For this example, I used heavy duty (12 0z.) pre-primed canvas, which will provide the easiest working surface and highest durability . I was lucky enough to find a whole bolt at a discount fabric wharehouse near me. If you don't have such luck, it can be ordered online.
These are just a couple places you can order from. There are even companies that will sell 'blanks' with the canvas measured, hemmed and ready to paint, *but* I have found the extra expense to be out of my range! On that note, I finish my edges by simply hot gluing the selvage and the ends.
And as simple as that, you have a finished floorcloth!
For those who would like step-by-step instructions and more design ideas, this is an excellent book for you.
or check your local library.
Be sure to check back for part 3 of Fabulous Floorcloths. I'll share a different technique for making floorcloths that might surprise you!
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