Oh, I didn't know you don't have to hem! I made outdoor window covers with laminated cotton and hemmed - oh well! One thing I learned from that is that if you have to sew with the plastic side towards your presser foot, it helps to put a small piece of masking tape on the bottom of your presser foot so the plastic will glide through- otherwise, it sticks. those are nice patterns - love the black outlined pears!
Great project! Thanks for the hint with the thick needle and stitch...
That is beautiful oilcloth! Great idea to make baskets of it, they are always useful. Cute doggy as well.
they are really cool!
Love it! Thanks
Nice project! I also love sample books - but I must say, you have a pretty nice one there! The ones I get usually contain pretty dreary fabrics - beiges and pastels, etc. I use them to practise embroidery stitches ...
These look great (and hello Emile)!
Very creative and neat baskets ! I love the idea. Just my two cents : I would not cut the corners, just sew the bottom seam and then fold the corners and sew them. It adds rigidity to the whole. I hope you can understand what I wrote... :-)
Do you know where I can find nice oil cloth. I can only find mooi kitchen table type stuff.
I loved this, thanks, I've been looking all over for exactly what you've posted. This will help heaps.
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