Oilcloth Giveaway

I realized it’s been awhile since I did a giveaway here, so I think it is time!  Today I am giving away two half yard cuts of oilcloth from my personal stash for a total of 1 yard (the two prints are pictured below).  

If you’ve never worked with oilcloth, you are going to love it!  There are so many super-fun projects you can do with the versatile material.  Here are some examples of some great projects made with oilcloth:

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To enter the Oilcloth Giveaway do one (or more) of the following (please leave a separate comment for each entry):
1)  Leave a comment and let me know what you might make if you win the oilcloth.
2)  Become an official follower of The Cottage Home blog (if you already follow, just let me know)
3)  Become a fan of The Cottage Mama (http://www.facebook.com/TheCottageMama) on facebook (again, if you already are, then simply let me know).
4) Finally, “suggest” your facebook friends become a fan of The Cottage Mama.
There are FOUR chances to enter this giveaway.  Please include your email address with each entry.  Giveaway will be open through Tuesday, February 1 at midnight (CST).
Cottage Mama’s Note:  My next giveaway will only be offered to The Cottage Mama facebook fans, so if you are interested in a chance to win exclusive giveaways, please join us over on The Cottage Mama facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/TheCottageMama).
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146 Comments

  1. I’d definitely be making some grocery bags out of it. I’ve been looking for a good fabric for it and this would be perfect!

  2. The oilcloth is beautiful thank you for the chance to win. I am in need of some new kitchen curtains and think it would be great for that. I am now following your blog and facebook and look forward to following you. What a wonderful giveaway, thanks again for a chance to win.

  3. I’m already a fan on facebook! That’s how I found out about this! 🙂

  4. I’m following you now too! 🙂

  5. I would make a seat protector for my the back of my car’s seats to prevent all those muddy little shoe prints!!

  6. Already a facebook fan!

  7. I think I would make some placemats.
    [email protected]

  8. I already follow you on GFC.
    [email protected]

  9. Love the giveaway! I would like to make some large storage cubes for my ever expanding fabric stash.

    plnewhou(at)juno(dot)com

  10. I am a google reader follower.

  11. I would love to win the oilcloth. I might make a lunch bag, or cover a chair cushion, or a makeup bag… gosh, there’s lots I could/would do!

    Thanks!

  12. I am a facebook fan and enjoy all your blogs. I would make some bibs for my grandbaby from the oilcloth if I should win it. [email protected]

  13. I would love a chance to win….i’d probably make some placemats to keep in our picnic basket.
    Thanks again and have a great weekend

  14. I would make myself a lunch bag for work.
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  15. I’m already a follower.
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  16. I would make a lunch bag. Very lovely fabric!

  17. Already a fan on FB.
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  18. I’ve been following via RSS for quite some time but today I’m an official “follower”.

  19. I think I would make some kind of bag or zippered travel cases … or a wallet … something like that. I’ve never even seen this kind of fabric so I think I’d have to see it and feel it before I could decide for sure. I’m very interested in it, though, having heard so many raves about it.

  20. I would make as many of the following: a lunch bag, sandwich/snack bags and an apron!

  21. I am an official follower of The Cottage Home blog!!

  22. I am a fan of The Cottage Mama on facebook!!

  23. I have and will continue to recommend The Cottage Mama to my friends – by email and on facebook.

  24. Ooooh-I have a bunch of projects in line for oilcloth. I just bought some not too long ago to make chalkboard placemats. I would love a chance to win.

  25. Oooh-and I am happy follower 🙂

  26. I would make bibs if this next baby is a girl:) if not maybe placemats as I like the fabric 🙂 maybe I’d give it to my friend though to make snack bags for her daughter:)
    [email protected]

  27. I would make some lunch sacks!
    Great giveaway!

  28. I think that I would make my daughter an apron. She loves to wash dishes, but her cotton apron doesn’t really keep her dry. I think I’d do us both a favor by making her one!

  29. I became a fan on facebook!

  30. I would love to win and I would definitely make a lunch bag or a tote bage.

  31. I would make some bags! I have never sewn with oilcloth. Can’t wait to win. Thanks, Boo
    booh[email protected]

  32. I follow! [email protected]

  33. I would likd to make some placemats and maybe a little zippered bag or two…. thanks!

  34. I follow your blog!

  35. I follow you on Facebook!

  36. I would make PILLOWS!!! I have 2 made out of oil-cloth in my office and they are my inspiration 🙂 …if you go to my blog they are in the background in one of my pictures!!

  37. Im a follower 🙂 …Thanks for offering a great giveaway!

  38. I’ve never worked with oil cloth and with the baby boom going on in my home town I’m thinking some bibs are in order!

    -Brittany
    http://www.mommyscornerdiy.blogspot.com

  39. I really want to make some lunch totes! Thanks for a great giveaway.
    butler83ataoldotcom

  40. I am a follower – gfc – google reader.
    thanks again!

  41. I would love to make some covered notebooks for my daughter!! I was just looking at some oilcloth at my local JoAnn’s, but it was way too expensive!!!

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  42. I am also a follower of your blog via bloglines!!!

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    ~Becky

  43. I just “liked” your page on facebook!!

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    ~Becky

  44. I think it would be great to make a tote with the oilcloth. It all looks so bright and colorful. I just became a fan on facebook as well as following your blog.

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  45. I think I would make a floor cloth for my kitchen..it would give it a nice pop and go with the decor…I love oilcloth..I also follow your blog and am on your facebook page. I’m also going to suggest you to my friends although I know quite a few of them are on your friends list already.
    Thanks for the chance to win! [email protected]

  46. I’ve been following you and I’ll make a few cosmetic pouches out of the oilcloth.

  47. I’ve wanted to make something with oilcloth for a while. I’d make some new placemats. We’ve got pumpkin colored walls in the dining room and I think the prints would go well. Thanks! kristie_keely(at)yahoo(d0t)com

  48. I follow your blog through Google Reader. That counts, right? kristie_keely(at)yahoo(dot)com

  49. I “liked” you on Facebook. kristie_keely(at)yahoo(d0t)com

  50. Probably new grocery bags!

  51. i am already a FB fan!

  52. A school bag for my daughter would be my pick!
    Lisa P

  53. I am a follower.
    Lisa P

  54. i would make a clutch!

    nelly dot barney at yahoo dot com

  55. i am a follower of the cottage home!

    nelly dot barney at yahoo dot com

  56. i like the cottage home on fb!

    nelly dot barney at yahoo dot com

  57. I would make a reusable sandwich wrap and snack pouches for my son’s lunches. So cute! [email protected]

  58. I’m a follower and love your blog! [email protected]

  59. This would make some great grocery bags!
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

  60. I follow 🙂
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

  61. I’m a FB fan (Rebecca A)
    ourbusylittlebunch(at)hotmail(dot)com

  62. I would like to make aprons for my grandkids, they love to wash dishes.

  63. I follow your blog.

  64. I’m now a facebook fan.

  65. Thank you! I’d love to make reusable snack bags for the kiddos lunches 🙂 mamalusco at ortelco dot net

  66. I follow your blog. mamalusco at ortelco dot net

  67. Follow on FB, too! mamalusco at ortelco dot net

  68. I would make an apron for my sweet little niece! festiveoccasions @ gmail. com

  69. lunch bags! It would be perfect.

  70. I ‘like’ the Cottage Mama on Facebook!

  71. I would make a table cloth for my daughters kiddie table and then make a matching apron!

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  72. I am and have been a follower :0)

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  73. I would make a cover for my sewing machine. I love your blog:)

  74. I am also a follower of your blog:)

  75. Just became a fan on facebook:) mjbrueggemannathotmaildotcom

  76. I would make a purse with it, or an apron..

    leahforlove at aol dot com

  77. I follow your blog

    leah for love at aol dot com

  78. I am a fan on FB too!

    leahforlove at aol dot com

  79. I am a follower.

  80. I have always wanted to try oil cloth. I think I would first try a lunch bag and reuseablt snack bags.

  81. Thanks for the chance to win! I would use this beautiful cloth for an outside table, which is currently naked.
    Thanks again. 😉
    Desi

  82. I would make a bag. Thanks for a chance to win these fun prints!

  83. I am a follower!

  84. I am a FB fan already!

  85. I also follow you on [email protected]

  86. I also shared your blog and facebook page with my facebook friends (although a lot already follow you)
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  87. I also follow your blog and receive your emails (which I love)!
    [email protected]

  88. I’m going to go with the boring old, I’d make my kids some aprons. Although not so boring if you had heard the squeals of delight as we made pancakes this morning, and ATTEMPTED to flip them!

  89. I’m also a follower of your blog!

  90. iwm going to do a lovely bag…

  91. ialso a follower of your blog

  92. I also shared your blog and facebook page

  93. I would create some new seat coverings!

  94. I follow your blog

  95. I’ve never done anything with oil cloth, so winning would be wonderful. Something new to try. I have a couple chairs that could use seat covers or I love to make bags, so that’s an idea. The prints you are offering are lovely!

  96. I’m already a follower! Hope to win!

  97. I would make a table cover for my toddler’s table in his play kitchen. Or maybe a cute booster seat for him to use at our kitchen table.

    stacybondurant (at) gmail (dot) com

  98. I’m now an official blog follower!

    stacybondurant (at) gmail (dot) com

  99. I’m thinking of making a bag from oilcloth.

  100. I’m a follower.

  101. I think i would attempt to make an apron. Seems like the perfect material for messy kitchen work. Thanks!

  102. There’s a pattern at the fabric store for a beautiful children’s jacket that I have been eyeing. I’d love to make that!

  103. I am a follower!
    Evin5 at aol dot com

  104. What a fabulous giveaway! It’s been awhile since I’ve worked with oilcloth. I would use it to make some cushions for the lanai.
    njones127 at tampabay dot rr dot com

  105. I am a follower!!
    I have a project in mind that I have actually been meaning to buy some oil cloth for. I need a new, and sturdy, table cloth for camping. I want to sew some tie downs on it so it can’t blow away and the windy beach we camp at. 🙂 Thanks for the chance to win!

  106. Hello! Thank you for your giveaway! I think I would use the oilcloth to make some sort of zippered wet bag.
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  107. I would make chalk board place mats from the oil cloth.

  108. I follow your blog

  109. I have a friend that has a “Fossil” purse made out of oil cloth or at least something similar….I love the purse and would like to try making it.

  110. I am already a follower of your blog. Love it.

  111. I am now a follower on FB.

  112. I have suggested my FB friends become a fan.

  113. Ahh, you can’t get this stuff in Canada! I would like to make an all-purpose child’s apron for all those messy things the Littles dream up.

  114. And I’m a follower 🙂

  115. I would make chair cushions for our chairs at camp for the damp evenings and chilly mornings!
    I am a follower here and I follow you on FB too,only under my IRL name!
    Annie

  116. My lunchbag has seen better days, so I’d be making myself a new one (which I should probably do anyway… it’s a bit embarrassing to carry it around now)!
    rdoran1(at)gmail(dot)com

  117. and I’m a follower!
    rdoran1(at)gmail(dot)com

  118. I’m a follower of Cottage Mama!

  119. I would make some small makeup bags and maybe a swimsuit bag or two. Also some baby bibs would be really cute! Thanks for the offer!

  120. You just read my mind. I am all excited to make up some lunch tote for a going green project. The oilcloth would work just perfect!

  121. I would probably make a lunchbag and some kid aprons. And maybe some grocery totes. 😀

  122. what a great giveaway. I’ve wanted to make a shopping bag from oilcloth for ages, but I was a bit nervous about sewing with it. I went to John Lewis and lusted over some Cath Kidstone oilcloth, they said they’d send me a sample so I could try sewing it. When the sample came, it was the same pattern but in cotton! So I never bought any. :0(

  123. And I’m a follower!

  124. I know exactly what I would make with it: a trash bag for my car. Here’s to hoping.

  125. I would make some bags from the oilcloth. Thanks for the giveaway!

  126. I follow your blog via Google Reader.

  127. Hi Lindsay,
    I have been looking forward to making a bike bag out of this material:)
    I love this fabric!
    Sandy
    [email protected]

  128. Oilcloth – I’ve never used it before but after reading the website’s info I’m game to try it!

    I would make a tote for my grandmother’s rollator/walker – she has some hardware store tool belts on it now and really needs something sturdy, personalized, and PRETTY on it instead. I’m sure she would LOVE for me to make her more than one since it may become a second purse to her with her recent knee surgery.
    Or I’d make a market tote for my fruits and veggies. How cool would that be, to have a special, durable, water resistant bag to carry to the farmer’s market and back home!
    [email protected]

  129. I am a facebook fan! And I’d combine with my chalkboard fabric and make some “table fun” for my kids…[email protected]

  130. I also just added your link to my fb site…
    http://www.facebook.com/dragons2daisies

    placemats!

    Thanks
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  131. If I win the oilcloth giveaway I plan on making matching carry bags for myself and my two grandaughter, Aryn and Cathryn so we can keep our craft supplies ready for work

  132. I am an official blog follower

  133. I am a fan on facebook

  134. I have suggested “the Cottage Mama” to my facebook friends

  135. I follow you here and on facebook and will be sharing this post on fb. If I win I plan on making two little aprons for my 3 yr old, who said her other one is to small and one for my soon to be 1 yr old. A few bibs are always nice :))

    Ann
    [email protected]

  136. I would love to make a personalized laptop cover for my sister’s birthday!! (Thanks to the tutorials!!) I am also already a facebook fan and blog follower!

  137. I’ve been wanting to make some snack bags to take to the park with us. Oilcloth would be perfect.

  138. I have never used oilcloth, but it would be fun to try!! Stay warm Lindsey and enjoy the snow…we have TONS too!!!
    cindy

  139. snack/lunch totes. Fingers crossed 🙂
    sarah
    [email protected]

  140. i’m a new fb fan!

  141. I will probably make a tote bag if I win 🙂 aprilkek at verizon dot net

  142. I am an official follower of The Cottage Home blog.
    aprilkek at verizon dot net

  143. I am a fan of The Cottage Mama on fb!
    aprilkek at verizon dot net

  144. I would replace the ugly dark green canaopy on my daughters play house with s fun bright print!!
    sandy

  145. What do I need to do to win some inches of your fabric? Please tell me. I just need a few inches of some coordinated fabrics. [email protected]

  146. There are so many wonderful creative possibilities oilcloth otherwise process and then I’m always amazed at what will be presented in the blog for great ideas.