Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Oilcloth Wristlet Tutorial

  Hi There.  So I worked hard to create a tutorial for you to make one of my favorite things… My oilcloth wristlet.  It is cute, fun and super convenient for quick trips out, walking kids to the park, carrying essentials at the gym or on a bike ride (the large strap fits nicely over the handlebars) .  You get it.  Oilcloth is fabulous because it's waterproof and also made in some really funky prints.

These are really quick to make and I think you could cross a lot of names on your Christmas list by making these babies as gifts.
I sell them in my etsy shop, too, if you’re not the sewing kind.

Here you are without further ado.  Please let me know if you have any questions!


Would love a comment if you make one or just want to say hello or say that you love this or to brighten up my day ;)


  1. That is super-cute! I love the pattern of the fabric and that you used such a brightly coloured zip!

  2. What a great wristlet. Love both the shape and the fabric.
    Wish you a good day :)

  3. Love this! I'm pinning this for Christmas ideas! Visiting from the Idea Room...

    Rhonda @ home.made.

  4. I was always intimidated by zippers and ran as fast as I could when i saw one. I get it now, you work around it, duh! Love it, can't wait to make one of my own. Thanks

  5. Great tutorial! I need to make one of these once I figure out my sewing machine. I am presently sewing disabled due to my lack of experience.
    I'd love for you to link up to my Fresh Friday Link party!

  6. I like these, Tina!!!They really do look cute!

  7. is it crazy to think i've never sewn a zipper?! but this looks totally doable.

  8. What a great wristlet!! I like that it is a totally different shape than I've seen before & would fit my stuff better! Thanks for the tutorial! Now to find some oilcloth... :)

  9. Have to make this! Looks ideal for carrying essential diabetic supplies!


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