This MacLeod of Lewis genuine tartan cloth notebook has 192pp of 80gsm cream paper, with left page plain, right page ruled. With a ribbon marker, an expandable inner note pocket, elastic enclosure, a leaflet about the history of tartan, and a colourful bookmark with a brief history of the MacLeod of Lewis tartan. Cloth supplied by tailors and kilt makers Kinloch Anderson. Comes in a lightweight biodegradable bag.
Scientists, thinkers and writers in the Scottish Enlightenment used 'commonplace notebooks' to record thoughts and ideas. Many British writers such as Virginia Woolf and Arthur Conan Doyle continued to use them. Tartan belongs to Scottish heritage and culture, and thrives today both at home and overseas. There are now over 7,000 tartans officially recorded in the Scottish Register of Tartans located within the National Archive of Scotland. Waverley Books (Waverley Scotland) are delighted to innovate on the commonplace notebook idea with the Waverley tartan notebooks bound in genuine tartan cloth supplied by kiltmakers and tailors Kinloch Anderson, Edinburgh, sourced from weavers in Scotland, and the Borders.