Special Edition A5 week-to-view diary, with dated double-page spreads from January 2022 — December 2022, plus a week either side. Also includes year overview page for 2022 and 2023, and an 8-page dot grid section for notes. 

Now in its sixth year, the Mark+Fold Diary is appreciated by stationery connoisseurs around the world and we are proud to gain new converts each year, many of whom tell us they will never go back.

For 2022 we are creating a very special limited edition in natural linen, which has been hand-bound at the Wyvern Bindery in London, and screen-printed by hand. Featuring a classic typeface that celebrates the beautiful form of the number '22.'





The Mark+Fold Diary layout is the result of extensive research into existing diary layouts, and in-depth discussions with our customers about what they felt was and wasn't working for them.

We focused on providing a clear 'picture of the week' using elegant, clean typography and neat 'zoning' of the page. We have kept things as simple as possible, with a view to offering structure without being prescriptive. The aim was to inspire you to make plans and feel excited about getting organised, but with the freedom to build your own 'system' — one that works for you and your life.

Read more about how we designed the Mark+Fold diary.



We use a fountain-pen-friendly 120gsm paper, which is super smooth and a beautiful, warm off-white shade. It is made sustainably in Scotland at an historic paper mill renowned for its high quality papers, made with water from the nearby River Don. 

All our notebooks and diaries are bound in thread-sewn sections with cold glue, resulting in a book that is as robust as it is elegant. The cover is attached via a strong 'hinge' front and back, rather than having any stiff glue applied along the spine itself. This allows for beautiful flexibility and a perfect 'layflat' for the most comfortable writing experience. 

All Mark+Fold stationery is expertly made in the UK and Europe, using FSC-certified papers. 



Our stationery Editions are individually numbered in pencil, and wrapped by hand at our London studio. If you'd like to request a specific number from a batch, we will always be happy to oblige, subject to availability. Read more



Each year we list the next year's diary for pre-order from Springtime onwards. As a small independent business, this allows us to place supplier orders with confidence and in return for our customers' loyalty and support, we offer pre-order items at a special price.

Pre-order customers are given first choice of colours and special number requests, on a first-come-first-served basis. We do often sell out of popular colours, so we recommend placing your order early to avoid disappointment.

We generally list the diary for pre-order from January of the previous year, and pre-orders close in the first week of September, when we start sending out our first copies. If you'd like to be kept updated about pre-orders for next year, please join our mailing list.




Special Limited Edition, designed in London, hand-bound in London, September 2021.

FORMAT A5 (210 x 148 mm / 5.8" x 8.3"), 120 pages.

Week-per-double-page layout, plus year overviews and 8-page section for notes (dot grid pages).


Pages 120gsm vanilla smooth, ideal for fountain pen, milled in the Lake District, UK.

Cover natural linen book cloth.

The provenance of all our materials is thoroughly researched and we only ever consider using papers that are FSC-certified.


Thread-sewn in sections, using cold glue binding (opens flat to 180 degrees).

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Mair D. (Wales, United Kingdom)
Beautiful & Useful

This diary sits at my desk at home and is a pleasure to use.
It is tactile and engaging and the high quality paper with clear layout mean that I am drawn to write in and look at it every day; sometimes just for the pleasure of doing so.
Mark + Fold have a clear winner - a subtle refined everyday luxury

Sarah (England, United Kingdom)
Best diary ever

I love using it; I love having it on my desk!
Everywhere I go, people ask me where I got it.