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Knitting notebook

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

Why am I keeping a knitting notebook? Because knitting with my mum - whether at a "Knit and Natter" group or just the two of us sitting knitting together - has brought us even closer, and I know I will want to look back on that journey in the future.

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Field Notes Vignette

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

From the guys at Field Notes:“Two stippled “Charcoal Gray” books and one super-bright “Terra Green” book make up each 3-Pack. We’ve also included a set of Field Notes-themed insert cards for you to play around with, to see how the “Vignette” personalization system works. But after you try those out, get to work on your own. Because that’s what this release is really all about.To that end, there’s a tool in each pack to frame and crop existing images (or fabric samples, maps, anything flat, really) to the proper size. We’ve also made a simple web app to shoot, adapt,...

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Gather ye rosebuds while ye may

Posted by Scribble Monboddo on

Stay well, and keep in touch with your neighbours.

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5E Character Journal

Posted by Stuart Lennon on

We have had these in stock since Field Notes released them. This is what they said:”HAIL, AND WELL MET, ADVENTURER!We present thee with the Field Notes 5E Character Journal, a handsome tome for the fifth edition of “the world’s greatest roleplaying game,” Dungeons & Dragons. It is specifically designed to help you track your D&D character’s statistics, spells, weapons, treasure, history, and more. The 64 pages feature room for all data normally found on a character sheet, and more, including plenty of space to document your adventure level by level.We’ve been making Field Notes for well over a decade now,...

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Analogue v Digital - to do lists and random notes

Posted by Amanda Fleet on

Analogue. Not even the merest whiff of digital!

I've never got on with any digital way of keeping track of 'to do' items. For a start, I often need to have them linked to a specific day or week, and I don't use a digital calendar, so that's a bit of a non-starter. And even if I did, the learning curve needed to work out how to have a task assigned to a specific day or week is so much more than writing it on a Post-It note and sticking it in my diary. Or just writing it on the weekly list in my diary.

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