If you have not used Roc-lon® Multi-Purpose Cloth™, I highly recommend this heavy duty fabric for a variety of stencil projects. The beauty of this fabric is that it cuts with a very clean edge, using scissors or an Xacto™ knife/craft knife. I typically find this fabric at my local JoAnn Fabrics store and almost always get it for 50% off with a coupon. It’s 54″ wide and runs around $20/yd, before the coupon. Here are some examples of how Roc-lon® can be used:
Panels, such as this one created by Susan Siefer, can be mounted to the wall with wallpaper paste. Masking pattern used by Modello Designs.
Floorcloth by Carol Leonesio, Paint It!
Stencil from The Stencil Library.
Roc-lon Window Treatment
This window treatment was created by Carol Leonesio and Susan Siefer. A top and bottom pocket were sewn by folding the fabric over. Tension rods were then inserted into the pockets. This is a fixed window treatment, but shade/roller kits are available at fabric and craft stores.