materials. I'm a fan!!

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    that is really gorgeous

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    Thank you! Yes my husband uses the grid composition books, he doodles quite a bit... but I'm thinking he wouldn't care for one of these covers. LOL His is embossed leather
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    What a great idea! Very pretty. It certainly gives me an idea for some gifts.
    Eileen

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    I make similar to cover diaries for presents. They are always very popular as sellable items at fairs.
    Finished is better than a UFO

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    Even though you say you aren't big on batiks... you certainly made beautiful "doodle" books. Looks like you had lots of fun too.

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    Gorgeous. I love your fabric choices.I have many composition books covered. They are so handy. Have you discovered the quadrilled composition book.
    DEB CAVAN

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    Love this idea, will be into these in January.

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    Very pretty - great idea.

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