Hi everybody,

I am coming to share finished Ladies journal full of hats..
I really hope you will like it.Before I will forget, this journal is for sale on my ebay:

All useful links will be down bellow:
Intro for my video I made on Panzoid website. Thankx to Dung Tran for great template. Link here:

I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
That was fun 😀

You can find me:
facebook: http://www.facebook.com/zebytygl
Instagram: @zebytygl
Blog: http://zebytygl.blogspot.co.uk/
Etsy: http://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/BohemianCrafting
Ebay: http://www.ebay.co.uk/usr/zebytygl
Pinterest: http:/uk.pinterest.com/zebytygl

Thank you so much for stopping by.

Hugs Eva xx

28 thoughts on “Vintage Ladies journal full of hats + journal sewing tutorial

  1. Loved your hats journal! So many beautiful details about it, so much creativity! And the tutorial is great too, I will have to try that binding method! Thank you for sharing this with us 🙂 <3

  2. I love watching your videos and creations … TIP — cut a piece of corrugated cardboard – carefully peel off the top layer of paper – automatic 'lines' – add ink and stamp away. These corrugated boards come in different sizes so you can have different spaced lines (only ink lines needed size of tag being used). Glue any type of handle to top portion of your new line stamp to 'hold' it. (I made quick handles by folding a piece of cardboard in half — high enough to fit nicely in my hand — glue together except edges —
    leave 1" unglued on the edge – fold both sides out and glue atop your 'stamp'. Works great. Don't have to clean in between – gives you a vintage look as well.

  3. Stunning Eva, just loved it …. Thank you for that tutorial on the end as well, my goodness that looks amazing, and obviously it's time consuming .. But I will give this a try very soon… I loved it all.. tfs xox Hugs Fi

  4. tysm for the binding tutorial. are your covers just front and back separate? maybe you can sneak in a tutorial somewhere how you add the covers? I love everything you do.

  5. Hello. I just discovered your videos and love them. Your work is beautiful and I love this tutorial. Your personality is great and you make it so much fun to watch and learn. Thanks!

  6. I love your journal! Loved the binding video! What do you feel is the advantage of that kind of stitching? I want to try it. Does it help pages lay down better to journal? Thank you so much for sharing

  7. This journal is AMAZING (as are all your journals!). It was so fun seeing all the hat ladies and your wonderfully creative pages. Thanks also for the tutorial! Very helpful! Question: Do you continue to weave over and under the entire length of the book?

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