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From cotton canvas to duck canvas to heavy-duty canvas, the most complete selection lives online at Mood, but the history of canvas fabric began in Ancient Rome. During the early 8th Century, canvas fabric debuted as multi-strand canvas and was popular for its colorfastness, abrasion resistance, and durability. By the 15th Century, canvas fabric entered the art world as the world’s first painting was executed on thick, wear-resistant canvas. It was the early 16th Century that gave us our first glimpse of one of today's most popular canvas-made items; the canvas tote bag. Since the beginning of the 21st Century, from stretch canvas to poly blends, the world has seen more canvas fabric iterations than ever.

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  1. Product #: 423351 Warm Taupe Cotton Canvas
    Almost Sold Out! Only 10.5 Left.

      

    $13.99  / Yard
  2. Product #: 422776 Pale Beige Mercerized Stretch Cotton Canvas

      

    $13.99  / Yard
  3. Product #: 421997 Italian Black Cotton Canvas with Fringe Stripes

      

    $24.99  / Yard
  4. Product #: 421999 Italian White Cotton Canvas with Fringe Stripes

      

    $24.99  / Yard
  5. Product #: 322821 Orange and Fuchsia Ikat Striped Cotton Canvas

      

    $13.99  / Yard
  6. Product #: 320176 Shaved Chocolate Stretch Cotton Canvas
    Almost Sold Out! Only 2 Left.

      

    $13.99  / Yard
  7. Product #: 110321 Wheat Cotton Canvas

      

    $15.99  / Yard
  8. Product #: 115425 Sierra Red Cotton Canvas

      

    $15.99  / Yard
  9. Product #: 110323 White Cotton Canvas

      

    $15.99  / Yard
  10. Product #: 110324 Black Cotton Canvas

      

    $15.99  / Yard
  11. Product #: 114009 Loden Green Cotton Canvas

      

    $15.99  / Yard
  12. Product #: 110322 Navy Cotton Canvas
    Almost Sold Out! Only 8 Left.

      

    $15.99  / Yard
  13. Product #: 115424 Coffee Cotton Canvas

      

    $15.99  / Yard
  14. Product #: 318456 Beige and White Cotton Canvas

      

    $13.99  / Yard
  15. Product #: 317991 Sea NY Navy and Gilded Beige Striped Cotton Canvas

    Designer: Sea NY

    $17.99  / Panel
  16. Product #: 316354 Italian Powder Pink Water Repellent Canvas

      

    $11.99  / Yard
  17. Product #: 316353 Italian Kentucky Blue Water Repellent Canvas

      

    $11.99  / Yard
  18. Product #: 316355 Italian White Water Repellent Canvas

      

    $11.99  / Yard
  19. Product #: 312801 Pacific, Forest Night and Gray Sand Camo Cotton Canvas
    Almost Sold Out! Only 1 Left.

      

    $13.99  / Yard
  20. Product #: 313945 Canadian White Cotton Canvas

      

    $11.99  / Yard
  21. Product #: 313950 Heavy White Cotton Canvas/Non-Fusible Stiffener

      

    $13.99  / Yard
  22. Product #: 308672 Orange/Fuchsia Striped Mercerized Cotton-Linen Canvas

      

    $15.99  / Yard
  23. Product #: 307329 Rag & Bone Treated Black Coffee/Black Canvas
    Almost Sold Out! Only 6 Left.

    Designer: Rag & Bone

    $13.99  / Yard
  24. Product #: 307289 Rag & Bone Gray Chevron Cotton Canvas
    Almost Sold Out! Only 4 Left.

    Designer: Rag & Bone

    $13.99  / Yard
  25. Product #: FC12725 Beige Floral Cotton Canvas

      

    $11.99  / Yard
  26. Product #: FC18510 Beige/Silver Sparkle Solid Canvas
    Almost Sold Out! Only 5 Left.

      

    $11.99  / Yard
  27. Product #: FC12708 Italian Black and White Floral Cotton Canvas

      

    $13.99  / Yard
  28. Product #: HC9162 Brushed
    Almost Sold Out! Only 9 Left.

      

    $15.99  / Yard
  29. Product #: FC12726 Bright Aqua Reptile-Print Ombre Cotton Canvas

      

    $9.99  / Yard
  30. Product #: FC12727 Hot Pink Reptile-Print Cotton Canvas
    Almost Sold Out! Only 9 Left.

      

    $9.99  / Yard
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From cotton canvas to duck canvas to heavy-duty canvas, the most complete selection lives online at Mood, but the history of canvas fabric began in Ancient Rome. During the early 8th Century, canvas fabric debuted as multi-strand canvas and was popular for its colorfastness, abrasion resistance, and durability. By the 15th Century, canvas fabric entered the art world as the world’s first painting was executed on thick, wear-resistant canvas. It was the early 16th Century that gave us our first glimpse of one of today's most popular canvas-made items; the canvas tote bag. Since the beginning of the 21st Century, from stretch canvas to poly blends, the world has seen more canvas fabric iterations than ever.

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