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Book Cover / Project Cover

Why is this called a Book Cover/ Project Cover? 

Answer, easy because you can use it for whatever purpose you choose!

I have multiple ones that I have embellished, one for EPP projects, one on my diary/planner, one that I use for travelling (especially on airplanes)

 The Zippered mesh pockets keep everything safe and within easy reach

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Kit includes: 

 

• Simple instructions to make your book cover/project cover/thread holder 

• Pre-cut felt base (with 2 pocket zippered mesh bag)

• Leather snap closure

• elastic 

• Pins and Needles 

I have been asked why that name, and it is because as with many of our items, they can be used in different ways. With this one, you can simply embellish it for a notebook/diary cover, placing the extra felt pieces where you want them, they are big enough to hold business cards, the elastic can be stitched in and used as a pen/ pencil holder, whether you use the zippered mesh bag is up to you. For a project bag, you have options of putting the extra felt where you want them, they can become holders for needles or pockets for scissors, the elastic can again be stitch where you want or not at all, it’s up to you to be creative. And, of course the zippered mesh bag has been designed to hold your thread or your projects. Holds up to 40 Sue Spargo Wonderfull threads. 

Finished Size: Closed 19cms x 23cms. Mesh bag 35cm x 21cm, Fits an A5 Notebook, up to 22cm x 18cm

NOTE: These kits come with the pre-cut felt and findings. Any fabric or embellishments are not included.

 

blank canvas to express yourself 

Examples of a embellished 'Book Cover's'

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