Thursday, March 3, 2011

Dresden Plate Notebooks

Dresden Notebook Covers

I'm so happy with how these turned out! I've made notebook covers before, but this was my first time making Dresden plates. And yesterday I found grid notebooks... I think I'll have to make another one for me.

Punctuation Notebook Cover

Fabric: Punctuation by American Jane for Moda


Innocent Crush Notebook Cover

Fabric: Innocent Crush by Anna Maria Horner for FreeSpirit and Kona Coal from Robert Kaufman

16 comments:

Obsession With Online Tutorials said...

Ohhh please tell us that you will do a tutorial for these please...

Shannon Margaret

Dianne said...

So cute!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

I might even start writing again if I had something THAT CUTE! Nice.

Jessica said...

Love, love, love. Especially the innocent crush one. I echo the call for a tutorial :)

Robin Hill Quilts~Eileen G. said...

I love the American Jane combo~so pretty!!! I would love a tutorial~
♥ Eileen

badlandsquilts said...

oh those are just FABULOUS!

Sara @ Sew Sweetness said...

Beautiful! I love them! That is so creative!!

amy and the bad cats said...

oh, these are fantastic, and a tutorial would be great. i mean, i could sit down and figure it out, but i'm soooooo lazy.

Bry said...

These are fabulous! Especially love the AMH one!

Sewhappy said...

Now they look so lovely, it is so special to have something unique in a mass produced world. Beautiful.

Shelley said...

Beautiful work! Where did you find gridded notebooks??

Becky said...

LOVE THEM!!! You need to do a tutorial on this!

Laurie said...

SO, SO cute! Must make one now!

Rylee Kettner said...

these are totally awesome! I love seeing new ways of using Dresden plates, I am totally obsessed with them now.

suemac said...

I bought a journal at the Border's closing. This sounds like a good project to build a cover.

Jacey said...

These look awesome! I love the dresden plate.