This inconspicuous, 6" wide by 6.5 tall" by 4.5" deep bundle conceals a journal that folds outward and takes the form of a Swiss cross that measures 68" in length and has a grand total of 38 pockets. Because of it's size it was impossible to get a full on photo of it.
Bottom of journal.
Journal panels in progress.
I probably won't make a journal quite this big again but it was fun and the design itself works flawlessly. Each pocket holds pages for journaling and folds nicely back together.
This journal is ready for adoption in my Etsy shop.
Over the weekend I got hit with an idea for another 'bundle' style journal and like a puppy with a new toy, once I had it in my grasp I couldn't let go of it. I had to see if what I envisioned in my mind could actually be sewn and created and after many hours of tweaking and measuring and fussing, I finally got the idea to work and the prototype I've been working on since Sunday is starting to come together. I am quite pleased with how it's turning out. I don't have photos yet but they are coming soon.
In the mean time I've decided to send 2 of my journals out into the world should anyone want to adopt them. These 2 hold a special place in my heart, but life being life there is always something needing to be replaced and or repaired....I'll leave it at that :)
And I am so excited to share this with you guys. Yesterday Brittney's exceptionally talented boyfriend, Scott filmed my first ever journal flip through video which you can find here.