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Oilcloth is a vinyl fabric with a cotton mesh backing that is somewhat canvas-like and often features a printed design. Protect your high-traffic surfaces with cute tablecloths that you can wipe clean with ease. This fabric is also perfect for placemats, bibs, shelf lining, and aprons. Use to line things like toiletry bags and diaper bags for easy clean-up.
Chalk Cloth Green Fabric
Chalk Cloth Green Fabric
This very heavyweight vinyl has a polyester knit backing and perfect for upholstery projects, craft projects, headboards and ottomans. This ...
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Chalk Cloth Green Fabric

Description: This very heavyweight vinyl has a polyester knit backing and perfect for upholstery projects, craft projects, headboards and ottomans. This vinyl has 175,000 double rubs, 1000 hours UV resistance, -20C cold crack. California residents click here for Proposition 65 information. ...

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Oilcloth Tokyo Dot Black Fabric
Oilcloth Tokyo Dot Black Fabric
Oilcloth is vinyl on a cotton mesh base. It's great retro fabric for protecting surfaces, creating fun settings and crafts. ...
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Oilcloth Tokyo Dot Black Fabric

Description: Oilcloth is vinyl on a cotton mesh base. It's great retro fabric for protecting surfaces, creating fun settings and crafts. This bonded vinyl is durable and very versatile. Create placemats, tablecloths, coverings and shelf lining. Don't forget oilcloth for your ...

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Oilcloth London Floral Navy Fabric
Oilcloth London Floral Navy Fabric
Oilcloth is vinyl on a cotton mesh base. It's great retro fabric for protecting surfaces, creating fun settings and crafts. ...
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Oilcloth London Floral Navy Fabric

Description: Oilcloth is vinyl on a cotton mesh base. It's great retro fabric for protecting surfaces, creating fun settings and crafts. This bonded vinyl is durable and very versatile. Create placemats, tablecloths, coverings and shelf lining. Don't forget oilcloth for your ...

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