Sewing with Oilcloth Giveaway

on September 13 | in Contests & Giveaways, Products | by | with 543 Comments

Modern June, also known as Kelli McCants, has grown her business by leaps and bounds since we first noticed her cute, vintage-look oilcloth aprons over five years ago. In addition to selling a wide variety of oilcloth fabrics Kelli is now out with a new book, Sewing with Oilcloth. The book includes twenty patterns for totes, bibs, tablecloths and more, and Kelli shares all of the sewing tips she’s learned over her years of working with oilcloth too. Today Kelli shows us how several of the projects in the book can be made with cotton (our specialty!), and how many of the patterns we have in the shop can also work with oilcloth.

Comment for a chance to win Sewing with Oilcloth. Kelli will send one winner a signed copy of the book along with some fat quarters of oilcloth and laminated cotton! Do you love oilcloth and the newer laminated cottons? Have you sewn cute raincoats or splat mats or more? Is your machine baffled by oilcloth, leaving you with more questions than finished products when you try to sew (Kelli can help!)? Do you have any patterns you’re excited to try in oilcloth? Tell us your thoughts and we’ll select a winner later this week.

While Sewing with Oilcloth is all about sewing with oilcloth, there are a bunch of patterns that can be made out of cotton! Here are my top 3 projects that are screaming out for some Sew,Mama,Sew! fabric!

1. Garden Apron
How wouldn’t love a garden apron out of the this brand new cotton fabric line, Natura by Alexander Henry. With all the prints available in this collection you can use a different print for each layer of the very functional apron. I would substitute the oilcloth binding for your own handmade bias or the ready-made bias you have in your stash. You’ll want 1/2” double fold bias to complete your apron.
2. Custom Seat Cushion
I am completely ga-ga for the cotton canvas from Kokka! I can see a lovely kitchen nook adorn with fruity seat cushions. The seat cushion pattern in Sewing with Oilcloth uses snaps instead of a zipper; I did this so the big foam cushion could easily slide in and out of the finished oilcloth cover. So if you’re like me and you are zipper-phobic then you’ll love the seat cushion pattern. This is one of the many customized patterns in the book. I walk you through how to make your own pattern so you can use your measurements to make a one-of-a-kind project.
3. Mommy and Me
I can’t tell you how much I love these little Field Friends! I think my Mommy and Me apron set would be totally adorable in this fun organic cotton. Just think about all the memories you’ll be cooking up!

There are also lots of fun patterns that could easily be made up in oilcloth, especially if you use the tips in the book:

1. The Eva Sewing Basket from Hemma Design would be so great made in oilcloth. By doing so the you could use it for paints, just wipe it all down when it gets messy.

2. I love every single one of Amy Butler’s patterns, but I’ve really had my eye on these Gum Drop Pillows, I want to make a few with her laminated cotton. That way my kids can eat in the living room with out me fussing all the time. Don’t forget she has two great patterns for laminated cotton rain coats. Love!

3. I just love the Cover Up sewing machine cover from Empty Bobbin, it would be so darn cute made in oilcloth! Color blocking with oilcloth would be really fun, think floral, dots and gingham all mixed up together.

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543 Responses to Sewing with Oilcloth Giveaway

  1. Kim says:

    Really looking forward to laying with oilcloth!

  2. Nancy says:

    I have oilcloth and haven’t decided what to do with it yet.

  3. Alexandrea M says:

    I’ve never sewn with oilcloth, but I am thinking of making some pads for a friends changing table when they have their baby, I think the options are great!

  4. Skye says:

    This would be awesome!!! Would love to have a go at oilcloth using this as a tool. Love, love, love.

  5. Marshall says:

    I haven’t sewn with oilcloth before, but I really can’t wait to get my hands on some and play with it.

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  7. Kelli says:

    I am intrigued and intimidated by oilcloth and would love to try an apron. I also love the idea of AB’s gumdrop pillows – what a great project.

  8. Brianna says:

    My mom made a super cute wine bottle bag out of Oil cloth. I have been wanting to give it a try myself just need some ideas.

  9. Erika says:

    I have been wanting to take up sewing and I love oil cloth. This is the first link I looked at and I know it was a meant to be click to find this fabulous book. I would love to try making some splat mats and even some fun place mats for the kids.

  10. Janice butler says:

    Love the book. Would love to try some fun projects for my kids in oilcloth.

  11. Amanda says:

    I think oilcloth is fantastic! I have 2 small children and would love to make everything they touch out of it!
    The book looks awesome!

  12. Ginny says:

    I’ve always been an oilcloth fan, but a bit afraid of it. I would LOVE a copy of the book.

  13. Nicole Sender says:

    I made tablecloths out of oilcloth many years ago but haven’t used oilcloth recently. You have inspired me to get back at it.

  14. Deb says:

    Just finished making an Anna Maria Horner bag with some of her laminate. Sure could have used some tips along the way regarding how to work with it! Struggled a bit, but it came out OK in the end.

  15. Darice says:

    I have never worked with oilcoth, but I’d love the chance to get into trouble loving some of it! Thanks for the giveaway on this super creative book!

  16. Kate says:

    Thanks – this is great. I have a cpuple yards of lovely oilcloth and soem ideas for a lunch bag and smock for a fiends child, problem is the project keeps getting slipped back because I’m too scared to start.

  17. Eve Grand says:

    I have always wanted to make splat mats out of oil cloth. I have several oil cloth totes that I just love and I’d love to make more. It is such a humble cloth and the colors make it inviting.

  18. I find oil cloth endlessly fascinating!
    The bright colours and shiny surface help, I guess!
    I’d love a peek into that book!
    Great give-away!

  19. Melanie C says:

    This book looks fabulous! I would love to try sewing with oil cloth!

  20. Kristin M says:

    Looks like fun. Thanks for the chance.

  21. Blossom says:

    Hope it’s not too late to enter! I’ve never sewn with oilcloth, but I love the retro look of it!

  22. Christy says:

    cool!

  23. michelle says:

    LOVE working with oilcloth. My daughter made a wonderful bag and I have sewn a raincoat and rainhat set. What fun to work on more oilcloth projects with this new book!!

  24. quilary says:

    A while ago I bought a fat quarter on a whim. I tried to make a lunch bag, but it didn’t turn out so good! This book would be sure to give me some great tips. Thanks for the chance!

  25. Martha says:

    I would love to work with oilcloth…with guidance from this book!

  26. Lotti says:

    I love oilcloth, I want to make some reusable lunch bags and I’m sure this book would give me loads more inspiration

  27. SarahV says:

    Right on! I have been wanting to find a book on oilcloth sewing! I have been experimenting on my own with it to make bibs and art smocks. My neighbor and I have been having a blast w/ it and I would LOVE to find more ideas than what we have been doing! Thanks for the chance to win.

  28. Veronica says:

    I love oilcloth and the new laminated cottons in bright modern prints. I just bought some oilcloth to make some place mats. I would love to win this book so I can get even more great ideas of what to sew with this material.

  29. Laurie M says:

    Oh I would love to win this!I love to sew.

  30. Kim hubbell says:

    I see so many uses for oil cloth but have never tried working with it. This might be the inspiration I need!

  31. Pippa Gore says:

    I tried sewing with oilcloth once and gave up because it would not feed through my sewing machine. I’d love to give it another try especially if I had some tips!

  32. Deanna K says:

    I have some oil cloth I bought, but have no idea what to do with it. would love to win this book. I want to make some snack bags for my kids

  33. Katrina H says:

    We don’t get many good prints here in Canada so I have yet to buy something cute in oilcloth. I’d love to though!

  34. Brenda says:

    Looks like a lot of fun projects to try!

  35. beal says:

    Haven’t tried oilcloth but would like to! Thanks for the giveaway!

  36. Sallie says:

    I would love to win! The sewing machine cover looks great. Thanks for the giveaway!

  37. I make toiletry bags and knitting bags with laminated cotton and ripstop nylon but would love to see her book to get more ideas!

  38. bwilliams says:

    I have been wanting to make some cosmetic bags for gifts and a travel kitfor my husbands toiletries. Seems that oilcloth might serve the purpose quite well.

  39. leslie Schneemann says:

    i would love to win this book. I am interested in making reusable lunch and snack bags.

    Leslie S.

  40. Rebecca says:

    I somply adore the versitility of oil cloth!

  41. Jacque says:

    What fun! I’d love to try an apron, or seat cushions for my vintage glider on my porch! Thanks for the chance to win!

  42. Jamie says:

    This book fills a real niche for sewists. Thanks for opportunity to win it.

  43. Heidi says:

    There are so many projects I’d love to try with oilcloth but I must admit I’m a bit nervous to try it. Maybe I should read this book and jump in.

  44. Sara says:

    this is definetly an area I need to branch out in!

  45. Carrie says:

    I’ve never sewn with oil cloth, but I want to learn!

  46. margie says:

    I love her selection of oil cloth and laminated fabric …. I just need to know what to do with them!

  47. Indianna says:

    I have big plans for a big oil cloth bag.

  48. Ann says:

    I would love the book! I have some fun polka dot oilcloth as a table cloth but would like to sew some cushions, bags, raincoat???

  49. Erika Ann says:

    I would love to expand my knowledge with oilcloth and its many applications………..whoo hoo winter time projects

  50. Char says:

    OMG! I need this book! seat cushions, aprons, bibs, totes ~ this book and a couple of weekends & I could have all my Christmas presents made. Oilcloth fascinates me! (am I a freak?)

  51. Zoe says:

    I would love to learn to sew with oilcloth. So many things I could make with that! Thanks for the chance to win the book.

  52. Asta says:

    I think I’d like to make some covers for my pottered plants inside and outside. A small bag to put ones swimming suit and shampoo, etc that would be good too.

  53. Deb says:

    I was given a raincoat pattern for my birthday but haven’t been able to purchase the fabric for the raincoat. So, a raincoat it would be for me!

  54. Jeckabee says:

    Oilcloth would be fun to try. Such neat project ideas and inspiration…

  55. Jayne says:

    I have never used oil cloth. I want to try it! I didn’t realize that there were so many cool laminates out there! I must try this!!!

  56. Kelly Jo says:

    I would love to try sewing with oilcloth! I’ve eyed some fabrics before, but always been nervous to jump right in! Winning this book would be the perfect motivation! My daughter could use a new art smock and my son some bibs, considering he’ll be starting solids soon! The easier to wipe off the better!

  57. I have sewed with oilcloth a few times. It’s great for making things like little zip cosmetics/toiletries bags and swimbags for the kids. I’d love to make some totebags too.

  58. Lindsey says:

    I have never sewn with oilcloth and would really love this book. It looks like such fun!

  59. angelina says:

    love those pillows!

  60. Shannon says:

    I have never sewn with oilcloth, but would sure love the opportunity to learn!

  61. Laura says:

    I’d love to make some tote bags!

  62. Jodi Guerrero says:

    I have not yet tried sewing with oilcloth. I’m seeing more and more neat patterns out there using oilcloth, so I’m gathering my courage. I’m also a new grandma so right there gives me a whole list of useful things I could make for him. I’d love to win the book and learn to sew with oilcloth.

    Thank you for the giveaway and a chance to win.

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

  63. Liz says:

    Travel bags! Bags for makeup, toiletries, etc. I haven’t gotten to use oilcloth yet (just laminated cotton) but it looks like so much fun!

  64. Carolyn says:

    I am addicted to oilcloth and laminated cotton. They are the perfect fabrics for bags, home accessories and lots of fun stuff. They are not difficult to sew, if you know a couple of key tricks, and the best part is they don’t even need to be hemmed – unless you want to. I’d love to win this book!

  65. Susan Cepin says:

    Oh, I just LOVE oilcloth! Pick me! Pick me!

  66. LoLoJo says:

    I have been thinking of using oilcloth to recover my barstools. I haven’t ever used it, but would love to.

  67. Alison says:

    What a fantastic and useful book!

  68. Amy G. says:

    I want to try sewing with oilcloth!

  69. Elizabeth says:

    Oil cloth…perfect for life with kids! Would love to win this!

  70. Alaundra says:

    I love oilcloth! At first I was baffled by it and didn’t know the difference between it and vinyl, but I find it much more exciting than vinyl. It’s such a wonderful and versatile textile.

  71. Christie says:

    I’ve been wanting to make a raincoat for a long time, but I’ve been too intimidated. I’d love to win this book. It’d be the just the motivation I need to jump into the project. I’d be obligated!

  72. Sharon says:

    I would love to try oilcoth, even to just make a simple reusable lunch sack.

  73. Ellen says:

    I have many ideas and this book would take me down the lane to seriously explore! Oilcloth is something I want to use to replace deckcushions but that is just the tip of the iceberg of possibilities! Would love to win this book!

  74. MJ says:

    I have 2 toddlers, so I’d love to cover my house in oilcloth just so it’s easy to wipe everything down! :)

  75. Melanie H. says:

    I’ve never tried oilcloth or laminated cotton, but I’d love to learn how it’s done. I’m really itching to make a spill-resistant diaper bag!

  76. jackie says:

    oilcloth is great to use, much easier than sewing plastic, more flexible. but not good if you make a mistake, not as forgiving as regular fabric!!!

  77. catherine says:

    I have bought some oilcloth, but am still nervous about sewing with it, so this book would be wonderful!

  78. MarciaW says:

    My Mom wants an oilcloth tablecloth so would be great if win and get some pointers from the book.

  79. Sandi says:

    What a great giveaway. Have been wanting to line one of my American picnic baskets so I will give it a go.The book looks great with so many ideas!

  80. Christine says:

    I don’t think I’ve ever seen oil cloth, but I am interested in finding some and try to make a lunch sack.

  81. Laura says:

    I haven’t sewn with oil cloth either, but have been curious about it.

  82. Erica Childs says:

    I have oilcloth and would love to win this book to make a project!

  83. grayson says:

    I never have tried sewing with oilcloth but have drooled over some of the projects I’ve seen on blogs! Would love to try out some bibs as my 10 month old is self-feeding and creating quite an amazing mess!

  84. Addy says:

    I’ve never sewed with oilcloth, but I’d love to try!

  85. Christine M says:

    I’ve never heard of oilcloth before. Perhaps I’m just behind the times!

  86. Caren says:

    Those gumdrop pillows are amazing! But my first project would be lunch and snack bags for my kindergarten son. Definitely. I hate going through so many ziploc’s!

  87. Sarah K says:

    I have never used oil cloth in a project, but I would love to learn!

  88. Suzie says:

    Wow. I love the gumdrop pillows! Such a neat idea! And so many more ideas on here!! Thanks!

  89. sorabeni says:

    i have some oilcloths but haven’t had any idea what i wanna make with those. this book would help me a lot! please!

  90. I would love to learn how to sew a raincoat, but all the other projects sound equally interesting. I’ve never sewn with oilcloth before as it seems a little scary as a fabric to me.

  91. Loullabelle says:

    I have to agree with several of the comments here, I’ve always loved the look and practicality of oilcloth but always felt too intimidated to try making anything with it!! Would love a chance to put some of my oilcloth demons to rest.

  92. lisa says:

    Oh how wonderful! I would love this! I have really wanted to make placemats and tableclothes with oilcloth. I love the idea of making the sewing machine cover with it. I think I would also like to make a flat screen monitor cover as well. Ooh and banners galore!!!!!!! Thanks for the giveaway!

  93. duff says:

    I’m almost ready to dive into this area! I have seen some really cute oilcloth at my LQS but I’m just not sure what to do with it! This book looks like it will answer that question!

  94. Alison H. says:

    Like many of the commenters, I’ve never sewn with oilcloth before. I’m not sure why (other than the usual financial restraints on my fabric purchases!), because I’ve seen several projects I’ve really wanted to try with it. I work with babies/toddlers/young children so the water resistance and easy cleaning of oilcloth are very appealing factors for me. This book looks like it would be a great introduction to oilcloth projects. Thanks for this giveaway opportunity!

  95. Kailynn says:

    I love making oilcloth makeup bags, but I would be interested to see this book and what else people are turning it into.

  96. Tammy says:

    I really like oil cloth but have never sewn with it. Just by looking at the cover, I know I’d love to have this book! Thanks for the give-away!

  97. Cat says:

    Lovely !! it is fun to sew with oilcloth, i made a couple of lunch boxes with it… just need a strong needle !! Thanks for sharing !!

  98. Jessica says:

    I made a tablecloth out of some beautiful oilcloth as my first ever project using oilcloth. And now I’m hooked! I am ready to try any new project with this fantastic fabric, and I really want to get my hands on some laminated cotton. I am VERY interested in this awesome book and in some great fabric to work with!

  99. Anya says:

    I’ve always had the idea of using oil cloth to make throw “rugs” for my wood floors. I hadn’t thought much beyond that until I saw this book!

  100. Jens says:

    I’ve done some sewing with oilcloth already – for example a large market tote which could be wiped from the inside and a swimming tote which had an inner pocket lined in oilcloth, so wet swimming trunks or towels wouldn’t wet the other things in the tote.

  101. Linda S says:

    What a great idea for a book–can’t wait to get a look at it. Thanks for the giveaway . . .

  102. Joanne says:

    I have never sewn with oilcloth but would love to learn.

  103. Lori says:

    I haven’t did any sewing with oilcloth but i’d like to startt! So many fun ideas!

  104. Alix says:

    I love oilcloth – now that I have a walking foot for my sewing machine it is just great! I hope I win the book…

  105. Charlie says:

    Wow this looks great I love the colours, very interesting projects!

  106. Charity says:

    I first even heard about oilcloth about a year ago. Ever since I have been wanting to give it a go. I would love to make some lunch sacks for my kiddos. I hope I win! :)

  107. Aurélie says:

    Wow, what an amazing give-away, again! I didn’t dare buy oilcloth yet, because I’m afraid to mess up. But to make all those oilcloth projects would be sooo cool to do!

  108. m says:

    Oh the fabulous new oilcloth designs. I have lots of patterns to work up in oilcloth, but how? The book looks to have all the how-to’s I need.

  109. Elle says:

    I am really interested in learning about how to sew with oil cloth and laminated cottons – especially because I love the idea of making my own diaper covers and wetbags out of them for when we have a baby! I’m excited about this book – thanks for the chance to win!

  110. Jeannette says:

    I remember oilcloth from my childhood and it was mostly used for tablecloths. This is very intersting!

  111. katevet says:

    Oilcloth is great. Thanks for a great giveaway!

  112. Erika Spence says:

    Oil cloth! OH THE POSSIBILITIES!!!!!!!!!!!

  113. Stephanie says:

    I just purchased some oil cloth and would love some new projects!

  114. Renee says:

    Would love to try a few simple patterns before tackling some more involve projects for my autistic daughter. I have been looking to try sturdier fabrics for both accessories and clothing since she is very hard on everything she touches. I wonder if oilcloth could be used for clothing as well. LOL

  115. Holly Atherton says:

    I never even thought about using oil cloth! Now I am very interested! What a bunch of amazing books!,

  116. Wendy says:

    Would love to try sewing with oilcloth!

  117. jeanne reynen says:

    This book would be so helpful. I’m going through an oilcloth sewing phase right now!

  118. chelsea says:

    I have never sewn with oil cloth, what a great giveaway! I’d love to do some lunch bags or snack bags so I can finally ditch the tupperware.

  119. Pat K says:

    I have made placemats for my grandsons out of laminated cotton. They are so easy to wipe off instead of having to add to the laundry. I would love to try oilcloth…maybe make a tote bag. Winning the book would be great.

  120. Audrey says:

    I have oilcloth, but I have been afraid to use it! Would love a copy of this book to work through my fears!

  121. Tiffany says:

    Love oilcloth. Hope I can WIN this.

  122. Cecelia says:

    I’ve been thinking about oilcloth for lunchbags, but have been a little afraid of it too. WOuld love to try it!

  123. KimD says:

    I have always wanted to sew projects with oilcloth – especially projects for my children. The idea of making them things that easily wipe clean is very appealing. ;-)

  124. Fenna says:

    would love to win this book!!! I’d love to give oilcloth a try :)

  125. fern says:

    I would love to win this! I’ve dreamed of sewing a raincoat or stuff for my kitchen with oilcloth but have never tried!

  126. 2shews says:

    I have been playing with oilcloth lately, would love some ideas!

  127. I’ve never tried sewing with oilcloth.
    But I would love to give it a go :)
    Scottish Greetings
    Shippy

  128. Keri Always says:

    I’m just learning to sew and would definitely benefit from this resource!

  129. Angela says:

    Here in NM I always see a great selection of oilcloth and would like to make some things for my home, but I’m scared of it! This book looks great.

  130. Amy says:

    Love the idea of sewing with oilcloth. Already make my own lunch totes and snack bags, would like to make some with oilcloth. Having never used the fabric I am sure Kelli’s tips would be helpful.

  131. Marcia says:

    I love oilcloth, and would love to know the secrets to sewing with it!

  132. Brooke says:

    i’ve been wanting to try oilcloth and this book looks like the perfect way for me to get my feet wet!

  133. Andrea says:

    I would love to have a go at some of the projects in this book, so thanks for the chance to win it!

  134. TracyLea says:

    Oilcloth and laminated cotton is definitely an area I want to get in to since I have a 19 month old and a second due in November. Bibs, splat mats, changing pads, wet bags, and pillows not to mention that raincoat idea sounds pretty cool. I have no experience sewing with laminated cotton or oilcloth so the book would certainly be helpful.

  135. Alana says:

    I have some cherry print oil cloth that I have been saving for a rainy day. Maybe literally? Love the raincoat idea.

  136. Lesley says:

    I must have that book! There’s so much I want to do with oilcloth. I would definitely make the sewing basket, the pillows, and the machine cover. Ah! Those pillow look like so much fun!

  137. Barbara says:

    I’ve never tried sewing with oilcloth. It has always seemed a bit daunting to me, but I would love to learn how to make a raincoat!

  138. Lesly says:

    I bought some oilcloth but am afraid to cut into it – help, I need an intervention! In the form of this book!

  139. mbmeadows says:

    love this book! hope i win!

  140. Cheryl says:

    To be honest, I’ve always been afraid of oilcloth. Love that we have so many more options now!

  141. Robyn G says:

    I would love to win a copy of this book! Thanks for the giveaway.

  142. Stacy says:

    I’ve never sewn with oilcloth but I’ve had my eye on it for a few months. I’m a little intimidated but with all these pretty projects I think it’s time to dive in!

  143. Lee says:

    This book looks wonderful! thanks for the giveaway. I would choose laminated cotton and make a sewing machine cover!

  144. Chris says:

    I would love to make some gifts with oilcloth – would love the laminated cotton for some lunch bags!

  145. Jenny says:

    I’ve been wanting to get started with some Oilcloth projects, so this might be my chance! I hope I win! Thank you!

  146. doreen says:

    LOVE Oilcloth, there is not a more fun fabric to work with!

  147. I love the idea of making the Eva sewing basket with oilcloth. I am in a painting class and it would be perfect for carrying my supplies.

  148. Sarah B says:

    Hi! I’m new to your blog, and new to the sewing world. I registered for and received a sewing machine for my wedding (two months ago), and am having a lot of fun learning how to use it (I’ve made lots of curtains for our new house.) My husband just started his first year of medical school and I spend many long hours at home while he is in school and studying, so sewing is a great way for me to keep myself busy. I am always looking for new projects, and have never sewn with Oilcloth, but would love to learn! I’d love to have Kelli’s book (and more importantly, her advice) to begin to learn! Thanks!

  149. Kris says:

    I’ve never sewn with oilcloth, would love to try!

  150. jessica w. says:

    I love the idea of the sewing bag,but I think my first need would be a new makeup bag with an oil cloth interior

  151. Wendy D. P. says:

    I’ve been eyeing laminated cottons for a while now! I’d love to win this book and try my hand working with it!

  152. Qwilt says:

    Wow, looks fantastic. I haven’t sewn with oilcloth, but not having done something has never stopped me before! Jane

  153. Erin says:

    Truthfully, I am a little scared to work with oilcloth/laminate cottons. The fact that you should not pin then makes me nervous that they won’t line up when I start sewing. I really want to try the Bapron (Baby Apron) at Craftiness is Not Optional. I think it is so cute and would work great for my 16 month old during dinner time.

  154. I’ve never sewn with oilcloth and still don’t own any. Would like to make raincoats for the kiddos someday.

  155. I have always wanted to try this. I have seen soo many cute ideas and inspirations but I have never worked with oil cloth and really need the 101 class. The book looks great I will have to check it out!

  156. Martina says:

    I would love to try a makeupbag for travelling!

  157. Becky says:

    I would love to win this! Thanks for the opportunity and for a great blog.

  158. Lorri says:

    Very cute! :) I’m interested to see the other patterns in the book.

  159. Debbie P says:

    Gosh, love that book. I haven’t sewn with oilcloth but would love to try. there are some great patterns out there using it.

  160. Lisa says:

    A sewing machine cover is right up there on my need to make list, I am planning to do it in oil cloth but have never used it – perfect timing to find out about the book – looks great.

  161. Rhonda says:

    Confession time…I have not tried to sew with oilcloth or laminated cotton because when laminated cotton first came out I was watching some show and they said it was only for the very experienced. That has left me very intimidated….and while that is out of character for me, I have never tried. They are so beautiful and I can imagine that ripping a seam in them would ruin them. That would break my heart, so I just haven’t tried.

  162. Jill B says:

    I haven’t sewn yet with oilcloth – this would be a great book to help me over that hurdle!

  163. Michelle says:

    Hi – I love oilcloth but haven’t been game to sew with it yet – this could be just the thing to make me start!

  164. Really cute! I love the gum drop pillows! Those are super stylish! I would make those if I win!

  165. Suzie says:

    I’ve had a bit of oilcloth sitting in my stash for ages but I’m still a bit baffled about the best way to use it – so this book would be so useful! I’d love to know more about sewing with oil cloth because the oil cloth choices out there are so gorgeous and it would be so much fun to make use of them!

  166. deborah says:

    oh! i’ve been wanting to sew with oilcloth! thank you for the chance to win, so i can learn how!

  167. ellen says:

    I love the Sewing with Oilcloth ideas. thanks for the giveaways!

  168. Bev jones says:

    I’d love to explore a new fabric. I’d love to make a cute little kitty placemat for my ” grandcat”. She eats with gusto somedays and an oilcloth placemat would my her prrrrrrrrr!

  169. Kate clarence says:

    Oh my this sounds brilliant, my messy toddler has been through 2 cotton aprons already, I think oilcloth could be the solution!

  170. deb says:

    I would love to win this. I’ve brought a piece of oil cloth but am too scared to cut it!! It’s hideously expensive here ($55/metre) so like gold :)

  171. Kim says:

    I have been interested in sewing with oilcloth for a while and here is a book about it! I can’t wait to check it out.

  172. stacey says:

    There are very limited oilcloth for sale in my area. I would love to make interesting items with oil cloth!

  173. Stacey says:

    I’m yet to venture to sewing with oilcloth and would love to win to help me take the leap!

  174. bruinbr says:

    This book looks great! I have been wanting to sew with oilcloth/laminates, but have been too scared! Thanks for the giveaway!

  175. Staci says:

    What a fabulous looking book – going to have to pick that one up!

  176. I would love to try and make a few bibs for my son as he is a very messy eater at 1 :)

  177. Angela says:

    Hello!
    I’d love to learn more about sewing with oilcloth! I’m interested in making shower bags/cosmetic bags, my old one is on it’s last threads :)
    Thanks for the chance to win,
    Ange

  178. Melissa says:

    I love the fabric suggestions matched to some of the patterns from the book! (especially the Field Friends print- just gorgeous!) I will definitely be checking this book out for some pattern ideas using oilcloth. I have never actually used oilcloth before but I am inspired to give it a try!!

  179. AJ says:

    I adore oil cloth, esp now that there is more variety than years ago.

  180. Caroline says:

    I have some oilcloth in my sewing room that I’m too scared to use because I’ve never sewed with it before. Oh it’s just gorgeous… I bought it because I love the idea of using it… but what if I mess it up?!! I would love to have a copy of this book – some inspiration and instruction are just what I need!

  181. SewCalGal says:

    The Sewing & Oilcloth book looks like a fun book. Thanks for sharing insights.

    SewCalGal
    http://www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

  182. Anita W says:

    Oilcloth sounds interesting. I think I will have to give it a try.

  183. Stacey says:

    I’m relatively new to sewing and have never attempted any oil cloth sewing, but would love to give it a go!!

  184. amy r says:

    lovely! i’ve never sewed with oilcloth and so want to try!

  185. Olivia says:

    I love the gumdrop pattern idea.

  186. Bree says:

    I have never tried oil cloth so no clue what to make! I do want to make reusable snack bags for the kids lunch but looking forward to some inspiration

  187. Angelina says:

    I love the cover with the banner, very cute!

  188. Anna Dorothy says:

    i definitely want to get into oilcloth sewing. love it.

  189. Brenda says:

    These projects look like great fun!

  190. Estela says:

    Very neat! I love oilcloth!

  191. Cheryl Korman says:

    These look like fun patterns & fabrics. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  192. Tong says:

    I would love to try sewing with oil cloth, especially a cute little rain coat for my cousin maybe? Would love to win this book, there seems to be a ton of great projects. THanks for the chance!

  193. Kim d. says:

    Oooohhh! I’ve been eyeing this book! I made my first oil cloth bib ten years ago and have loved the stuff since, so fun! :)

  194. Alice says:

    what an exciting book! I often lust over beautiful vibrant oilcloths but never buy because I think “but what could I make with that?” despite the fact that oilcloth seems so useful and practical, and now here’s the inspiration.

  195. Kirsten says:

    I love the vintage potential of oilcloth. I’m thinking a roll-up picnic set with matching picnic blanket that can just be hosed off after use…

  196. I’m sold on the front cover. Gorgeous!

  197. Sherrie says:

    I can’t wait to make my MIL a tablecloth for the cabin! She’ll be so surprised!

  198. Linda says:

    Oilcloth makes me think of the “old days,” when that’s what everyone used to cover their kitchen tables! Oh dear. That makes me old enough to see it as a come-back! Thank you for the opportunity to win the book, which surely has many fresh, new ideas for sewing with oilcloth.

  199. angelina says:

    ive never owned any oilcloth. this would be a super win!

  200. Veronica says:

    Wonderful! I know how to make my own oil cloth, but I’ve never gone beyond a table cloth!

  201. SewLindaAnn says:

    I do have some chalk cloth that I haven’t tried yet, but no laminate. I checked out a covered cotton today that was like $18/yard. and out of my pocketbook range. Love to learn about using these specialty fabrics. I’d love to be able to get some to make a bag to carry to tennis matches.

  202. Stephanie says:

    so fun!

  203. Sarah S. says:

    I adore oilcloth, but have trouble finding it in stores in my area. I would love to have a copy of her book and learn her ways!

  204. I absolutely have to have this book. I have always been too intimidated to try sewing with oilcloth but I can’t help but drool over all of the possibilities…my first project would probably be a seat cover for my messy toddler in the kitchen!

  205. Larissa says:

    I’ve never tried this, but I’d so love to!

  206. jennifer t says:

    I love this idea. I have wanted to try sewing with oilcloth but haven’t given it a try yet. Now is the time!

  207. nopinkhere says:

    Wow that looks fabulous! I’ve been hesitant to sew with those fabrics because mistakes seem to be so final. Maybe this would get me over that fear.

  208. Lindsay says:

    I’ve never used oilcloth before,but would like to give it a try. I have a 1 year old daughter, and would love to make her some new bibs.

  209. Jocelyn says:

    I’ve never used oil cloth, but this book looks awesome! Thanks for the giveaway.

  210. I LOVE oilcloth and would love to win this book! Thanks for the giveaway!

  211. This book looks so cute. I haven’t sewn with oilcloth yet, but it looks like so much fun. Your description of the custom window seat mades me want to go right out and buy some snaps.

  212. bree says:

    great book!

  213. Candi says:

    Ooooh…would love to give it a go!

  214. Cynthia I says:

    Ooh. This would be wonderful. The book looks fantastic. I would love to experiment with these fabrics. With 4 kiddos there is lots of areas that could use some protection!

  215. Linda says:

    I love oilcloth and can’t wait to get my hands on this book!

  216. Miranda McKown says:

    I do have a quick question…do I need to have a surger for sewing with oilcloth?

  217. Jan says:

    I have never sewn with oilcloth but always wanted to try it out. What great project ideas!

  218. Laura says:

    I haven’t tried sewing with oilcloth yet but I would love to try! Maybe a bag to keep my swim stuff in so the water doesn’t leak out!

  219. Emmmylizzzy says:

    I love oilcloth but haven’t sewn with it all too much. I mostly buy large cuts and use them for splat mats and tablecloths. Would love to expand my repertoire!

  220. Jill A says:

    This book sounds fantastic. I’ve never worked with oilcloth before, but this sounds like the inspiration needed to start this new adventure.

  221. Ingvild says:

    I haven’t tried sewing with oilcloth before – too nervous, I guess! But it really would be nice to make an oilcloth apron for some of those very messy projects…

  222. Miranda McKown says:

    Oh my goodness! I just asked my favorite little fabric store where to buy oilcloth and they had no idea! I have 2 little girls and I have been chomping at the bit to make stuff out of oilcloth/laminated cotton. Like…I don’t know slip covers, sheets, rugs…that’s my mind set with toddlers! :) Really, I don’t even know where to start, I am just SO excited that I checked this blog today!!

  223. Kris says:

    One of my local shops carries laminated cottons now and I’ve never worked with oilcloth but I love the versatility and utility it offers. Sounds like a great a book. If I don’t win I will have to check my local bookstore!

  224. Crystal says:

    I have a piece sitting in my stash that is calling to be used but I’m a little intimidated. I’d love this book! Thanks for recommending and sharing.

  225. April says:

    I have never tried sewing oilcloth.. but would love to make cute fun raincoats for my kids!

  226. AnnaPK says:

    Raincoats?!? That would rock!

  227. Diana W says:

    I’ve always wanted to work with oilcloth. These projects sound fun!

  228. Beth Mc says:

    I would absolutely love this book! Have been seeing more ideas of projects with oilcloth and can’t wait to try them.

  229. Amy says:

    Looks like so much fun!!

  230. Rose says:

    I’ve been dying to find out how to make an oilcloth cover for a chair with a booster seat on it! My poor vintage chairs can’t take children’s abuse! ;) I’ve never sewn with oilcloth though, maybe this book will help me out. Can my serger take it?

  231. Jessica L. says:

    I’ve only made a changing pad in oilcloth but look forward to making an apron and a lunch bag. Thanks.

  232. Jessnmary says:

    I’m having such a hard time getting my sewing machine to sew through oilcloth! I really want to make a cute oilcloth apron!

  233. Georgia says:

    I didn’t even know what oilcloth was until now! But I’d love to give it a try. :)

  234. water works says:

    I would love to make a bicycle basket for my little girl. The oil cloth would pop, and be easily maintained!

  235. LindaSonia says:

    Oh boy, please enter me in the giveaway to try and win this book. I’d love to see what’s between the covers. I want to sew a box-style lunch bag. A friend brought me a souvenir oilcloth bag from Harrod’s after a trip to England and it’s on it’s last legs.

  236. Joey says:

    Oh please!:) I just got an old restaurant booth for the dining room and would love to make the cushions with this! Perfecto!

  237. tsigeyusv says:

    What great ideas. I can see uses for the Amy Butler pillows, for aprons, and for those very cute fabrics. I need to get some sewing time soon!

  238. Dianne says:

    I so want to give this prize to my future daughter in law.

  239. I love it all! I am really, really, really wanting to get my hands on some laminated cotton. Just can’t wait to try out some of your ideas. Love you blog!

  240. amorette says:

    i have never tried sewing with oilcloth or laminate but i would love to try, and this book makes it look very tempting! with a toddler in the house, maybe i should be making everything from oilcloth…

  241. Katherine says:

    I’ve not tackled oilcloth and would love to learn…

  242. Vikki says:

    I would love to make something with oilcloth! Great fabrics. Thank you.

  243. Genevieve says:

    How lovely! Would love to win this book!

    Genevieve

  244. Cara says:

    I am completely intimidated by oil cloth, but as my munchkin gets older I dream about sewing with it more and more. Sone day I’ll take the plunge.

  245. Oh my goodness there are so many things that that I would like to try with oilcloth. Particularly a seat cushion for the wee one to use at the dinner table. Thanks for the chance to win a copy of the book!

  246. Heather says:

    I would love a copy of this book. I am a little scared of sewing with laminated cotton and oilcloth!

  247. Ramona says:

    I love oilcloth and the laminated cottons but to tell the truth they scare me. I would love to win this book to learn all her tricks and tips for sewing with this wonderful fabric.

  248. Connie Jagolinzer says:

    I would love a chance to win ‘Sewing with Oilcloth’.. I have never tried oilcloth and would love to have an excuse to give it a try.

  249. tartankiwi says:

    I’m just trying my first projects with oilcloth and I’m loving it! Would love to try laminated cotton too, there seem to be so many uses for it!

  250. Melanie T says:

    I have never used oilcloth. What fun to try something new! Thanks for the chance.

  251. Amy says:

    I love oil cloth. It’s so vintage!

  252. Ellen says:

    The only “sewing” I’ve done with oil cloth is to zigzag around a hole cut in the middle of an outdoors tablecloth, so the umbrella stand would fit through it (pretty lame, I know). I’d love to learn how to make my own tablecloths, cushion covers etc.
    Thanks for the contest!

  253. Tas says:

    I have oilcoth and I am afraid to use it. It sits on the shelf neglected. I could use some help…lots of help.

  254. Kerri says:

    I’ve wanted to sew with Oil cloth for a long time, but have been hesitant because I don’t really know how. This would be perfect. With Christmas coming too I bet there are lots of gifts that could be made out of oil cloth :)

  255. Sue D says:

    I have not sewn with oilcloth before and am intrigued!

  256. Brie says:

    I am thinking a beach bag would be nice!

  257. Woo-Hoo! I’ve never used oil-cloth before; but am now super excited to get started..I have a pattern for a great cosmetics bag, as well as a beach-bag to use with oil-cloth; and would LOVE to scope out these other projects too!

  258. radiya says:

    would love to win this book!

  259. Renee says:

    I’ve never sewn with oilcloth before, but your book and all the fabrics in your etsy shop definitely make me want to try!

  260. Gaby says:

    I have never sewn with Oilcloth, it looks scary. Do you need to use a walking foot when sewing with it?

  261. Munaiba says:

    I’ve wanted to sew oilcloth for a while now but haven’t been game. This looks like just what I need to get started.

  262. Heidi Myers says:

    I would love to win this, I need ideas for oilcloth

  263. AbbyK says:

    I’ve never tried anything in oilcloth before but I have a pretty pink vintage Morse sewing machine that is begging for this book! Thank you for the chance to win these goodies!

  264. Sarah says:

    I’ve never sewen with oilcloth before, but I’d love to give it a go! I saw some beautiful oilcloth bags at a craft show recently.

  265. Luci says:

    This is awesome — oilcloth always reminds me of my grandmother’s kitchen. Thank you!

  266. Beth says:

    These look absolutely adorable! I’ll have to check it out. I was wondering, though, what is the difference between oilcloth and laminated cotton?

  267. margaret frisch says:

    I’m so excited to see this book! Even if I don’t win, though it would be so nice, I’m definitely going to pick it up. I’m so attracted to this material – maybe reminds me of my childhood when everything was washable, such as placemats, rain coats, etc. Anyway, I’m excited!

  268. Ginny Axtell says:

    After seeing a small tote bag made out of oilcloth in a retail shop, my daughter has requested one for Christmas. I’m also planning on making bibs and, perhaps, a changing pad for my neighbor’s new baby. I’m excited about the wide range of designs available…no longer just tablecloth material!

  269. Wendy Hatton says:

    I have never sewn with oil cloth but would love to try. The range of fabric patterns looks beautiful. I can just see my 4yo grand daughter in an oil cloth apron helping me in the kitchen- her favourite pass time at the moment.

  270. Rachaeldaisy says:

    Yay!! What a great book!! I’ve just recently been wonderful about sewing with oilcloth. I want to make my out door setting a table cloth and cushions for the chairs. Bags would make awesome presents with Christmas coming up!!

  271. Kathy says:

    I have never sewn with oilcloth. I would love to give it a try!

  272. Rachael says:

    I’ve wanted to try oil cloth sewing, but have never been able to find it. Though last time I looked was several years ago. Looks like a ton of fun!

  273. Leigh Anne says:

    I’ve seen this book reviewed elsewhere and have it on my wish list. Haven’t sewn with oilcloth yet, but really wanna give it a try. This book would be just the motivation!!

  274. Cindy G. says:

    I have some oilcloth just waiting to be turned into something besides a tote bag. I also have a disaster of a gift that I made for a friend (I attempted to make a lunch tote that could hold a plate), and need some inspiration for converting into something she’ll actually be able to use. I’m also intrigued by laminated cotton, and need to keep my eyes peeled it so I can give it a try!

  275. Ashley says:

    Horrible secret…. I have never worked with Oil Cloth. I am too scared. I look at it and think of all the wonderful things I could do with with it and then I chicken out. Maybe this book would help me conquer my fears! Thanks for a chance to win an awesome giveaway!!! If I don’t win I will have to put this book on my wish list for christmas…I really want to learn to work with it properly so I don’t mess my machine or fabric up. ;) Thanks again!!

  276. piggyflowers says:

    I’m afraid to start my zippered seat cushions. Maybe it won’t be so scary if I learn how to make them with snaps instead.

  277. Katy says:

    Absolutely love oilcloth, would love to win this book, thank you :o)

  278. Sari Mas says:

    Hi, I’m from Spain and I’m a quilt shop owner. I like work with modern print fabrics that don’t need works to much to make original gadgets and accesories, and runners, mat, etc.

  279. Shirley Clark says:

    I saw the cutest handbag made with oilcloth. It made me want to make one as it would be so easy to keep clean.

  280. Amy says:

    I like the idea of lining a bag with oilcloth or making a picnic blanket with one side as oil cloth for water proofing.

  281. MollyP says:

    This book looks fabulous! I would love to try some oilcloth, but it scares me a bit. I have some great pieces in my favorites, but no purchases yet.

  282. Jenn says:

    I haven’t sewn with oilcloth before, but I’d love to give it a go! This book looks great. :)

  283. Cary says:

    I really would like to make a lunch bag in oilcloth or laminated fabric. I made one in cotton last year, but need one a bit larger, and want to try a “wipeable” fabric. This book looks fun, and I’d love to win it. Thanks!

  284. Steph N says:

    I’d love a chance at this! I haven’t had worked with oilcloth before; this sounds like it’d be some great inspiration!

  285. Michele says:

    I would love this book! I don’t know how to work with oil cloth but I’d love to learn!

  286. kayduh says:

    I have been wanting to try oilcloth! I need some reusable lunch bags!

  287. Kathy says:

    I would love to win this book! I have some oilcloth that I’ve had for awhile but afraid to start a project, not knowing quite what to do with it. Hope I win!

  288. MARY STOTT says:

    JUST THINKING ABOUT OILCLOTH BRING BACK HAPPY MEMORIES OF THE EARLY 60’S. WE DID NOT HAVE A LOT OF MONEY FOR BOOK COVERS. MOTHER BOUGHT SEVERAL YARDS OF DIFFERENT COLORS OF OILCLOTH. SHE MADE BOOK COVERS FOR OUR BOOKS. EACH SUBJECT WAS A COLOR. WE USED THEM FOR MANY YEARS. IF THEY GOT STICKY A LITTLE POWDER HELPED.

  289. Sydney says:

    I’ve never sewn (or done anything) with oilcloth. I really like all the new patterns that are coming out though! I can’t wait to have a baby so I can sew little rain coats!

  290. susan hwang says:

    lovely giveaway – thank you!

  291. Sophia says:

    Oh, and it almost never frays…!

  292. Sophia says:

    I love using laminated cotton, because of my love for bags, diaper bags, lunch bags, cosmetics wallets etc, meaning lined bags, I tend to use laminated cotton recently. Never had any problems with my Singer Advance. I sometimes try to play with pressure. I love the fact that it comes in such cool designs while making a bag, big or small, spill proof. I’m currently making sandwitch wraps for the kids, I make sure to use PBA-PVC-free materials.

  293. Valerie says:

    I’ve never seen oilcloth before. Perhaps it will be my next sewing addiction… :)

  294. Alyssa says:

    I’m totally intrigued. I’d particularly like to try one of those gumdrop pillows or chair cushions out of oilcloth.

  295. Kerry says:

    I made some outdoor cushions but now have leftover laminate cotton and need a project for it. This book would be perfect for that.

  296. Sarah says:

    I love oilcloth, but I’ve only purchased finished products. I think a little inspiration and some helpful tips would push me to make my own items.

  297. karoliina says:

    I haven’t done much anything with the oilcloth yet, but I have been itching to try something – maybe it’s time to finally get started!

  298. Megan says:

    I recently made a little placemat out of oilcloth to keep in our lunch bag for when we have lunch in the park. It was my first time using oilcloth, and I’d love to learn more about it! What a fun giveaway!

  299. Sharonnz says:

    I’ve used oilcloth to make bunting which was frustrating till I popped my walking foot on. Would love to try some of the lovely laminated cottons out there now.

  300. Lisa says:

    I can’t wait to do a tote bag in oilcloth!

  301. Jessica B says:

    I would love to learn more about sewing with oil cloth!

  302. Sandy says:

    I am dying to try sewing something with oilcloth! Unfortunately, it is unavailable in my area, but thanks to Sew, Mama, Sew! there is at least an opportunity to try new fabrics, books, and notions!

  303. Debbie Laney says:

    I had want to make a chalkboard mat but I never could find the oilcloth and the chalkboard fabric.

  304. Wendy says:

    I’ve made two oilcloth tablecloths, and two bags from laminated cotton. I loved working with both materials, but especially the laminated cotton. Loved seeing Kelli’s choices for possible projects; I’d like to learn more about using cotton and oilcloth/laminates together.

  305. kathyh says:

    I used oilcloth for my passport cover. I bought some in orange and black to do some OSU wallets but haven’t cut into it yet.
    Colorblocking and utilizing my coverstitch come to mind. The edges don’t fray and the coverstitch seam reinforces any areas that need it.
    I love all the new designs coming out.

  306. Cecillia says:

    I’ve seen so many amazing oil cloth project for baby-related items and I’ve been wanting to try them but have been too intimidated by the idea. WOuld love the book and the materials to give it a shot! Thanks :)

  307. Carrie C says:

    I would love hints on sewing with oil cloth. It is tricky.

  308. Christina says:

    I’ve been tempted to make my daughter a raincoat out of oilcloth, but I think I’d better try something smaller first.

  309. Karen says:

    I would love this book. I AM TERRIFIED OF OILCLOTH. I like to look at it in the stores and then I think of all the great things that could be made with it then I walk away knowing I have no idea what I am doing. I need guidance and help, this could be just what I need to make my oilcloth dreams come true!

  310. Rebecca says:

    I have some laminated fabric for a rain jacket for my little guy and some on the way for a messenger bag for my daughter. I’d love to have this book for some more ideas and pointers. THANKS for the chance!

  311. Lynette says:

    As a mom with 2 small children, a couple of things come to mind immediately as oilcloth projects: bibs and smocks. My youngest is a messy eater and I’ve been toying with the idea of making a smock with oilcloth on one side and terry on the other. Heck. Her entire wardrobe should just be oilcloth and then cleanup would be easy peasy.

  312. Karen says:

    I have been seeing more and more projects that use oilcloth and have been thinking that it might just make my life a little easier to clean (with 5 kids, things can get a little messy!). This book would be a wonderful way to start off.

  313. Amy B. says:

    Oilcloth mug rug here I come!

  314. Cat says:

    I love oilcloth and this book looks so cool.

  315. Allison C says:

    I bought some oilcloth recently and was so intimidated to actually use it. I finally tried it out this weekend and it was awesome! I’m completely sold! I would definitely love some more advice and patterns and this book looks like it is perfect. It is already on my wishlist!

  316. Meg says:

    That bunting on the front cover is awesome!!

  317. Henria O. says:

    I would sooo love to win a copy of this book!!! Thanks for the giveaway!

  318. Christina G. says:

    I would love to make a special oil cloth tablecloth. It’s also the perfect play-doh mat for kids. The book looks fabulous!

  319. Alison says:

    I haven’t used oilcloth yet. I bought some recently to find out what all the excitement was about. This book would help!
    aliben7 (at) gmail (dot) com

  320. Southern Gal says:

    I’m scared of oilcloth. I would love to find out exactly how to sew something from that great fabric. Thanks for the chance!

  321. byrney says:

    I would love the chance to win…as would my 2 boys…thank-you.

  322. Christy Coy says:

    Fun!! I have two toddlers. I should sew EVERYTHING with oilcloth.

  323. stephanie mullin says:

    I made a tablecloth for my daughters’ art table but would love to do something that would be so fun! Love this book!

  324. Laura says:

    I have been wanting to try an oilcloth project. Hmm, this gives me some great ideas!

  325. Karrieann says:

    I have not had any experience with sewing oil cloth, or the pil cloth itself! This would be a fun try!

  326. VickiT says:

    I finally was able to find some laminated cotton in my area last week. I got to feel it and now think I’d like to try using it. I do have a pattern for a rain coat for children’s sizes but the colors they had weren’t right for that and this store only carried two of them. I’d also love to make a great looking table cloth for my kitchen with oil cloth. I haven’t sewn on it for years and I’m sure the new oilcloth is much nicer than what I bought about 20 yrs ago.

  327. LauraH says:

    I love oilcloth and the colors here are beautiful! What great patterns too! I’d love to have this book and some sample cloth to sew! Thanks!

  328. Leslie Westlake says:

    I have already made the gum drop pillows from Amy Butler, but they would be fabulous in oilcloth.

  329. Leslie Westlake says:

    I have just recently found your blog, it’s great.

    This is a wonderful looking book.

  330. Laurie Anne says:

    This is so exciting! I am SO tired of buying Earth polluting, costly sandwich/snack bags and was just thinking of trying to make some re-usuable bags…how timely! I would love a chance to win this book. Thank You!

  331. Ruth Fidino says:

    I love sewing with oilcloth. Would love a copy of your book to expand my projects. Thanks for the opportunity.

  332. Vonda says:

    I love oilcloth. Can’t wait to see what great ideas and inspiration is in the book.

  333. rusty taylor says:

    I’ve really been wanting to sew up some cute little things with oilcloth but am a little nervous I guess. Looks like the book is just what i need!

  334. Melissa Johnson says:

    I have always always always wanted to try sewing with oilcloth and laminated cotton!!! I would love to use this beautiful book!! :)

  335. Kristin H says:

    I’ve always been fascinated with oilcloth and I’d love to try out more patterns that use it.

  336. Alina Rodgers says:

    Wow, I would love to have this book. It sounds like so much fun. I had made a raincoat a long time ago for my daughter, but didn’t work out too well. If I won this giveaway, the first thing I would do is to make another raincoat for her. Thanks for the chance.

  337. Christy says:

    I am about to start my first project with laminated cotton (if my fabric ever arrives to AK via the mail!) and I can already see how it could get addicting! This book looks fantastic! It would be a great starting point for me.

  338. leigh nelms says:

    I would love to learn how to sew with oilcloth. I haven’t attempted anything, but I am eager to try to make something with one (or two or three..) of the wonderful prints I am seeing lately. I would like to make a raincoat for my daughter once I get the hang of it.

  339. Miquela says:

    I love oilcloth! So excited for this book!

  340. Laura Baker says:

    I would so love to own this book. I am dying to sew with some of the laminated cotton as well as oilcloth for some bibs and baby items. Thanks for hosting this giveaway!

  341. Kim Guerrier says:

    I’ve always wanted to try sewing with oilcloth but I’m a little scared. I bet having this book sure would help.

  342. Rebecca says:

    I love oilcloth! I’m so glad it’s made a comeback!

  343. Lynn says:

    I love oilcloth! So many fun things to make with it!

  344. Norma says:

    I have never had the opportunity to sew with oil cloth. It is something I would like to do but am afraid of trying!

  345. Ange says:

    I’ve always loved the idea of sewing with oilcloth, but the one time I did, I could have done with this book for some help. Recently I sewed with laminated cotton for the first time – made an Art Smock for my daughter – and found it amazing to sew with and much more forgiving than oilcloth.
    Thanks for a great giveaway!

  346. Shannon says:

    I’ve been stalking McCant’s book and would love to win a copy! I’m excited to try my hand at working with oilcloth.

  347. Kristi F says:

    I would love to win this book!

  348. Kristina T says:

    I just got a question this weekend at a fabric store where I work about what you can do with oilcloth, so I am SO GLAD this book is coming out. Can’t wait to look inside – thank you for featuring it!

  349. Keitha says:

    Oh say it’s not so! I have always wanted to learn to sew oilcloth. This would book would help so much!!!!

  350. craftykaren says:

    So many potential projects spring to mind – an organizer to hang over a closet door like the expensive ones sold at Container Store and Bed Bath and Beyond, tablecloths for work surfaces, and many adorable baby gifts. Would love to begin to experiment with oilcloth!

  351. Lisa says:

    I love the new chalk cloth!! So cool!

  352. Pamela S. says:

    How I would love to win that book!!! My one and only attempt at sewing with oilcloth was a disaster! Thank you for the opportunity to win.

  353. Jackie says:

    I would love to win copy of this book! I am currently working on a lunch tote with oilcloth.

  354. Em says:

    I bought a pattern for a raincoat and that’s as far as I’ve gone into the world of oilcloth. I love to continue the journey and you know, actually sew something with it, but I just haven’t made the plunge yet.

  355. Valerie Boudier says:

    Have never tried sewing with oilcloth but would love to give it a go!

  356. Allison says:

    I’ve so wanted to work with oilcloth, but I guess I haven’t really had the chance yet. Project time is always limited with a little one. But since the little guy is getting so messy, it would be a good time to start working with oilcloth. I guess I prefer the new laminated cottons rather than the traditional oilcloth, and hope to try out a project sometime soon. Thanks for the giveaway!

  357. Jen says:

    This looks like a fantastic book! I have actually never sewn with oil cloth.

  358. Crunchy Con Mommy says:

    I think I killed my sewing machine by trying to use oilcloth without knowing what I was doing. This book sounds like just what I need to avoid killing my brand new sewing machine!

  359. Mary says:

    I tried laminated cotton earlier this year and was delighted with result, I’d seen a tip to use a walking foot whilst sewing with it and it worked a treat. So I’m ready to give oilcloth a go!
    thanks for the giveaway

  360. Sara says:

    So far I’ve made a rain hat with laminated cottons and would love to learn more about sewing with oilcloth/lam cottons! Those gumdrops pillows are on my list, too.

  361. Shannon O. says:

    I have not yet sewn with oilcloth or laminated fabrics but I have seen some cute projects that I might just have to sew up in the future.

  362. Joyce Moore says:

    I’ve got a pile of oilcloth at home, but have never sewn with it yet. I need this book to get started :)

  363. Heather says:

    I have never sewn with oilcloth before, but I would LOVE to try! Can’t wait to comb through this book!

  364. Kerry says:

    I don’t think I’ve sewn oilcloth. I would probably have trouble with it. :)

  365. dorothy says:

    I’d love to do more sewing with oilcloth. So far, I’ve only dabbled in it a few times.

  366. Shanley says:

    have a gorgeous piece of japanese oilcloth that needs a purpose… here’s my answer! :)

  367. Laura says:

    I made an amy butler travel tote with oilcloth, but I’m looking forward to a book with tips on sewing with oilcloth. I struggled with the holes that needles make and the fact that the fabic has less overall flexibility than cloth.
    Thanks for the giveaway!

  368. Melissa says:

    I can’t believe how many cute oilcloth fabrics there are! This book is a great idea!

  369. Heather says:

    I love oilcloth and laminated cottons, they’re so beautiful. I’ve bought some oilcloth, even a roller foot for my machine but quite honestly I’m a bit scared by it. I really want to use a free pattern to make a car garbage bag but I’m nervous .

  370. Sweetpea says:

    I’ve always wanted to give these fabrics a try but hate to make the investment since I’m not sure how the fabrics would sew up. Thanks for the inspiration to jump in and give them a try.

  371. Shannon Burchard says:

    I would love to make a rain coat and messenger bag in oil clothe. The rain will be here soon!

  372. Ladybug says:

    I love the gum drop pillows. They will make a great addition to a dorm room in place of beanbag chairs.

  373. Heather Willis says:

    I would love to have this book! The patterns look so versatile and oil cloth is my new addiction!

  374. April says:

    I just used laminated cotton to make a beach bag and it was easier to use than I thought it would be!

  375. Mary Sue says:

    I’ve never sewed oilcloth and would love to try it. I need a new machine cover. I also want to make a bike bag and oilcloth would be good for that.

  376. Andrea says:

    I do love oilcloth but it intimidates me to think of sewing with it. I bought a few yards and cut in to be a tablecloth but that’s as far as gone. This book would be a great way to explore a little more.

  377. Suzanne says:

    I have not sewn with oilcloth yet but it looks like this book holds a wealth of information, patterns and tips. thanks for showcasing it.

  378. Tara says:

    I’ve never sewn with Oilcloth, although the desire to is there. This book will be a great addition to jumpstart this!!

  379. Silvia says:

    I have seen oilcloth many times in stores but I have yet to venture in that direction. It’s something I will definitely try. Thanks for the giveaway!

  380. Hilary says:

    I love love love oilcloth. I’ve bought some that was so adorable I had to have it, but I’m super nervous about sewing with it. I’ve been really looking forward to this book so I can finally try to work with oilcloth. Going on my wishlist right away!

  381. Becca McK says:

    I haven’t sewn anything with oilcloth, but my SIL recently got some to make a coffee table covering that she uses when the kids paint to keep it off the table. Seemed like a great idea. I think I will have to get some along with that adorable sewing basket pattern.

  382. liz says:

    I just bought the Oliver & S raincoat pattern and beautiful O&S coated fabric for matching coats for my one and three-year-old girls. I am excited, but terrified to make the first cut!!!

  383. Alli says:

    I haven’t had a chance to try sewing oilcloth yet, but I’m looking forward to when I do. I have my tissue paper all ready! (I read that I can use that instead of a teflon foot. :D)

  384. Liz says:

    I love oil cloth and would love to learn and gain more ideas for using oil cloth.

  385. Samina says:

    I’ve never sewn with oilcloth, but I’ve seen so many wonderful totes & raincoats that it’s moving up my to-do list. This book may be just the inspiration & guide I need.

  386. Jennifer A says:

    I’d love to try sewing with oilcloth! I haven’t really had the opportunity yet…. maybe sometime soon I’ll have to give it a shot.

  387. Ines says:

    I have been eyeing oilcloth for a while, but never made up my mind on what to make. I’m looking forward to this book!

  388. Jin says:

    My new goal is to make my own raincoat!!!!!!

  389. Pattie C says:

    I have a stack of oilcloth and this book is just what I need to actually put it to use. Would love to win it.

  390. Linda Cates says:

    Would love a chance to win this book and some oilcloth. Sounds like something new to pursue!

  391. Hannah says:

    What a great idea for a book.

  392. Linda says:

    VERY NEAT!
    THANKS SO FOR SHARING!

  393. Taysha Riggs says:

    I’d love to make some lunchbags for me and my friends!

  394. Anita says:

    What great sewing ideas!

  395. Judith says:

    I have never sewed anything with oilcloth however, don’t know just how to handle it. I would love to win this book and give it a try.

  396. Bethany says:

    I have never used oilcloth or lam. cotton. I am a bit afraid not sure how to do it (if it is different at all). I have some that I won on the sew mama sew giveaway day that is cute grey with white polka dots….love it, but not sure what to do with it?!?!?

  397. Nikki M says:

    This book looks amazing! The sewing machine cover up looks like a great start! Thanks for a chance to win.

  398. Terri Cox says:

    I would love this book. My daughter and I have been speculating about making some items from oilcloth.

  399. Alex davis says:

    I would LOVE to have the sewing with oilcloth book. I have a 3- and 1-year old and fantasize about covering our entire kitchen in oilcloth!

  400. Gill says:

    I would love to sew with oilcloth! I like all the pattern suggestions!
    Count me in please!

  401. Jamie says:

    Pick me, pick me, please!!! This book looks so great, I would love to win!

  402. Somer says:

    I have wanted to try sewing with oilcloth, but it seems very intimidating. I love the all the things I see online and now it comes in so many cute patterns.

  403. sarah says:

    I love working with oil cloth and am always looking of cute things to do with it. Would be a great addition to my library.
    Sarah

  404. Chelsie says:

    What a great book :)

  405. Gina S. says:

    Ok second try at this. I think the Hemma bicycle basket would be cute made in oil cloth

  406. Sivje says:

    Oh fun!! I have some oilcloth that I am planning on sewing into a raincoat for my little girl. I have it all cut out and just need to finish sewing it.

  407. briawna says:

    hmm, i’ve always wanted to try sewing some oilcloth bibs for my babies, but i’ve been seriously intimidated. this looks like a good resource. beautiful photography in there. thanks for the chance to win. p.s. i love your selection of oilcloth and laminated cottons.

  408. Karen says:

    I can’t wait to get my hands on this book! I bought a couple of yards of oil cloth a few years ago and have been too intimidated to touch it. I think the time has come!

  409. jessie says:

    I would love to win this book! What cute ideas!

  410. Roxana says:

    I LOVE oilcloth but have been too chicken to make anything with it!! I’d love to get this book!!!!

  411. Gina S. says:

    I think the Hemma bicycle basket would look cute made in oil cloth ;)

  412. Jessica H says:

    I would love to start sewing with oilcloth. It is so pretty.

  413. Emma N says:

    I’d love to win this book!

  414. Sara G. says:

    I’ve always loved oil cloth but have been too intimidated by it to try sewing anything. This book sounds like the perfect thing to get me jump started! Thanks for the opportunity!

  415. Roxanne says:

    I love to make exceptionally durably and painfully cute aprons out of oilcloth. :-D

  416. Mrs. Not the Jet Set says:

    I’ve been to scared to try oilcloth! Maybe I’ll have to give it a try since she makes it look so easy….

  417. Laura W says:

    This book looks wonderful, I already have ideas spinning in my head just by looking at the cover! Can’t wait to try some of these patterns. =)

  418. I’ve never sewn with oil cloth before but I’d sure love to win this book and give it a try. I always admire the oil cloth and laminated cotton fabrics.

  419. Maria says:

    Wow. I see a whole new world of potential out there….

  420. i’ve got this book on my amazon wishlist! i’m trying hard to be good in my spending, so if i could win, i’d just be the happiest girl in washington state!!

  421. Margaret says:

    I have made a few bags with oilcloth–not very successfully, though. I would love to read Kelli’s tips and try the projects in her book.

  422. Sharon Mallory says:

    I LOVE oilcloth and laminated cloth!! I would like to be signed up to win!!

  423. lynne harding says:

    I can’t wait to get this book and start sewing with oilcloth!! Yeah!!

  424. Kylie C says:

    I have never worked with oilcloth because I’ve heard it can be difficult to work through a machine and as a newbie I’m scared of things like that. Place mats would be a great Christmas gift for my toddler nephew this year though…

  425. karen Cole says:

    I would LOVE to try to start sewing w/oilcloth!!!

  426. jenny says:

    I have always loved oilcloth, but my machine does not. I would love to find out what I should be doing.

  427. I really need a raincoat and would love to try some other patterns out, too, as we have a balcony dying to have a makeover done next season. In the meantime, placemats etc for the kitchen sounds really nice, especially if the contents look as inviting as the cover!

  428. Amy says:

    I adore the idea to use chalk cloth in the banner. I made a Cath-Kidston-type tote bag with oilcloth a few years, now I’m dying to get my hands on this book. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

  429. TerritoryMom says:

    OMG I would love this giveaway. I would definitely make art smocks for my kids!!!

  430. laura reich says:

    I love the idea of this book!
    I have 5 small kids and I need to learn how to use laminated cotton with my machine.
    I did make a Gum Drop Pillow with oil cloth for our play room, but it was much harder to do than I expected. For the second pillow I just used home decorating fabric. I have to admit the oil cloth pillow holds its shape perfectly even if it was much harder. Maybe laminated cotton would be the best of both worlds?

  431. Julie says:

    I have always loved the look of oilcloth, but have no idea what to do with it! What a great book! Thanks for posting the links :)

  432. Kelly says:

    Wow. I’ve been jonesing for ideas on oilcloth! This is awesome. First thing I’d make is a playmat for my granddaughter! Then recover my dining chairs :) Great book Kelli.

  433. Allison says:

    Oh, I very very much want this book, count me in!

  434. Anne R says:

    This would be a lot of fun too win. I am trying to come up with some fun projects for my kids school boutique fundraiser right before thanksgiving. kids & oilcloth are made for each other.

  435. Carrie says:

    Oh, oh, oh! I would sooooo love to win this! I love oilcloth and laminatede cloth and would love to try my hand at making some cool totes and aprons. Pick me! Pick me! Please?

  436. Lea says:

    I’ve never sewn with oilcloth but would give it a try. With kids around, it just makes sense to be able to just wipe off the mess and not do infinite loads of laundry.

  437. Rp says:

    how fun!

  438. emily says:

    Ooh, I’d love this book! I have made a lunch bag in oilcloth that turned out super cute…so many fun possibilities!

  439. Kate says:

    I love laminated cotton.I just made a tablecloth for my dining room table and am pleased at how easy I can clean up after my toddler eats. And because the fabric is modern it does not look like it is on a picnic table. I would love to see some more patterns for splash mats and baby bibs.

  440. katie says:

    This book looks so fun!

  441. Consuelo says:

    The book looks great! Thanks for the chance to win!

  442. sangeetha says:

    I never tried sewing with oilcloth as I am always skeptical about it. I hope i win this book so that i can start sewing with oilcloths.

  443. Amy says:

    I’ve never tried oilcloth, but I really want to. It would be so nice to make a make-up bag with it. I hope my sewing machine plays nicely.

  444. Patty Laine says:

    Oh I have been drooling over oilcloth, but haven’t taken the plunge yet with budgetary constraints on the sewing addiction. I would love to win it though!

  445. DeNacho says:

    would love to use oilcloth for some outdoor dining table cushions or throw pillows!

  446. Teresa Raines says:

    I’ve wanted to sew with oilcloth ever since I found a wonderful tote bag. I loved it so much that I bought it, and when I wore it out I wanted to make another. I would love to win this book.

  447. Amy says:

    I’ve never worked with oilcloth before but with a baby on the way, it seems like the right time to jump in. Thanks for the giveaway!

  448. Meagan says:

    I would love to win this! :) Thanks for the chance!

  449. Beth Ellen says:

    I love the look of oilcloth for beach totes and other tote bags, so I would make myself a new tote with some beautiful new oilcloth from AMH or Amy Butler or some other designer.

  450. kim says:

    oilcloth is the new black. I would love this book.

  451. Annie says:

    Oh I’d love to try and sew with oilcloth, but have been too nervous of messing up. A book full of tips would sure be handy!

  452. I made my son’s lunch bag out of laminated cotton, and enjoy it so much, but I could use some help on with sewing tips, this book looks great, I love the video they made.

  453. cheri says:

    Oh, I have been dying to make a raincoat for my daughter….but have not attempted it yet! :)

  454. robin says:

    I’ve never used oilcloth or laminated cottons, but would think the laminated cottons would be great for bibs, etc.

  455. Bonnie says:

    Wow. I’v been inspired to work with oil cloth since seeing my first CatKidsin bag! ( and saying”I can make that!”). And a great tool roll up that can be wiped down would be another awesome project! What a great book to show me how to work with this fabulous fabric!

  456. I have four little people who would love me to make them some of those gumdrop pillows…. :)

  457. Amy says:

    Awesome – this sounds like such a great book!

  458. Karen K says:

    I have been waiting to check this book out…my little guy is quite messy and I am hoping for some projects to make picking up after him a bit easier.

  459. Alethea says:

    Oilcloth seems so intimidating, but I’d love to try to make a portable stadium cushion (for sporting events or any outdoor seating event).

  460. Donna says:

    I’ve been admiring the oilcloths and laminated cottons that are available but have been too intimidated to try sewing with them. I really want to try some projects and need some good ideas. I would love to win this book!

  461. Holly Walsh says:

    Oilcloth projects always look so cute when I see the finished products but I’ve never tried to sew it. Winning this book would make me braver to try it I think! :)

  462. Beth says:

    What a fun book. Great giveaway! Thanks!

  463. Paige says:

    All of those projects look like so much fun; love the gumdrop pillows.

  464. jen says:

    I would LOVE to win a copy of this book! I have some laminated fabric waiting for me at the post!

  465. Jenny says:

    I’d love to know more about sewing with oilcloth, and have some samples that I wouldn’t be scared to cut into! It’s so pricey, it’s hard to justify buying a big piece without knowing how to work with it. Chicken and egg….

  466. Melinda says:

    That Eva Sewing Basket pattern is pretty cool! I’ve made children’s aprons, a diapers and wipes pouch and a changing pad with oilcloth and laminated cotton. My next project is a “man tote” for my dad using Echino’s camera print. This time I will use a walking foot to help with the sticking issues.

  467. Linda G says:

    Your book looks adorable. Two people in my very small department at work are expecting babies soon and the bib option for oilcloth looks really intriguing. I would love to learn more about how to sew oilcloth.

  468. Lori Morton says:

    I have NEVER sewn with oilcloth…………..but I do remember tablecloths made from it when I was little!! :)

    The book looks SUPER fun…………..and to have a chance to win………WOW!!!…..Thanks!!! Would LOVE to win, and with the Book & oilcloth together………..KNOW I could make somethin’ AMAZING too!

  469. Karin B. says:

    I did some sewing with oilcloth a few years ago and while I LOVE the look I struggled with sewing it and with inspirations. Now with two little boys it seems so practical and I want to go dig through my stash right now and find what I have left. I am excited to see so many new ones come out now and this looks like a great book full of ideas! I look forward to taking a look it and adding it to my Christmas list.

  470. sarah faith says:

    I’ve been DYING to try oil cloth projects for years now but have been too chicken. This post has me so excited!

  471. Nina says:

    Have never sewn with oilcloth, this books would be a great way to start!

  472. Aimee says:

    I love me some oilcloth! And I always buy from Modern June on Etsy! Such a great selection!

  473. Tammi says:

    Oh, I need some ideas for my oilcloth stash! So hoping to win this book!

  474. Debbie says:

    I made bags for cosmetics using oilcloth. They were a big hit!

  475. Brandi says:

    I’ve only been sewing since July, but have been sewing like crazy and have been pleased with my progress. However, oil cloth scares a newbie like me. But we have some amazing independent fabric stores around here that have been carrying the most darling oil cloth — far far far from my old ideas of oilcloth (i.e. limited to gingham picnic tablecloths). Between these fabrics and the great blogs I’ve been reading about using it, it’s just a matter of time before I tackle it!

  476. Melissa Evans says:

    I have been to wanting to try Amy Butler’s Rain Coat pattern, maybe this fall. I’ve been reading up on how to sew with oil cloth, but laminated fabrics and oil cloth are intimidating to a newbie!

  477. Beth S. says:

    Oh my gosh!! I love laminated cotton! And, now there’s a whole book dedicated to it! How great is that . . .

  478. Diana says:

    I love oil cloth totes but have yet to make one (or at least attempt). Such great ideas and fabulous prints!

  479. Heather D says:

    I’ve never worked with oilcloth, but would love to! I think my first project would be a sewing machine cover. So cute!!

  480. Jennyroo says:

    I have a few laminated cotton projects planned, I just need to work up the courage to try!

  481. Robie Dodson says:

    Oh goodness – I have had 3 yards of oilcloth in my stash for 2 years…I need this book!

  482. Deb says:

    I’ve always loved oilcloth since I was a kid, and now that I’m finally learning to sew in my 50’s, (yep, always a little late to the party :) I can’t wait to try and make all sorts of fun stuff with it! The book looks like great fun to be had with oilcloth. Thanks for a chance to win one!

  483. Dell says:

    I have always wanted to try a raincoat in oil cloth. Would love some pointers. great book review.

  484. I’ve never sewn with it but I really want to try! Thanks for the chance to try! xox

  485. Emma says:

    I would love to start sewing with oil cloth! This book would be such a great reference to have. Thank you for posting the giveaway!

  486. Merrie says:

    I’ve been meaning to cover up my mixer (I’m tired of washing it off every time I go to use it). Oilcloth would be great for that project.

  487. mamacharm says:

    love this! i have some laminated cotton waiting to be turned into something.

  488. Beth says:

    I’ve only used oilcloth once, but I enjoyed working with it and would love to try more. The project I made was a lunch bag. I am especially interested in using oilcloth or laminated cotton to make a rain coat.

  489. jeanette ansell says:

    Oil cloth has intrigued me for years, but I am afraid my sewing machine is not good enough for such a stiff fabric. Sewing With Oilcloth may give me the confidence to brave the elements.

  490. Debbie says:

    I have not sewn with oilcloth yet but this has me very interested in trying to make some aprons from oilcloth.

  491. erinmalia says:

    oh gosh. the trouble i could get into with this book!

  492. Melissa says:

    I love the idea of the cushions for the kitchen. I have a kitchen nook custom built with church pews, and currently no pads. Not as comfy as I wouldl like! I’ve been talking about making pads for years, and this book may be just the inspiration I need. Thanks for the opportunity!

  493. Nikki says:

    Ooh, I love oilcloth & would like to make more stuff with it! Thanks!

  494. Carol P says:

    I would love to try sewing with oilcloth

  495. Meredith says:

    i love the look and practicality of oil cloth. It isn’t something Ive tackled yet due to fear! I’m trying to get a few more basics under my belt before making the leap. But this contest might be the catalyst I need to jump in with both feet!

  496. I am planning to buy some laminated fabrics for.. I don’t even remember :), but shipping is killing me.

    I will buy it though, I know I will :))). I have a bag in my head for months and it won’t get out :)), so I really need to buy some Amy Butler and Echino laminated. And some MM bicycles, as long as we’re on the subject :D. Oh, and some pretty box puches are waiting for laminated too :D

    I am sure the ideeas will start poping out once I actually see and feel the fabric, but a book with amazing ideas would definitly help in buying that darn fabric that I dream about :)

  497. starjumper says:

    I love laminated cotton because it’s waterproof, easy to clean, and doesn’t need a finished edge! i think my favorite laminated cottons are Tula Pink’s Prince Charming… I made a shower curtain from them: http://ninjadesigns.wordpress.com/2011/07/07/prince-charming-shower-curtain/

  498. Glenys says:

    I’ve never sewn with oilcloth before. So this should be interesting and I like trying out new things.

  499. JillO says:

    I love oilcloth, but have never really worked with it! I would love to have this book as a guide! Thanks.

  500. Kate says:

    That Eva sewing basket would make the perfect craft tote for my little girl! I think if I win the oilcloth book, it will have to go to my Mom…maybe for Christmas.

  501. krystina says:

    I’ve never tried sewing with oilcloth but have been dying to! Thanks for the chance to win this book.

  502. deirdre_lyon says:

    I love oilcloth, but am totally intimidated by it – I even have a yard or two sitting around, waiting for an outdoor-safe project, but I’m just too nervous!

  503. Joanna says:

    I have been wanting to try sewing with oilcloth for forever, but was too intimidated. I now have a great Janome sewing machine and want to see what she can do!! That Natura fabric is awesome!!

  504. Tuesday says:

    I love oilcloth!

  505. Jaye Gause says:

    I’ve been wanting to try oilcloth but hadn’t had any good ideas until I read this, now I know what I want to us for bench cushion for the picnic table, Perfect! Would love the book for more ideas.

  506. Holly says:

    Ooh, that looks fun! I’d love to win!

  507. I would love to try the bib patterns from the book!

  508. Pam says:

    This is something that I have wanted to explore -

  509. Rebecca says:

    I love the look of oil cloth and have done a couple of projects in it, but it is not a textile that I am very comfortable working with. Would love a chance at the book and a few fat quarters for experimenting with!

    My favorite use for oilcloth is for bags. As someone who commutes on public transportation, it is nice to have totes in fabric that I can just wipe clean :-)

  510. Jessica says:

    I am dying to try the laminated cotton with the Gumdrop pillows for our kids’ playroom. It would be fantastic.

    I’m also so domestic that I’d like to make some covers for my sewing machine and mixer. This book and the samples would be a wonderful surprise! :)

  511. Kate G says:

    This is the how-to book I’ve been waiting for. I’m a fan of oilcloth tote bags for marketing and oil cloth pads for kneeling in the garden and oil cloth bound with gaffers tape and used as a picnic blanket. This volume will kick my skills up a notch. My first project will be an apron or two or three. The Mommy and me pattern fits that bill.

  512. aprilshowers says:

    When my youngest was a baby I was so jealous of one of my friend’s oilcloth changing pads. I didn’t sew then and the prices of ready-made ones were a little out of my budget so I had to live without (we survived, of course!). Now that I can sew, my kids are [almost] out of the diapering phase but my sister is expecting her first in January so I’d love to make her one!

  513. Megan says:

    Would love to have a chance to work with oilcloth! Thanks.

  514. If I don’t win I will surely order this book! Thanks for a chance to win, first!

  515. Vanessa Harper says:

    ooohhhh…would love to win this book!

  516. Steph G. says:

    It’s hard to find nice raincoats for the kiddos–I’m interested in trying Amy Butler’s patterns.

  517. Christi Allen says:

    I am itching to try some laminated cotton & oilcloth projects!!!

  518. Sara says:

    Oooooh!! I’d love a copy! It looks like it’s full of absolutely brilliant ideas I could use in my house with three kids. :)

  519. Nonnie Rose says:

    Oh I would lOVE to win this! I am intimidated by oil cloth/laminated fabrics….I have some and just “think” about using them someday!

  520. I just worked with oilcloth for the first time a couple months ago. It was just a small project, a cosmetics bag for a swap. I did see this book and thought it intriguing while I was researching, though. Oh, something else to learn! Will I ever stop finding more things I need to know?

  521. Shelly says:

    I would LOVE to get this book! I have a collection of oilcloth from a friend and would love some fresh ideas for using it. Thanks!

  522. Jennifer says:

    This looks super amazing! I’ve never worked with oil cloth, but would love to. I’m always looking for new and fun projects to do, as I have mostly sewn only clothing so far. I would love to have a copy of this book!

  523. Westin's Mom says:

    I just bumbled my way through sewing with laminate and busted my machine. I need this book! Don’t worry, the machine is fixed now, but I’m not sewing with laminate or oilcloth until I read this book.

  524. Patti Vynanek says:

    I have never used anything but cotton! It sounds like this book has some really great projects, I’d love to check it out!

  525. Allison says:

    Love, love, love oilcloth! I first became interested in oilcloth several years ago when a friend of mine showed me some cute lunch sacks she had purchased for her children. They were monogrammed and so cute that I decided to make a few of my own. I’m anxious to read Kelli McCants new book, “Sewing with Oilcloth” to try out some new ideas!

  526. Sourkraut says:

    I’ll admit that although I’ve admired many oilcloth fabrics I have yet to buy any because I’m scared they’ll be too fussy to sew with.

  527. Marlene says:

    I am so intrigued by this concept. I have never sewn with oil cloth and would love to try it. I love your website, the ideas are so creative and reach out to me to create something myself.
    Thank you

  528. pamela ward says:

    I love this stuff. endless possibility.

  529. Hilary says:

    I can’t wait to see this book. I’ve never used oilcloth, but this would be just the place to start. Thanks for the giveaway!

  530. Tricia says:

    I really want to make raincoats for myself and my kids, but no, my machine does not like oilcloth. Or it doesn’t like me. I need some tips!

  531. Sarah Hammond says:

    I am pretty new to sewing and I’ve never used oilcloth before. I would really like to try and sew up some lunch bags for my daughter! Maybe some reusable snack bags too, I think that would work out perfectly!

  532. Tina says:

    Oh, I love laminated cotton! So I would love to have this book ;-)

    The most important to me is to have a teflon foot for the sewing machine, that makes sewing more easy.
    The first to items I ever listed to my new etsy-shop where laminated cotton pouches – hope I will sell them one day *g*

    Making a raincoat – oh yeah, one day, when my baby-daughter is older, I will make one out of this beautiful Amy Butler laminated fabrics ;-)

    Greetings,
    Tina

  533. Alyson says:

    I have this adorable green apple printed oil cloth and I am baffled as to what I should do with it besides using it as an outdoor tablecloth (boring!). I would LOVE to get my hands on this book!

  534. Suze Jones says:

    I love oilcloth and the projects that are possible, but my old machine struggled with it. I’ve just treated myself to a new machine and I’m very keen to get cracking on some oilcloth projects to put it through its paces. Love the look of this book and would be glad to pick up some tips to achieve neat corners and properly bound edges!

  535. Amy says:

    I first saw this book just a few days ago, and thought it looked super-interesting! So many fun things to make! I hope I win :)

  536. jessicac says:

    I have 2 chunks of oilcloth waiting for me to get up the nerve to use them! And I am always drawn to them in the fabric store.. this book looks great, and I would love to try and make the seat cushion.

  537. Jen V says:

    I have a few oil cloth pieces in my stash but I don”t know the first thing about working with it. This book is just what I need!

  538. Claire says:

    Ohh I’ve never sewn with oilcloth – would love to win this book! x

  539. Diana McClung says:

    I been very interested in doing projects with oilcloth. I would love to win this!

  540. Jennifer says:

    I would love to try this! Wondering if I can recover my kitchen chairs with oilcloth…Oh, and that bunting on the cover; love it!

  541. Mary says:

    I’ve never sewn with oilcloth (always been a bit intimidated by it), but I have several items I’d love to make, a sewing machine cover being one of them! I have a 3 year old, so anything made with oilcloth or laminated cotton would make life lovely right now! Thanks for the giveaway.

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