I'm so excited to bring you these three table runner projects in this How to Make a Table Runner eBook.. You can dress up any table with one of these handmade creations. The table runners are sure to be conversation starters, not to mention a lovely backdrop for meals with family and friends.
Fizz Table Runner
by Lisa Cox
Candy Table Runner
by Carol Zentgraf
The Ghanaian Batik Tablescape by Lisa Shepard Stewart gives your table a true African flair with textured batik cottons from Ghana. Colorfast for easy care, these exotic prints are both beautiful and practical. The table runner features simple strip-piecing, and is a snap to make.
The Fizz Table Runner by Lisa Cox features interlocking circles, elegantly embroidered sashiko style onto natural linen. Hand screen-printed organic cotton on the borders and backing echo the handstitched pattern of fizz dancing along the fabric.
The Candy Table Runner by Carol Zentgraf displays a love of holiday candy with a trio of appliquéd peppermints-without adding any calories to the festivities. You can adapt the pattern to make any size, from a single candy for a placemat, to a long runner with multiple candies on each side.
I hope you enjoy making these table runners, from picking out the fabrics that speak to you, to stitching them by machine or hand. Let your DIY-spirit fly, and prepare to wow the guests who sit at your table.
Be sure to forward and share this free table runner eBook with your friends!.