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Thread: Floor Cloth

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    Well at least you got the free shipping. And some cleaning rags.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jojosnana
    Well at least you got the free shipping. And some cleaning rags.....
    Good way to look at it!

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    Let me tell you, my DDIL makes floorcloths and this stuff from fabric.com is NOT floorcloth material. I don't know where they got that term but I sure wouldn't want to walk on it. Again, maybe placemats. Hmmmm......another idea :roll:

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    Quote Originally Posted by grann of 6
    Let me tell you, my DDIL makes floorcloths and this stuff from fabric.com is NOT floorcloth material. I don't know where they got that term but I sure wouldn't want to walk on it. Again, maybe placemats. Hmmmm......another idea :roll:

    hmmmm, then i wonder what this stuff is. this sounds interesting. i wonder if you can really walk on it?

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    My DIL gave me a book for Xmas last year with patterns for 'floor quilts' .. you shellack,lacquer or maybe 'mod-pog' the fabric pieces to the floor cloth, trim out the edge, and have a beautiful 'quilt' you can walk on. I haven't made on yet, .... maybe I can't get past the whole... 'walking on a quilt'.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by vjengels
    My DIL gave me a book for Xmas last year with patterns for 'floor quilts' .. you shellack,lacquer or maybe 'mod-pog' the fabric pieces to the floor cloth, trim out the edge, and have a beautiful 'quilt' you can walk on. I haven't made on yet, .... maybe I can't get past the whole... 'walking on a quilt'.......
    :lol: :lol:

    are they attached to the floor in any way?

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    I think they put non-skid stuff on the bottom - I don't think they are attached to the floor.

    Quote Originally Posted by butterflywing
    Quote Originally Posted by vjengels
    My DIL gave me a book for Xmas last year with patterns for 'floor quilts' .. you shellack,lacquer or maybe 'mod-pog' the fabric pieces to the floor cloth, trim out the edge, and have a beautiful 'quilt' you can walk on. I haven't made on yet, .... maybe I can't get past the whole... 'walking on a quilt'.......
    :lol: :lol:

    are they attached to the floor in any way?

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    Quote Originally Posted by butterflywing
    Quote Originally Posted by vjengels
    My DIL gave me a book for Xmas last year with patterns for 'floor quilts' .. you shellack,lacquer or maybe 'mod-pog' the fabric pieces to the floor cloth, trim out the edge, and have a beautiful 'quilt' you can walk on. I haven't made on yet, .... maybe I can't get past the whole... 'walking on a quilt'.......
    :lol: :lol:

    are they attached to the floor in any way?
    No, it is just a fancy word for a rug.

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