When I finish one, I can take it out of the cover and pop another one in.
Both sides have flip-out panels, so no matter which way the paper folds out, there's a panel underneath it. There's a silver elastic down the centre spine to hold it in, and a white ribbon to hold the whole thing closed in my bag.
This fabric was a dress I bought (cheap) for a French themed dinner party. I never really wore it in real life. Looking at it now, it's kind of funny how much the sketches look like Yogi and me. They are even the kind of outfits that I wear (when I'm not in paint covered sweats). The dress looks much better on a sketchbook cover than on a person.
I learned a few things that I'd do differently next time, but overall I'm totally happy with it.
Tomorrow morning I leave for Wells! The camper van is packed full of art supplies and fun toys (guitar, good books and music). I've prepped a ton of canvi. Ten days of sketching/painting/yogaing/camping. Beam me up!