Did you mean this post for hometalk? looks like you are asking someone a question ?!?! here is how to do this project
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I've made a cover but not of crop cloth material. My family is entirely too messy for those light colors. I guess I could dye them but my washing machine is one of those that sets its own level and not good for dyeing material. Never again will I purchase one that doesn't allow me to over ride the water level.
I have made a bedspread before. Went to a Fabric warehouse where you could purchase fabric in extra large widths. It was extremely hard to work with. But it came out beautiful.. Hard to match up the patterns.
Not sure what this has to do with a dropcloth.
Sounds like you’re seeking a specific post. Try the search bar at the top left. But otherwise, yes, you can stitch them together to make one.
No, I never have made one, but I see no reason why it should not only work , but look great. You could leave as is or embellish with wooden buttons for the closure, or Stencil it or Paint it with Sharpie Pens or Embroider it with Wool or even Applique on to it. Ooh! I'm beginning to inspire myself to do it myself when I get the chance! Happy Sewing!
If you are curious on the how to's, this might help you:
Here's a post that might help - https://michellejdesigns.com/budget-friendly-drop-cloth-bedspread-and-pillow-shams/
I made a picnic blanket with my drop clothhttps://www.simplenaturedecorblog.com/how-to-decorate-a-stylish-picnic-table/
Is this what you had in mind?
Drop cloths are very scratchy
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I've made duvet covers for my disabled and elderly clients for over a decade. I buy flat sheets on sale or at the Goodwill. I've found that flannel on one side is very cosy. The drop clothes I've used on other projects aren't very soft, so I don't know how they would feel.
I usually use a long upholstry zipper at the bottom, but I have also done snaps. I usually cut them 6" larger on all sides from the comforter to be inserted, sew inside out, then flip open, press and I stitch 1 1/2" from all sides to create a hemmed channel on 3 sides. I then sew in the zipper with a plaque overlapping the zipper.
You want to make a duvet cover out of a drop cloth? Here is a tutorial on how to make a duvet cover: https://www.hometalk.com/43672673/diy-duvet-cover
Here is a DIY duvet from Hometalk https://www.hometalk.com/6205565/drop-cloth-duvet-making-winter-cozy