Marie Zakrzewski, of Timeless Floorcloths, has been painting floorcloths for five years and says that she absolutely loves what she is doing. She stencils historical, traditional, and country floorcloths, and also paints modern designs. Located in Connecticut, Marie will ship her floorcloths anywhere in the world. To see more of Marie’s work, visit her website.
Michele Hollick, owner of Stenciled Floorcloths by Michele, has been stenciling for more than 25 years. Located in Southern New Hampshire, she began making floorcloths after becoming interested in Colonial-era furnishings and accessories. Michele’s work has been featured in Colonial Home and Early American Life magazines. Visit Michele’s website for more information on ordering her […]
I was planning to write a new post on stenciled floorcloths, but once I began my research, I found much more than I could possibly include in a single blog entry, so over the next several days I will be sharing a number of posts, as well as tweets and Facebook links, on this topic. […]
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 […]
If you’re looking for gifts to stencil and give, Canvasworks offers placemat sets, floorcloths, dog mats, and growth chart, all ready to be stenciled and finished by you. They offer several different kits which include the canvas item, instructions, and any stencils needed to complete your project. And as an added bonus, from now until […]