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floorcloth

A heavy canvas used as carpeting; may be decorated.
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Choose the size of your floorcloth, then add 2 inches to the length and width to allow for a hem.
SAN FRANCISCO -- Gracewood Design, a leading American floor covering & floor treatment design firm, today announced the introduction of its floorcloth product line to the western United States market.
understand media, techniques and processes by creating a floorcloth.
Swinney, widely tipped to be used as a floorcloth by McConnell at question time, did better than expected.
In fact, it is believed that George Washington and Thomas Jefferson were proud floorcloth owners.
Russian Hamlet was truly chilling when the poor addled prince (Igor Markov alternating with Yuri Smekalov) imagined the ghost of his murdered father fighting its way up through a floorcloth.
Go and get a floorcloth and some carpet-cleaner, someone.
On a floorcloth commissioned by a cat lover, for example, tiny cat paws and a collar appear to lie on the tile; one for a kitchen includes a Florida cookbook opened to a page with one of Dyrda's mother's recipes on it.
Nichols Hill, a wholly owned subsidiary of Toland Enterprises, will introduce One Fine Day, a washable, water-resistant floorcloth made from laminated canvas that retails at $80 for a 2-by-3.
Amelan, including a prominent diagonal path on the floorcloth, prepares the observer's eye for what appear to be any number of journeys upon which the dancers may be embarking.
Nichols Hill introduced a stretch canvas series called "Ooh la la" -- and will soon add a floorcloth -- to coordinate with French dinnerware by Yves Deshouliers.
Nichols Hill, a wholly owned subsidiary of Toland, is presenting 20 to 30 new floorcloth and woven rug designs from artists such as Tracy Porter, Michal Sparks, Sally Dailey and Mary Engelbreit.