Genuine Leather Holder for Field Notes Pocket Notebook and pencil

February 21, 2017

Genuine Leather Holder for Field Notes Pocket Notebook and pencil

Some FIELD NOTES news...we like Field Notes so much we thought we'd make it a little jacket.  We think it adds another dimension to this iconic brand.  And when I say we made it...we 'actually' made it using some old leather off-cuts, not any old off-cuts but real calf leather with a rustic, oily feel and very, very supple, stitched on our old Singer 99 with bonded thread.  This actually is a prototype but has already had some good feedback from customers in the shop.  The Field Notes pocket notebook slides neatly into the open side, keeping it secure and safe whilst the pencils held in the sheaf type opening at the top. The pocket note book can be easily removed by holding the inserted pencil pulling between thumb gaps - an added bonus!  We can actually make these to any size and will be making some others for Silvine Originals Pocket Notebook, which we love too.  Let us know what you think?  These will retail in the shop and online very soon.


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