#GiftWrapped! Holiday Applique Floor Canvas

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Make the Holiday Applique Floor Canvas by AQS QuiltWeek Vendor Tami Pfeil of BEHG Designs.

Gather Supplies & download the Free Pattern. (Updated with enlarged cutting diagrams for convenience)

The very same fabric bundle that is used for the #GiftWrapped! Floor canvas can be cut LOF (length of fabric) instead of WOF (width of fabric) for a narrow floor runner, table runner, or bed runner.
Here is the cutting diagram:
Here are is what the runner would look like:
Looking for additional crafting and sewing projects for the holidays? Tami also talked about design inspiration for #LightItUp! and #LetItSnow!  Visit Tami’s online shop and download the Frosty & Flakey – A Creative Fiber Art Pattern.  There’s loads of FREE! Project Ideas and Make It Quick downloads on the website to explore for holiday crafting and gift giving, including the Light It Up mixed media art project as seen in the video.
Do you need to order a Holiday Floor Canvas fabric bundle?  There’s plenty in Tami’s SHOP.  While you’re there, sign up to receive Tami’s BLOG newsletter.
As we transition into the holiday season we’re all thinking ahead to gift giving. Whether you’re sewing and making gifts, or gifting a project to a sewer, there’s a little bit of everything for everyone.  BEHGDesigns are curated with Premier Prints fabrics for a little utility value and grit – Quilts,  Yoga & Nap Mats,  TotesPatterns and more. Everyone is always looking for the best bang for their holiday spending buck (or reindeer!) and there’s no shortage of jingle here.  The patterns are FREE! with a corresponding fabric bundle purchase AND the fabric bundles include all the fabrics for the FRONT, BACKING & BINDING…..a terrific value!

Click here to download the entire pattern including the supply list and cutting instructions. (Updated with enlarged cutting diagrams for convenience)

Looking for some inspiration? Visit Tami’s website! https://handbehg.com/

Get these great fabric kits from Tami’s site:

#FestiveGarland! Fabric Bundle

Click here to order the kit from Tami.

 

#LetItSnow! Fabric Bundle

Click here to order the kit from Tami.

 

#LightItUp! Fabric Bundle

Click here to order the kit from Tami.

Looking for more fun floor canvas ideas? Visit Tami’s site for these and more!

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Patti McConnell

Oh my gosh this looks like fun!

Patti….this floor canvas projects ARE fun and so enjoyable to put together. Holler if you have any particular questions. There are plenty of fabric bundles in my shop at the links above.

Susan Lagville

what kind of fabric is used for the floor mats? is it cotton or real canvas? do I need a special machine to sew it?

Hello Susan!
Thanks so much for your message. The fabrics are 100% cotton, washable, home-dec grade canvas. The front/back/binding fabric is an 8oz Slub Canvas and the applique components are a 7oz Cotton Duck Canvas. All of the fabrics in this program are designed and printed in the USA! You already have the tools and the sewing know-how to make this project. I’m confident you will be pleasantly surprised how user-friendly these fabrics are to work with! More details to follow next week! Hope you join in on the fun.

Pat Hitchcock

These are adorable

Thanks very much, Pat! This was really a fun project to put together.

Pat Hitchcock

These are delightful

LOVE THESE!
Will they be non-skid?

Marianne…..just like a jelly roll rug or other quilter’s cloth/sheeting projects for the floor, these floor canvas projects are also NOT made from a from a non-skid medium. Many box store floor coverings do not have a non-skid component either. I have these quilted canvas floor coverings all over my home, on hardwood and on tile floors in the bathroom, and don’t have an issue with skidding, however, some good sense should prevail here. As a general rule of thumb, always err on the side of caution and put a non-skid backing underneath if you’re concerned. There are plenty of… Read more »