OilclothByTheYard.com is the largest supplier of oilcloth in the USA! OilclothByTheYard.com carries the largest selection of prints and colors available. We sell by the yard and by the roll. We supply everyone, both retail and wholesale, individuals, crafters, designers and retail stores.
Please check out our extensive collection of swatches to see for yourself all of our prints and color ways available including floral, fruit, toile, gingham, dot, stripe, solid, faux bois, chevron, big dots, and camouflage. We also carry animal prints including zebra, leopard, and giraffe as well as our newest menagerie. We carry the best in retro and modern prints. Check out our newest plaids! We carry all of our prints in every color available – red, orange, yellow, black green, blue, white, pink, purple, gold, silver and metallic as well! If it's on our website, it's in stock!
Want a custom print? Call us for details! 610.888.2037
All of our prints are in stock and available immediately.
We ship from Philadelphia, PA and or Los Angeles CA. We can deliver anywhere in the world.
We ship our goods via UPS or USPS.
All wholesale inquires must be made by calling us at 610.888.2037 Please note we do not give wholesale information over the internet.
Oilcloth is utilitarian fabric. Its durable, vibrant, reusable, wipeable, long lasting, fade resistant and water proof!
Oilclothbytheyard.com only sells genuine oilcloth. Oilcloth is a retro fabric, its cloth treated on one side with a waterproof coating, originally popular in the 1950’s. Although real oilcloth looks similar to vinyl or plastic, it is manufactured with far superior qualities than those inferior fabrics. Unlike a vinyl, it wont stretch, fade tear easily or crack. Unlike a laminate which will yellow, fade, and crack, genuine oilcloth is easy to sew, won’t yellow, crack or fade. Oilcloth is great for tablecloths, outdoor pillows, placemats, aprons, and all sorts of bags!
The CPSIA act of 2008 prohibits oilcloth garments such as bibs and aprons or toys for children under age 12. This is due to the level of phthalates (a softener present in all vinyl) in the PVC coating.
*Don’t feel like making it yourself? Check out our other website Freckledsage.com
for our complete line of oilcloth products.