Friday, January 20, 2017

It's PUL-Palooza! Tutorial Round-up & Pattern Giveaway

Wet wintertime around here has us using a lot of my PUL fabric projects on a regular basis. It seems like a good time to do a round-up of some of those handy, waterproof tutorials AND giveaway a few copies of my perfect-for-PUL Patterns too.

The useful, waterproof, breathable quality of PUL (polyester fabric with a polyurethane lamination) is well known for cloth diapers and training pants, but it's also good for loads of other projects you can make yourself. 

For keeping warm and dry on snowy days, PUL rocks for things like these insulated snow mittens.  Get the FREE pattern for these HERE.

It's excellent for making snow pants too.  Use my DIY Snow Pants tutorial to make some in less than an hour and for way less than the store bought equivalent.

It makes for awesome wet bags for diapers, laundry & swimwear.  Get the how-to for some HERE.

It's ideal for big bags too.  My Wonderfully Waterproof Tote tutorial works well as a diaper bag, travel tote or beach bag:

PUL is great for food storage too, like reusable sandwich bags.  These are super simple to make with small PUL pieces:

Or try making some snack sacks.  See how to make both kinds of bags HERE.  

If you're looking for some of these fabrics, I've added a few favorite PUL prints from my stash to my Etsy shop:

Now let's do a giveaway for a Pair of PDF Patterns for PUL fabric!  

My popular Sanity Saving Training Pants Pattern:

and my Space Saver Backpack Pattern:

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  1. Definitely mittens for the grandkids - love this fabric.

  2. I have never worked with this fabric but would love to make some of your training pants and snack bags for my granddaughter!

  3. I love working with this fabric. So many great projects. Wet bags for baby showers and lunchbags are 2 of my favorites.

  4. I agree with all 3 comments! I have never used PUL fabric, Much needed spare mittens on the farm where we have grandchildren here all the time! The training pants and snack bags would be great for our grandchildren as well!

  5. I have used PUL fabric to make diaper covers and training pants in the past. I need to make some large size overnight pants, snow pants, and mittens.

  6. I've never used it before. I like the snack bag idea though.

  7. I have never use PUL before and would love to make some waterproof bags for the granddaughters for their boat.

  8. I use pul for catheter bag covers for hospice patients in a senior care facility where I counsel. Nobody likes their urine showing when they get visitors.


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