Four times each year we create a new Quarterly Edition and they tend to sell out pretty quickly. To avoid missing one, and to save some cash, you can purchase a year-long subscription to receive two packs of the current Quarterly Edition, plus two each of the next three, as they are released.
Frequently, you’ll receive subscriber-exclusive items and other goodies with your shipments. Occasionally, you’ll also receive an extra shipment (like this, for example) when we have something special to share. We’ll also include two 3-Packs of our classic Kraft Memo Books with your first shipment.
Subscriptions are $97 and all shipping to USA destinations is included. When Editions are released, subscriber packages ship first.
If you are looking to renew a current subscription or pre-order one that starts with a future Quarterly Edition, you can do so here.
In the spring of 2016, we surprised all our active subscribers with free Commemorative Reprints of our very first editions, Butcher Orange and Butcher Extra Blue, and we personalized them by printing each subscriber’s name on the belly-band!
Watch fall arrive as you open the covers this edition. Three green books, “Sweet Birch,” “Chestnut Oak,” and “Red Maple” open to reveal the trees’ fall colors in custom-duplexed French papers. There’s graph paper inside, and they’re wrapped in a birch veneer bellyband. (Subscriber Extra: Set of 3 buttons)
Workshop Companion is a boxed set with six books to help you with all those DIY projects around the house. Wood Working, Automotive, Plumbing, Gardening, Painting, and Electrical books on French “Kraft-Tone” stock, in a custom slipcase with decal sheet. (Subscriber Extra: Toolbox Magnet)
Sales of this Quarterly Edition benefited the Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum. Featuring a variety of hand-set wood type designs in a variety of colors on mixed French papers, these have our standard graph paper inside and are bound with copper staples.
A mystery right up until they’re opened! Each 3-Pack is hidden in an opaque black sleeve with a random selection of three of six bright new versions inside. You didn’t know what you ordered and we didn’t know what we shipped.
Our first “Note Book” sized Quarterly Edition included an “Arts” book with a wine-colored cover and alternating plain/ruled pages, and a “Sciences” book in slate gray with plain/engineering graph paper inside. Both are packed with useful facts and subscribers received a pair of matching 1½" buttons.
This edition sports an icy-blue gradient that carries across three very glossy UV-coated 120-lb Appleton Utopia One covers. The insides are graph paper on a Finch Opaque 50-lb text stock, tinted a different color in each book; light green, light blue, and cool gray.
One 3-Pack for Ales and one for Lagers feature heavyweight New Page Sterling Premium 120# covers with a “soft touch” varnish. Each of the six books represents a different brew, with a brief history of each style on the back cover. Subscribers also received a handy 6-Pack carrier.
Covers made from French Construction “Blacktop” 100# cover paper with grey text and three groups of constellations highlighted in silver holofoil on the back. The insides are Finch Opaque “Bright White” text paper, with a grey “reticle-graph” pattern.
Our first edition to feature full-color photographic covers; “Spacious Skies,” “Amber Waves,” and “Mountain Majesty” are printed on a meaty 15pt coated-one-side cover stock with 1960s imprecision. Inside is Finch Fine “Soft White” paper ruled in “looseleaf blue.” A vintage-style water-transfer decal was also included.
Hi-visibility “Antarctic Survey Orange” front cover and “Polar Night Black” back cover, with a subtle varnish effect featuring a topographic map of Antarctica. Body pages feature dot-graph graph paper. Printed on waterproof, tear-resistant Yupo Synthetic Paper.
Paying tribute to the door-to-door salesmen who moved product and kept the American economy humming throughout the last century, this edition features “Hot Fudge” covers from French Paper printed with a metallic gold ink and embossed logo. Interior pages are “Eye-Ease” green with green and red ledger rules.
Perfect with peanuts and Cracker Jack, “Day Game” features foil-printed Outfield Green, Infield Brown, and Hardball White 100# French Paper covers with dot-graph paper inside. The edition also includes Field Notes Brand Books’ first release, “A Drive into the Gap” by Kevin Guilfoile.
National Crop goes back to our agricultural roots with a custom-boxed set of six notebooks paying tribute to America’s top six crops; corn, soybeans, hay, wheat, cotton and sorghum. Each book features a different French Paper Co. cover and tan graph paper inside. The box also includes a handy reference poster and a 3" patch for your overalls.
This wintery edition featured our first ever coated cover, Mohawk/Smart Kromekote with “Icy Silver” text and an embossed logotype. The interior pages are our first colored paper, with a white grid on light blue-gray 50# Finch Opaque text paper.
A celebration of forestry and lookout towers with covers hand-printed on a vintage Miehle vertical press on French Construction “Electric Red”, with the “Fire Spotter” logo on the back. This edition also included a temporary tattoo.
A hard-working edition, these featured a Neenah 120# duplex cover with “Indigo Blue” on the outside with a vertical linear finish and “Jefferson Nickel” metallic silver type, with grey on the inside. (Subscriber Extra: Carpenter Pencil)
Our tenth Quarterly Edition looks like our regular Dur-o-Tone “Packing Brown Wrap” 3-Pack with graph paper, but omits our logo and includes a sheet of dry-transfer lettering, allowing you to customize the notebooks with your own text.
The outside cover was letterpress-debossed and varnished, black-on-black. The charcoal-colored inside cover was printed in black on a vintage offset press. The 3-Packs came surrounded by a lovely French Paper “Butcher Orange” belly-band.
50 versions (a 3-Pack for every U.S. State) in the colors of County Fair ribbons: blue, gold and red, with a sweet and hardy linen textured cover and metallic type. Each book is packed with information about its state.