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Afghan Daybook Cover

Had this cover made by a local tailor in Afghanistan, to give me place to carry a pen and a pencil. Also has velcro strips for adding name tag, flag and badge. Every year I wash it and put it on my new daybook. It's the US Marines pattern, but it's close to the Canadian one.

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Padre! This is great. I'm definitely getting one made. Thanks for the idea.

UBIQUE

Anne Pham
1 Royal Canadian Horse Artillery

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Good idea. I like the idea of using velcro to attach other items. These are easy to make with a pattern that is adaptable. I've made dozens for sketchbooks. I use the instructions in this patter http://www.embellishmentvillage.com/store-detail.php?cat=15&ID=0 I just don't do all the fancy embellishment. The cover can also be made reversible but then wouldn't have the pockets for pens, which can easily be added to the pattern.

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I love this hack and I'm going to do one similar to this for my husband, a US Army veteran

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Afghan Daybook Cover