Frequently Asked Questions
Is there a minimum order quantity?
Orders must have a minimum of 15 units. For orders less than this please contact us for a price.
Is a Moleskine made of moleskin?
Moleskin fabric is made from cotton, which is sheared to create a smooth textured surface that feels like the skin of the soil loving mole. Soft and hard wearing, it is a popular alternative to fabrics like wool or linen. But if moleskin isn’t made from sustainably farmed moles, then what is it made of?
What is the meaning of Moleskine?
Moleskin is a heavy cotton fabric, woven and then sheared to create a short, soft pile on one side. … The word is also used for clothing made from this fabric, as well as adhesive pads stuck to the skin to prevent blisters. Clothing made from moleskinis noted for its softness and durability.
Are Moleskine notebooks made of leather?
Perhaps not yet, but Moleskine seems to be trying really hard to become unhip. True, the notebooks are durable, they have the backing of the late Ernest Hemingway and Vincent van Gogh, and they’re even “vegan.” (They’re made from cardboard and oilcloth and not from dead moles.)
Where are moleskin notebooks made?
Designed in Italy and manufactured in China, Moleskine points out that China has the “world’s most longstanding tradition in the production and processing of paper,” and the China that makes their notebooks is the one that invented paper and a great tradition of book binding.
Who used Moleskine notebook?
The Moleskine notebook is, in fact, the heir and successor to the legendary notebook used by artists and thinkers over the past two centuries: among them Vincent van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Ernest Hemingway, and Bruce Chatwin.