Floor Cloths Can Go Anywhere!

This is just a post script to the floor cloth idea... I would love to make one to fit inside our "wooden" rug in the foyer. I originally proposed to my husband that we sand the center and paint/stencil it. I watched a grown man cry!! The vinyl floor cloth will be much easier on him. :-)  I also want to use a toilet rug as a pattern and make vinyl floor cloths to use around the toilets... so much easier to clean and I can get a tighter fit.  Just think how cute they could be in the kids' bathroom! Floor cloths are not just for the kitchen!
Keep stitchin' for the ones you love!
Hugs from Mary

Comments

  1. These floor cloths are just too cool! I love the fact that they can fit into such tight places and be cut for a tight fit. Love the idea about using them in bathrooms. Stool rugs always seem so unsanitary. Love the idea!! Will definitely make a trip to Menards this weekend. Thanks for the tip. :)

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  2. I love the post you did for Madame Samm. What a beautiful floor cloth you made. I remember trying to make one with fabric stretched over a frame....what a mess. This is much easier. I love your header too!
    Deb

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  3. Visiting from Stash manicure. Tried to sign up as a follower, and am getting an error message. Will try again. I really like your cell phone cover, that is a project I will try soon.

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  4. Your posts are so informative. Love your step-by-step instructions. I have some stencils hanging around too that I've been itching to use, but not on the walls.

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  5. Came from Stash. I love your posting. I have always wanted to try making oilcloths but thought it was too much...not now...Thanks for the great ideas. I tried to follow you but can't seem to find how. I checked out your blog and I love what you are doing. I will be back.

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  6. Just read your post at Stash Manicure. Fantastic floor cloth idea. I'm not much of a painter but would love to learn. I am following you and plan to make the phone bag.

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  7. I read this over at Stash Manicure and am soooo amazed. How creative is that?? AWESOME

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  8. I love the floor cloths. I have an ugly kitchen floor and live in an aparment so changing it is not an option. A floor cloth would sure spice it up.

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  9. Saw you over at Stash Manicure. Very interesting post. Your work is beautiful. Your followers button seems to be working again and you are almost up to 100! COngrats.

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  10. Popping over from Stash Manicure. Thanks for the great tutorial!

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  11. I have an airstream buddy from NC who made one for my RV. Love it!

    She uses the same method.

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  12. Came from Stash and thanks for the tutorial.
    That floor cloths very cute.

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  13. Hi Mary a very interesting tutorial, I have done floor clothes in the past and they are great fun.

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  14. Loved reading your post over at Madame Samm's. What a clever idea.

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  15. Just read your Madame Samm article; really clever. I'm afraid I wouldn't have the patience to do it though. I will be making your cell phone cases! Thank you.

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  16. What a clever idea! I can't imagine doing it myself but never say never. Thanks for sharing your tutorial. I am a new follower and I am sponsered by Lily Pad Quilting.

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  17. OH MY GOSH, these are fantastic.. Great idea & tutorial..thanks

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  18. I like this one even better than the one you made for the kitchen:) Thanks for inspiring me today!!!

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  19. I'm not much into stenciling these days, but your floor rug idea is very smart. Thanks for the tutorial. I'm now a follower.

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  20. What a clever idea! Love it. And you make it look so easy. Thanks

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  21. Thanks for the floor cloth tutorial. It's a great idea. I think it would be a good way to protect wood floors from the casters of an office chair too.

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  22. Came over from Stash. These floor cloths are just amazing. You've got a new follower!

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  23. I came to your blog from Stash and became a follower. What an interesting tutorial you did. You made it look so easy and it looked absolutely great. I am going to store this in my brain and someday give it a try.

    lsandes@comcast.net

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  24. What a Great Post over at Madame Samm's. That has to be the most creative idea ever!! I am following you Mary and look forward to your Future Post.
    Huggs, Nancy

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  25. These floor cloths are great. Putting it on my list of things to try.

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  26. Came over from Stash Manicure. I am following now. Love to paint also and I have a friend that makes floor cloths and I have been wanting to try it myself.

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  27. Yeahhhhh lot's of new followers.. you forgot to add something today that you were over at sew we quilt...but I think everyone knows that now since they were directed here..you think lol...

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  28. Hi! What a great idea you posted today at Stash! So fun, it looks like the possibilities are endless - my sisters would love them for Christmas, my girls would love them for their bathroom... Hmmm... I can just picture one with a quilt motif. Thanks - fantastic post!

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  29. Great tute at Madame Samm's, thanks!

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  30. Great tutorial at Stash Manicure/Sew We Quilt. Your floor cloths are beautiful. I just read your post about your daughters quilt. Good for you-I have been quilting for a long time and just now tried my first mitered border. I will be following you too! 240 followers now!

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