MD Notebooks are created using traditional thread-stitching bookbinding methods, with 16 pages of paper folded into a bundle and stitched down the spine. This bookbinding method ensures that the notebook opens fully and is highly durable. MD Notebooks do not have a cover, allowing this craftsmanship to shine through.
The blank notebook is the ideal format for writing down ideas freely as they come to you, or even using a double page as a canvas for your thoughts.
The ruled lines format provides a bold centerline so that the upper and lower pages can be used separately. Split a single page into two or a double page into four to arrange your notebook how you like, for writing memos, keeping a diary, or inserting dates for use as an appointment book.
The grid format features a 5mm square grid based on old Japanese manuscript paper. The grid is characterized by the small gaps between the squares. There is also a mark every five or ten squares to make counting characters even easier.
For each type of notebook, MD have added a different coloured bookmark, adding a subtle colour accent.