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To celebrate back to school, I have been sharing sewing patterns for zippered pencil pouches this month.? Today I’;m sharing with you the 3rd of these projectscanvas throw pillow covers, an Oilcloth Pencil Pouch. ? Make sure

To celebrate back to school, I have been sharing sewing patterns for zippered pencil pouches this month.? Today I’;m sharing with you the 3rd of these projectscanvas throw pillow covers, an Oilcloth Pencil Pouch. ? Make sure you also check out the chalkboard vinyl pencil pouch and the zippered pencil pouch sewing patterns I posted last week.

I absolutely love a quick sewing project and I love even more one that makes good use of some of my scraps of fabric (because I have a lot of them)!

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Today’;s project fits right in with both of those things. ? You can stitch it up in less than an hour, and it’;s the perfect project to make use of some of those scraps you’;ve got lying around.

This pencil pouch is made from oilcloth. Oilcloth is a heavy weight fabric that is coated to make it feel like plastic. It’;s great for kids because it can be wiped off and cleans?up easily. I picked it up last winter in a Cath Kidston?after the holiday’;s?sale.

I had my eye on it when we were in London last summer but was afraid that buying a bunch of it would weigh down my suitcase too much. When I spied it on clearance?last winter I grabbed a few yards and am so glad that I did.

If you’;ve never sewn with oilcloth or other “;coated”; fabrics before don’;t be intimidated. There are just a few things that you need to do differently. The most obvious one is to not touch it the right side of the fabric with a hot iron (it will melt and make a big mess out of your iron).

For other tips for sewing with laminate fabrics, check out this post that I wrote a couple of years ago.

If you’;d like to make the oilcloth pencil pouch that I’;m sharing today you’;ll need:

2 pieces of oilcloth each 9″; x 4″;

2 pieces of laminated cotton each 9″; x 4″;

9″; or longer polyester zipper

Pinking Blade for rotary cutter

Quilt Ruler

Teflon foot for sewing machine

scraps of tissue paper

This pencil pouch is constructed in exactly the same manner as the chalkboard cloth pouch that I posted last week. The only difference is in the size of the fabric. Which makes this pattern really versatile. You can make it ANY size you want just adjust the size of the fabric you start with.

For the full sewing tutorial just click on over to that post.

Welcome to day two of the #WonderlandHOP ! To celebrate the release of my Wonderland Fabric line with Riley Blake designs I’ve lined up some of my very favorite bloggers to share with you some great sewing tutorials using Wonderland! I think you guys will all be amazed by the talent of these wonderful ladies, and I hope to introduce you to some great blogs that you may or may not have encountered before.

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I was so excited to get another big box of Martha Stewart Craft Supplies.? I mean, who doesn’t like getting big boxes delivered, especially when it’s full of Martha Stewart products! This box was full of Craft Paint in all finishes.? Glitter, satin, pearl, high gloss.? It also had other solutions to add for fabric paint, stucco finish etc….? I was a bit intimidated by those, but I can’t wait to try them out. In addition to the paint, there were several packages of stencils.? SWEET!

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