* oilcloth

Posted on April 29th, 2004 by maitreya. Filed under Sewing/Fabric Crafts.


I’m up in Boston for the weekend, visiting old haunts and finding new places. On the recommendation of someone over at Craftster, I went by Otro Lado in Cambridge. They have all sorts of neat stuff, including oilcloth bags and pockets and placemats of all sorts. They also had oilcloth by the yard, so I bought myself some. Martha’s got a few neat oilcloth crafts, like:

Where to start? I might do the eyeglass case since I just got some new ones.

You can also get oilcloth on the web from Oilcloth International, including the pattern I now own half a yard of, Sweden.

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