A reversible table runner is one of the easiest ways to revamp any table, and the best part is you can use either sides at any time to change the look of a table. Making a table runner is a very easy project, even for beginners in sewing.
So, have you ever wondered how to beautify your table? You have an event coming up and want to give your table a charming appearance? What you need is a table runner; for hosting an event, celebrating a birthday/ anniversary, or just to change the look of a table. Christmas is almost here, this is the perfect time to make this simple table runner as you celebrate with families and loved ones. For this project, you’ll need;
- 1 yard of two different fabrics of your choice
- Measuring tape
- Sewing machine (or needle and thread if you’re hand sewing)
- Measure your table. Determine measurement of table runner specifically based on the length and width of your table. This project was made for our family dinning table, I decided to cut my length at 80 inches and the width at 10 inches.
- Cut both fabrics seperately, place right sides of both fabrics together and pin in place.
- To get pointed ends; mark center edge of fabric, mark 4 inches on each sides, draw lines from center to sides, and cut to create point.
- Sew both fabrics together on all edges with about a quarter inch seam allowance. Leave a 5 inch opening on one side, to easily turn fabric to the right side. Remember to back stitch at the beginning and end of each stitch.
- Trim corners carefully to help remove bulk on corners.
- Turn the runner, right side out.
- Hand stitch the 5 inch opening to close with an invisible stitch.
- Iron seams to flatten out and give a finished look.
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