1. Disassemble a Moleskine Cahier, which is fairly easy.
2. Number the pages in pencil, this is important. You are working with pages that have already been back trimmed, and therefore the first and last leaves are wider than the center leaves. If you don’t put them back in the same order, you will get a ragged edge.
3. Flatten the pages and run them through your laser printer, first one side then the other. If it is a vertically fed machine, you may have to do it one page at a time, to keep the machine from grabbing more than one page or printing crooked.
4. Reassemble the pages in the order they were originally.
5. Resew the pages, using a blunt needle with a wide eye, crewel needles work well. For thread use something thick, like carpet or button thread. (of course bookbinding needles and thread are useful). Moleskine sewing involves starting INSIDE at one end, zig zagging through each hole to the other end and then starting back through the same holes and ending where you started. Tie a knot.