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Lama Li Pocket Hemp Notebook (4.75 x 6.25)

The Lama Li Pocket Hemp Notebook is handmade in the mountains of Nepal. The paper is made from the bark of the "Lokta" bush, which is a fully renewable resource that can regenerate in just a few years, helping to preserve the eco-system of Nepal. The wrap-around cover has a ribbon-tie closure and is made exclusively with hemp fibers. Completely tree-free and filled with 120 sheets of off-white paper with deckled edges, the Hemp Notebook is perfect for sketching, writing, and recording impressions of your journeys.

  • 120 sheets
  • Hemp Cover
  • Deckled Edges
  • Ribbon Tie Closure
  • Off-White Acid-Free Lokta Paper
  • Item #: pll220

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Lama Li Pocket Hemp Notebook (4.75 x 6.25)

Lama Li has drawn from the surrounding beauty of the fertile Kathmandu Valley of the Eastern Himalayas to create handmade papers for over 20 years. Lama Li's vision is to promote traditional Nepalese handicrafts, with an aim towards improving welfare for the Nepali people. Lama Li paper is made from a renewable resource- the lokta plant, and proceeds from sales help support rural economic development projects in Nepal.

Lama Li Pocket Hemp Notebook (4.75 x 6.25)

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Soft Cover

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Number of Pages
120 pages (60 leaves)

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4.75 x 6.25 inches

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Acid-Free (pH Neutral)


Lama Li offers a beautiful collection of colorful stationery. Handmade in the mountains of Nepal, Lama Li papers are made from the bark of the "Lokta" bush. Famed for its long and resilient fibers, "Lokta" creates an extremely durable paper with a subtle sheen and a smooth surface. As a fully renewable resource, "Lokta" regenerates new growth in just a few years, helping to preserve the eco-system of Nepal