I did two tic-tac-toe games on it so a few people can play at once.
Want to sew your own? Grab an old table cloth, or other large piece of fabric- a flat sheet would work great, too. Measure it out- Mine was really long, so I made my hopscotch squares 10 inches. See how much room you have on yours and divide it out- you need 8 rows of squares to go to the number 10. I used chalk to mark on my fabric since it was a dark fabric- if you are using a lighter color, pencil, or a fabric pen will do. Mark the lines where you will sew the ribbon. Pin on your ribbon- flip the corners like this:
Make sure to use lots of pins, it can get uneven really quickly if it is too loose.
Sew on the ribbon. I did the hopscotch and tic-tac-toe, then I folded it in half and sewed all around the edge to make it reversible.
The numbers were painted on with puff paint- however, I have found it is starting to peel off. You could paint them with stencils, use fabric pens, or sew letters on- this will just take a lot longer!
Have fun. If you make one, let me know! I would love to see how your project turns out.
If you like this project, be sure to check out my Alphabet mat!