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charliem
1600 days ago
 
PJJ Book Projects - Wallet

Hi!

Just wondered if anyone else had completed the wallet from the PJJ book yet - I've printed my canvas, and it's currently between Scotchgard coatings!

Any success stories/photos? Nothing on Flickr yet!



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superdewa
1599 days ago
 
I haven't, and I'm looking forward to seeing yours.

I've made duct tape wallets, and the pattern seems similar.


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maclac
1592 days ago
 
Hi, I couldn't get a reply to my query re: the photo wallet but can  any of you give me a pointer to buying some clear vinyl for this project?

Much obliged.

Malc
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mm
1592 days ago
 
Hiya, Malc.  From your flickr page (beautiful shots, by the way... Looove your Kirkcaldy landscapes), it looks like you live in Edinburgh, Scotland?  So, specifically, I can't suggest a place as I live in the States.  But you should try a fabric store -- or Amazon.  I would love to see your finished project!

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superdewa
1592 days ago
 
Fabric stores here in the states definitely carry it. I have a feeling I've seen something similar at my local hardware store, too.


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maclac
1591 days ago
 
Thanks, I'll check out my local store for the vinyl, Amazon keeps on giving carpet protectors etc when I search.

Any tips on thickness or malleability (is that a word? lol)?

@mm - I live in Kirkcaldy, Fife it's just north of Edinburgh over the Firth of Forth.Thanks for checking out my photos.

I aim to post some shots of any finished wallets I create - got to get the vinyl first (and get to grips with the sewing machine)
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belleariel
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1591 days ago
 
maclac

I tried google.com and used "Clear Vinyl Fabric" to search.  This is just one of many sites that came up:  http://www.onlinefabricstore.net/vinyl- … fabric.htm

I also tried googling "Clear Vinyl Fabric Edinburgh" and found this old entry, so Superdewa's suggestion about a fabric store is a good one!

11-11-2002, 04:05 PM    #12 
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Well, when you put it that way it sounds really wierd  I first got the idea from those signs that stick to glass doors just by static cling. I went to a sign store and they wanted about $20 a square foot for some so I told them they could keep it. Then I went to craft stores and they had similar stuff meant for using with inkjet printers so it was cloudy on one side to accomodate the ink. Finally I went to a big fabric store for overzealous mothers who sew all their kids clothes and that's where I found it. Those type of sewing stores must be everywhere. Anyways I found it in the section meant for table-top covers. They had a bunch of colours and also clear. It is probably the sme material used for shower curtains, but I had a couple thicknesses to choose from so I was able to get thin stuff. Anyways, once you get the air bubbles out it really clings so I would cut the tip off one corner so that you have somewhere to grab from when removing it.


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maclac
1588 days ago
 
Still no luck. Might have to order that stuff in you link Belleariel.

Saying that there is a textiles store in the town (a carpet and vinyl store) to be exact - going down there today to see if they have what I need.
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