Oilcloth is a PVC laminated fabric with a poly/cotton scrim backing. It's a popular choice for both indoor and outdoor use due to its durability, water resistance, and easy-to-clean surface. Oilcloth can be used for many purposes, including tablecloths, outdoor cushions, aprons, place mats, shelf liners, lunch bags and more. This retro fabric often features bold colorful patterns, ranging from floral to geometric designs and is highly sought after by sewing enthusiasts for its unique and nostalgic aesthetic.
Oilcloth can be used to make tablecloths, aprons, place mats, tote bags and cabinet and drawer linings. It's heavy duty and will not rip or fray. It is unsafe for children under 12 due to chemicals in the PVC vinyl in which oilcloth is made. Oilcloth is available in a variety of prints and solids. It's waterproof with a shiny and smooth surface. You cannot put oilcloth in the washer or dryer, making it wipe clean only. Check out the video for a closer look!