Tips and hints on working with PVC were provided by Rosalie Quinlan at the quilt market. Hopefully these will give you the confidence to try out her lovely PVC coated fabrics.
Simple projects like an apron table cloth or small bag are ideal.
Cutting is easier with one layer of fabric. Two layers of fabric work ok if you have them fabric side together. (not PVC side together as it could slip)
sellotape is better than pins to hold your fabric in place. Pins leave holes.
Use polyester thread it's stronger.
A normal foot is fine. Some find it useful to use a walking foot if you have one. Rosalie generally doesn't use one.
The PVC is turnable. Wrinkes disappear if you leave the project in a warm place. Eg in the sun.
If you are making a bag for the lining use a thick fabric for a proffesional finish.
For lining you could use cotton fused with Parlan. This is thicker than iron on pellon and not as fluffy. It comes fusable or plain. So buy the fusable sort.
Raw edges don't fray so can be left exposed if it suits the design.
You can punch holes in it!