They are just so very pretty and useful. Your work is always so neatly done.
Love these Martine. Just so pretty and useful as well
Well done Martine, they all look fabulous and such useful items to have in your handbag. Love Chris
Lovely work you do . Can understand why your friend was willing to pay you more for what you ask for :-)
Zien er allemaal heel mooi uit.Alles ok bij jullie in Norg?
Dank je. Ja, alles gaat zijn gangetje.
Martine......fabulous notebooks.....these will be received with enthusiasm....your work is so crisp and clean.......great job!!
You always make useful and elegant notebook covers, love all of them!
Very nice job. Have you seen the folders for small legal pads made out of folded and stitched placemats (all sewing - not an embroidery project unless you made it one.)
No, I have not. But then I would have to get placemats - or make them - first.
Fantastic job done...Gorgeous
Lovely work and so glad to hear that you were paid extra. I too am not good on the pricing. I love that you have used a selection of fabrics and designs for the notebooks
They look fantastic.
Excellent work - I particularly like the denim ones. Setting a price isn't one of my strong points either!
Love them. You did a wonderful job. I'm with you as far as pricing things. My husband always says that I do not charge enough. I just have fun making things!
I am glad you made it in time and that you received twice as much money. They turned out perfect.
Love them! The red, in the center, flowers look like silk ribbon embroidery. Is this a design of yours? I still want to make at least one journal cover for this trip but time is getting close!!! Great work!
Yes, it is. You shoule really try a cover. Once you have the measurements right it is a piece of cake. It's the choosing of fabric and designs that take the most time.
Very nice. Love the choice of designs. Would like to know where you found the design for the note book cover.
I made it up. Just folded a piece of tear-away over the notebook and used that as a pattern adding 1 cm at all sides. I made an ITH design for the smaller A5 ones, but do these larger ones on the sewing machine. Embroidering one on one machine and sewing the other with my sewing machine.
Thank you for that information. I will do that myself, never thought to do it that way. Thanks again.