Tag: paper

10 things you need to know about moleskine notebooks

Moleskine Notebooks – 10 Things You Need To Know

1 Despite the name they are not actually made from mole’s skin or leather but from polypropylene, a material commonly used in book coverings. After some concern about PVC in the covers…
history of papermaking

The History Of Papermaking Part II

Click here to read Part I of the History of Papermaking Papermaking from the 18th to the 19th century Introduction In an earlier blog, we looked at the development of paper from…
what is seyes paper?

Q&A: What Is Seyes Paper?

A simple explanation of how this seemingly complicated French paper ruling system is meant to work Summary It is a question that many, if not most people, will ask when confronted by…
the history of paper part 1

The History Of Paper Part I

From the 1st to the 18th century The wasps and the bees The history of paper provides a fascinating insight into the shifts in world power and industrialisation over the past two…
reasons to switch to dot paper

3 Reasons To Switch To Dot Paper

Have you ever wondered what the fuss about dot paper is about? As a dot paper convert of many years I thought I would share my feelings on dot paper and give…
paper styles

Q&A: Paper Rulings Explained

What are the main types of paper? You could spend all day covering every last detail of the different paper rulings that are available, but we have narrowed the choice down to…
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