Number 12 Cotton Duck Canvas | 144″ Width

$17.14 / linear yard

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Uses for this 12 oz cotton duck cloth include: Floor Cloths, Place Mats, Canvas feed buckets, pottery canvas, Tool bags, tote bags, pouches, duffle bags, sand bags, archery targets, bed rolls, slings, Tents, gun covers, Stretched Canvas, boxing ring mats and much more!

**This product is too wide to ship on a roll by Fedex or UPS, it has to ship folded.  Due to fabric weight and width larger orders may have to be broken down into smaller quantities and then folded, we will always consult the customer about this prior to shipping.  If you want it on a roll, we will have to call you with a freight shipment quote**

Note: All Canvas Material is sold by the linear yards. Most orders are shipped folded, certain items 10 yards or more will be shipped on a tube. If you need your order to ship on a tube, please click the box on the cart page. Primed artist canvas is the only item shipped on a tube regardless of length.

Volume Pricing Breaks: 50-99 Yards – 5% Off, 100 yards – 10% Off


Our #12 duck cotton duck canvas has the softest hand of all the numbered ducks. At 12 ounces per square yard, this fabric material is used for bags, artist canvas, outdoor work-wear, apparel and a number of different applications. Plied yarns give it high tensile and tear strength. Plied yarns, sturdy canvas, soft hand, and low residual shrinkage after washing.

#12/ 12 oz Cotton Duck Uses

  • Floor Cloths
  • Place Mats
  • Canvas feed buckets
  • Pottery canvas
  • Tool bags
  • Tote bags
  • Pouches
  • Duffel bags
  • Hand bags
  • Archery targets
  • Bed rolls
  • Slings
  • Tents
  • Gun covers
  • Stretched canvas
  • Boxing ring mats
  • Much more!

#12 Cotton Duck Features:

Weight: 11.76 oz/sq yd

Width (inches): 144 (there are 36, 48, 60, 72, 84, 120 inch wide options that are in-stock and available to order)

Content: 100% Cotton

Coating: None

Finish: Natural

Yarn: Plied

Weave: Plain

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*Fabrics are mostly water and flame resistant, but sometimes water and flame proof depending on how long the fabric is exposed to those conditions*

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