Liberty London FabricsIrmaWeeks Cover Only

    This cover is customers’ favorite from the Hobonichi Techo 2018 edition.

    *Weeks planner book sold separately.

    This cover features a beautiful Liberty Print textile from the venerable British fabric brand Liberty Fabrics.

    “Irma” is one of the most popular designs in the Liberty print lineup. Red and yellow wildflowers are delicately painted over a white background, giving the botanical image an artistic, hand-drawn feel.

    The cover interior is made with pink-beige leather and contains a gold zipper. Because the inner pockets have flat zipper pulls, they won’t damage the cover of the Weeks book you store inside.

    The zipper pull is a simple charm attached with white leather.

    This cover is made with Liberty Fabric’s own "Tana Lawn" material, a meticulously processed cotton fabric with a uniquely silken feel.

    *Due to the construction of the cover, the material along the spine may become slack when the cover is opened flat.

    *To learn more about the compatibility between the Hobonichi Techo Weeks Mega and the Weeks covers, see here.

    About Liberty London Fabrics

    Liberty London Fabrics is a fabric brand from England founded in 1875 by Arthur Lasenby Liberty (1843-1917), who discovered the beauty of Japanese art during a World’s Fair in London in the 19th century. The company originated as a small import shop withoriental ornaments and fabrics. The delicate silk and intricate hand-dyed art were praised by followers of the Aesthetic Movement, and in the 1880’s, Liberty began printing high-quality cotton textiles as a way to recreate sturdy versions of the delicateEastern silks. In the 1920’s, Liberty developed their original “Tana Lawn” cotton material which feels and looks like silk and has a lightweight structure that allows it to drape beautifully. This is the origin of Liberty, which has created intricateprints bursting with color and complex designs ever since.

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    Styled Images: Kimiko Kaburaki / Product Detail: Hiroyuki Oe
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    Liberty London FabricsIrmaWeeks Cover Only



    Size W: 120 x H: 208 x T: 23 mm / W: 4.7" x H: 8.2" x T: 0.9"
    *Excluding zipper pull
    *Specifications may vary slightly
    Weight Approx. 175 g
    Main materialCotton

    Please Read Before You Buy

    In order to provide you with the most satisfaction for your product, we've compiled a list of warnings, potential issues, and tips to keep in mind for this particular product. Please be sure to read this information carefully before placing your order.

    Actual specifications may vary from listing

    Each item is individually assembled and sewn by hand by a factory worker. Best efforts are made to ensure consistent sizes and specifications, but there may be slight differences.

    Color and print may vary slightly

    This material is first printed or dyed and then later sewn onto the cover. While colors are designed to be consistent, there may be uneven coloring or slight shade variances between covers. This may also happen across a single cover, such as a pocket compared to the rest of the cover. In addition, on rare occasions, there may be small black or white dots visible on the print. This is an unavoidable aspect of the manufacturing process.

    Pattern alignment varies by product

    The patterned fabric has not been aligned to a specific layout, so the placement of each design will vary by product. The product will not be an exact replica of the one in the product photographs.

    Avoid pulling the bookmark charm or tassel

    Please use caution and avoid pulling the charm or tassel on the end of the bookmarks, as it may cause them to rip off.

    This cover is meant to be fitted with one side of the Weeks book cover

    This cover is designed to hold only one side of the planner book cover. Forcing both sides of the book into the cover will place stress on the book spine and may cause ripping or hinder the zipper.

    How to use pen holder

    This pen holder works by holding the clip of a pen. Certain pen sizes may make it difficult to close the cover zipper.

    Pen holders are rigid at first

    The pen holders are rigid at first, making it difficult to insert pens. You can speed up the breaking-in process by rolling the pen holders in your hand.