Paw Prints — Musgrave

Hitting the Beach

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

Notebooks by Word.Notebooks are opinionated. Most of the lines have ruled paper, supplemented by bullets. They even have a key on the inside cover to give the user a bullet system. Equally, the bullets can be ignored and the book used for random notes. I do both - I like a good list, but have been known to write long streams of observation too. A pack of three for £10 is outstanding value for money.

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Nero’s Update

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

This is just about the only time that we offer the odd discount - as Clare clears the way for all the new stuff. A spring clean if you will. I’ll send out a mailer with all the bargains, before the end of the month.

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Gorging on Graphite

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

It’s rumored that our great-grandmother named this premium line “Harvest” after the yellow harvest moon. It is a hex pencil, straight-grained for easier sharpening.”

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Pencil parade...

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

I love a good pencil, me. Emphasis is on good though. Scratchy pencils - you know, those ones that seem to have a grain of sand in them as you write - well, they can take a running jump, frankly. But a pencil that writes smoothly, has a decent darkness to the line yet holds its point over many lines of writing...? Well, that's every pencil-lover's dream, isn't it?

Let me give you a flavour of 9 different pencils and what they're good for. Some of them are definitely writing pencils. Some of them are softer and at a push, could be used for sketching or doodling.

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