No-Fuss No-Sew Tablecloth

No-Fuss No-Sew Tablecloth


No-Fuss No-Sew Tablecloth
No-Fuss No-Sew Tablecloth
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This may be the easiest project you've ever seen! If you need a tablecloth for your picnic table this summer, look no further than this No-Fuss No-Sew Tablecloth. The secret to this no-stain cloth is in the type of fabric it uses. Since this special type of fabric usually comes in a print, all you have to do is measure and cut.
Roll up the tablecloth pattern instead of folding it when you're done to prevent wrinkling. Summer craft ideas like this aren't just limited to summer, though. You can easily use this no-sew tablecloth to protect your kitchen table from spills and grimy hands all year long.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour


Primary TechniqueFabric Crafts

Difficulty LevelEasy


Project TypeMake a Project

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So I had to go on a hunt for oilcloth! It's amazing, the kinds of patterns they make and it's not expensive at all. I don't use tablecloths all the time because it's hard to launder and iron them, but I would use oilcloth! I wonder, could you zigzag a hem around it for looks, or would that tear the cloth?

Fabric tablecloths are expensive and even vinyl outdoors ones are, too. I really love this idea. I always have seen oilcloth out there but I never knew how to use it. I'd love to make my own tablecloth. If I buy online I am sure I will have dozens if not hundreds of patterns to choose from. That way, I could really make more than one for my table- my indoor dining room table! I would definitely seal the edges with the glue and water solution. How easy it that?!

If you do not want to sew a tablecloth but want something different than the same ones everyone buys in the store than this No Fuss No Sew tablecloth is just what you need. Just cut and put on. They use oil cloth so it will not stay wet. I love the vibrant colors of this table cloth but oil cloth is a bit pricy. I like the idea she has about rolling the table cloth when you are not using it so it does not get creased. Great idea for those summer barbecues or picnics.


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