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Lovely kits :D
I have an Eastpack one which is lasting extremely well after a few years of being thrown around - looks like this:...
I see what might be painkillers... I imagine they are one of the most useful things to a teacher! :D
Yep, cheap and easy to work with :)
Ah, nice stuff :D
Treme. Love the music :)
Where did that pretty thing come from?
Great thread, great pics.... thanks guys :cool:
Found it... not trying to hijack your threadz Corny, just thought you might fancy trying a new pattern or two.
Rubbish photo sorry......
I wouldn't send it in unless you mark it sentimental, then they might be able to get it serviced and working nicely for you but will just return...
Lovely stuff Corny... really enjoying seeing your cornmail infestation! It takes me back to when I got in to mailing about 20 years ago.
I used to...
Scandal. Can't help myself :D
I had a Buster too - had to have him put down when he was only two. Broke my heart in to bits.
Sorry you lost your boy too... sometimes they are...
Sure looks like one :D
Maybe this one: http://www.billykirk.com/products/no-078-zip-wallet-brown-with-brown-interior
For A6 size I'd probably go for a standard Moleskine or Fauxskine :D
I imagine 2mm would be a little thin, but 5mm would probably work. The 52mm is nice and snug - you don't want it lose so I wouldn't go bigger....
Brilliant actually, very bright for several hours :)
Started collecting them in the eighties... managed to kick the habit by the late nineties!
Got a couple of coffin boxes full of all sorts. No...
I've got a fairly decent version of one those fishing bit containers. Ebay, about £4-5 IRC and it's still going strong a few years later. Your...