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My table needed a little something to go with the patriotic centerpiece that I created last summer so I crafted a coordinating table runner using materials that I had on hand in my sewing stash.
I like this so much that it may just stay on my table all summer!
Ruler/Rotary Cutter/Sewing Machine
1. Measure your table to determine the size of your runner. I had a small drop cloth on hand from another project and was able to use a section of it that was already hemmed on two sides. I turned under the other two sides and stitched into place.
The plastic backing on this drop cloth gives it some stability, making it a perfect weight for a runner.
I’m sharing with Metamorphosis Monday at Between Naps on the Porch, with Tutorial Tuesday at Hope Studios, with Beth’s Tutorials and Tips Link Party at Home Stories A 2 Z, with Jen’s Weekend Wrap-Up Party at Taterots and Jello, with the CSI Project’s Red, White, or Blue Challenge, and with I Savor the Weekend’s Patriotic Linky Party.