* Mrs Eliot Books notebooks

Posted on October 15th, 2009 by maitreya. Filed under Wants.

I am always on the look out for new graph-paper-related things, and an Etsy search turned up these cool patchwork graph paper notebooks from Mrs Eliot Books.


And not only that, but you can buy it in a set with a second lace-themed notebook.


Done and done.

Got them in the mail yesterday, and was slightly disappointed by the quality, though.  The pages look hand cut and are kind of loosely tied into the cover, and it seems a little on the flimsy side.  The patterns are cute, though.

One Response to “Mrs Eliot Books notebooks”

  1. giselle Says:

    bummer… as a math teacher, i am addicted to anything graph paper. target sells some great “thank you” notecards with a graph paper grid pattern printed on the front.


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