Note Book Cover Sewing Pattern

note book cover pattern

Let’s dressed-up your note book and personalized it to your taste with a new cover!!!! Sew a book cover for you Notebook by using this note book cover sewing pattern.

I made mine after buying a cheap notebook from the stationery shop! Why spend more on the cover that I will throw away upon finished up the whole book? I salvaged some left over fabrics from my stashes to sew it, which I can use it repeatedly, book after book. Look familiar? You are right! Those left over fabrics are from my trifold floral wallet project. Now, I have a set of matching wallet with a note book!!! What’s next, may be a bag? May be, thinking, thinking, planning, planning!!!

sew notebook cover

This pattern is for A5 size note book, if you have other sizes, don’t worry, you can still adapt to this pattern or you can make a non sew-up back cover with a strap for adjustment to suit different width. Read further for more info about how to sew this note book.


note book cover pattern

{CLICK HERE to get the Note Book Cover Sewing Pattern.}

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  1. That is so pretty! Thanks so much for the tutorial, I’ll be linking.

  2. Your work is always so pretty! I linked to your tutorial over at Craft Gossip Sewing:


  3. I really like this notebook cover but it looks a bit difficult for me… =( I have problem understanding the picture and the tutorial…

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  5. Hiya, is there anyway i could purchase this notebook cover?

    many thanks Sam

  6. sublime j adore merci jojo

    Translation (by Google):
    I adore sublime thank you jojo

  7. can i order a note book cover from you?

  8. Thank-you for the heads-up, I needed that help:)

  9. what kind of cloth did u use?

  10. hi..i also wants to purchase this kind of book cover from you for my Daily Lesson Plan Book…please give me your detail.

  11. oh yaa its reallly good

  12. It`s amazing ,your blog is beautiful

  13. I am having a little trouble with the left and right side lining portions… as far as I can tell, the inside edges as well as the left and right edges of the centre linning are left raw? Is that correct or is there a step I am missing?

    • Yes, Roxanne, you are right, I left them raw as the fusible interfacing will protect it from fraying. If you don’t feel comfortable, you may add a 3/8″ seam allowance, fold it down and top-stitch it.

  14. I so love this site and have only spent five minutes looking at it. Would love to receive more inspirational ideas! x

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