6 COLORS - A6/Hobonichi/Midori MD Black Pebbled Leather Trifold Notebook Cover
-Designed for the Hobonichi Techo and other similar sized A6 notebooks
-Made from pebbled Minerva Box vegetable tanned leather cow leather
-Trifold design with solid brass snaps
-Burnished and finished leather edges
Our Minerva Box leather is available in 6 colors, please refer to the last photo for reference.
PEN LOOP SIZE
Pen loops of the cover have a circumference of about 6 cm.
COMPATIBLE REFILL SIZES
This notebook cover is made for A6 notebooks with a size of 105mm x 148mm x 15mm (4.1"x 5.8"x 0.6"). The recommended thickness of the notebooks would be 12mm (~0.45") to 18mm (~0.7"). If you would like the cover to anything thicker or thinner, we would gladly make a custom order for you.
*Custom sizes available
Stitching Method - Hand-stitching vs Machine-stitching
Hand-stitching - The traditional method saddle makers use to make horse saddles, also known as saddle stitching. This method is known for its durability and elegance. Leather items are sewn stitch by stitch by hand. The stitch line of hand-stitched items is slightly raised resulting in a more dimensional look. Hand-stitching is a very time-consuming process, resulting in a higher cost.
Machine-stitching - Although machine-stitching is not as elegant as traditional hand-stitching. Every item from us is carefully stitched together using a machine. We use a much tighter stitch length compared to hand-stitching to create a neat and tightly-packed stitch line that's very difficult to recreate by hand. This method allows us to price products lower and provide more value. Yet, still being able to provide a durable product of top quality materials and craftsmanship.
About the leather:
Made from wonderfully tanned vegetable tanned cow leather. Vegetable tanning is a traditional way of tanning using tannic acids naturally found from plant species. The natural appearance before painted, has a slightly brownish tinge over a beige color, with a natural, woody and earthy smell. Due to the nature of the tannins, a unique patina will develop and "carmelize" over time.