Doane Paper Grid + Lines Utility Notebook - Small - Garage Series - Pack of 3

Doane Paper Grid + Lines Utility Notebook - Small - Garage Series - Pack of 3

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Made in the USA, the sturdy, rustic Doane Paper notebooks and notepads are perfect for jotting down your thoughts, ideas, and doodles. The pages inside are printed with the distinctive and versatile Grid + Lines pattern which features wide (legal) ruled line spacing and 0.125 x 0.125 inch grids. The wide ruled lines are a bold blue color, while the grid lines are a light blue.

When Doane Paper founder Chad Doane walked into his garage one day, he was inspired by the colors of an old skateboard, navy Vans, a hammer, and an extension cord, and the Garage Series was born. These Utility Notebooks feature 20 pt chipboard craft covers, and their beautiful texture is even shown through the cover text. The notebooks contain 24 sheets (48 pages) of 60 lb text stock paper that are printed with soy-based inks. They are bound by a rugged 3-staple saddle stitch binding.

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The paper is very smooth...
November 24, 2014
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The paper is very smooth and pretty fountain pen friendly, with little feathering and bleeding on the page. This notebook definitely ranks up there with the best in terms of paper quality and ink friendliness.
Quality paper...
October 27, 2014
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Quality paper
Awesome notebooks! I...
July 28, 2014
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Awesome notebooks! I got them to use in my traveler's notebook setup, and I've been very impressed with the paper performance. I've been using a fine-nibbed Kaweco Ice Sport fountain pen loaded with a Kaweco brown cartridge, and aside from the moments when I've lingered a few seconds or run over a line too many times, there's been no bleed and very little show-through.

I know the grid+lines setup is Doane's thing, but if this paper existed in a blank version or dot grid version as well, I'd be all over that. As it is, I'm still liking the notebooks.