Jaime and I love to work with oilcloth/laminated cotton and we are thrilled to see more and more beautiful patterns popping up from all the hot fabric designers. And how about chalkboard cloth? What a brilliant invention! So yes, oilcloth is awesome but it can also be tricky to work with because it has it’s own set of rules. What foot do I use? Can I iron it? All your oilcloth questions are answered in Kelly McCants new book Sewing with Oilcloth: 20 patterns that make sewing with oilcloth easy, fresh and fun. Kelly can also be found at Oilcloth Addict and Modern June. So you can pretty much say that Kelly wrote the book on oilcloth, literally and figuratively.
Read on to see more of Sewing with Oilcloth and see who won a copy of the book and a package of oilcloth from Kelly!
Get comfortable with the supplies needed to make oilcloth easy… and some tricks to go without the supplies!
Love these storage bins, I could use a few of these in every room of the house.
oilcloth bias tape! So easy, who knew?
And a “man project” that a man might actually use. Fantastic!
Love the detailed illustrations for each project.
The winner of Sewing with Oilcloth: 20 patterns that make sewing with oilcloth easy, fresh and funis…