No Sew Table Runner

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Do you like to have an unique table runner but you can not find to buy one, or cannot make one because you don’t have a sewing machine or do not know how to sew? Well, no problem! I came up with a table runner design which is quite unique, simple to make and you do not need a sewing machine or any sewing skills.
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This unusual, no sew table runner design involves some webbing of 4 inch wide ribbon pieces, or stripes of fabric which does not fray.
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To make this runner I used repurposed stripes of sheer fabric previously used for this project.
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For the vertical stripe that runs in the middle of the table I used three 60 inch long and 4 inch wide stripes; whereas, for the horizontal runners I used six 45 inch long and 4 inch wide stripes.
I arranged the three long strips side-by-side then I weaved three shorter strips across to form placemat like setting. I made this runner to fit setting for four, but you can make setting for six or more depending on the size of your table.
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The weaving process is quite simple but the downside of this design is that you need abut10 minutes for the weaving process before you set the table. So, if you are not in a rush to sett the table, and you want something really unique and funky then this is the table runner to use.
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I am loving my table runner design, and I hope that I have inspired you to make one too.
Thanks to the following blogsites for featuring this post: One More Time Events; My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia; An Extraordinary Day
Thank you for visiting.

Besa

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36 thoughts on “No Sew Table Runner

  1. That is such a great idea. I think I must be allergic to sewing or something because I fail at it every time. This would suit me perfectly!

    Please pop by and visit if you have a minute to spare; my weekly Say G’Day link up is on now and this would be a brilliant addition!

    Best wishes,
    Natasha in Oz

    • Thanks Natasha for stopping by and for the invite. I just checked your blog and linked up this post. Looking forward to visit again and check your future postings.

    • Thanks so much for stopping by and for your comment. I enjoyed seeing all those gorgeous pictures and collages with birds while visiting your blog.

  2. I love this idea, so pretty and such a creative idea. Thanks tons for linking to Inspire Me. Hugs, Marty

  3. Stopping by to thank you for sharing at One More Time Events and let you know you have been featured! This weeks Party is Open!!! Hope to see you again this week… Tammy

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