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post #41 of 47
i used cotton broadcloth... and it isnt stiff like purchased oilcloth but it does seem to be drying. slowly. its been sitting for two days now.
post #42 of 47
Ok, an update on my thin fabric foray into oilcloth.

It worked great, just took 3 whole days to dry. My mother is enjoying her birthday present now, just a couple of days late.
post #43 of 47
Awesome thread! I'm gonna have to try to make some of these. It didn't even occur to me that I could sew these instead of buying 'em. Thanks!

Getting crunchier all the time...
post #44 of 47
What a great idea!
post #45 of 47
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Originally Posted by dinomom View Post
Vinyl can leech lead. Remember that is why so many of the soft lunch boxes were recalled? They were causing lead poisoning. Do not use vinyl.

PUL is not graded food safe, but from my research I am comfortable using it for my family.
Does anyone have more info (or perhaps a link to another thread) about the soft lunch boxes?? I had not heard of this before -- and would like some more info.

TIA!
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