Kendal & Hyde leather notebook cover

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I love these Kendal & Hyde leather notebook covers – particularly the wide sleeves into which you slide the notebook. The broad sleeve at the back means you don’t get writing bumps when you write towards the end of the book.

They come in various sizes, colours (two of them are black and natural) and styles, and are very well designed. I see also that they are on sale at the moment.

I have never ordered from them but I see they do international shipping. They also have a great ‘About Us’ page, and a blog.

If any of my readers is familiar with this brand, I would love your input!

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Categories: Bookbinding, Diaries and Journals, Notebooks

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  1. I own a Kendal & Hyde satchel, from one of their Kickstarter campaigns, as well as a belt. The satchel has aged just wonderfully, and the quality is superb. I would have bought a journal cover but they aren’t the size I need at the moment.

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    • Thanks for that Michael – now I really want one! What colour are your satchel and belt?

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      • The satchel is in whiskey and the belt is natural. I love the whiskey color, and it has aged wonderfully, taken on a very rich tone. I had to use a fair amount of leather cream the first couple of weeks to condition it and for water resistance, but the effort was worth it. It started out very stiff, but loosens up and gets softer over time.

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