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Jolee Tablecloths Blog

  1. What Can Oilcloth Be Used For

    You've probably heard us say this before but it always amazes us how adaptable oilcloth is as a fabric. Once you get over how to sew with oilcloth (check out our blog on how to do this HERE) then the world is your oyster. Why is oilcloth so popular? Primarily the designs are what draws people in. Whether it is...
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  2. Choosing a Christmas Tablecloth

    With Christmas just around the corner we see an increase in sales for our range of Wipeable tablecloths. During the festive period we tend to spend more time around the dinner table than any other time of the year. Whether you use a wipe clean tablecloth all year round or just for Christmas a tablecloth will protect your table and...
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  3. Why is Grey So Popular For Interiors

    Why is Grey So Popular For Interiors
    I don't profess to being an Interior Designer but having spent the last 25 years around fabrics you get to see trends unfold in front of you. Grey over the last two years has been such a popular colour that it is difficult not to blog about why it is so popular for interiors. Dulux now offer 557 different shades...
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  4. How To Sew with Oilcloth

    How To Sew with Oilcloth
    Sewing with Oilcloth, PVC Vinyl or Acrylic Fabric can be so rewarding. There has been a real increase in the popularity of working with Oilcloth. Lots of small businesses are now flourishing selling things such as Oilcloth Bags, aprons and peg bags. Due to how versatile Oilcloth is the only limitations really are your imagination when working with Oilcloth. Because...
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  5. What is Oilcloth?

    Possibly the most asked question asked to us is 'What is the difference between your Tablecloths?' Unfortunately, over the years the difference has become a bit clouded as modern oilcloth is nothing like it was many years ago. Oilcloth use dates back to the 18th Century where it used linen as a base cloth and was then coated with linseed-oil...
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