Over at Silhouette School, Melissa shares how to make a burlap bunny table runner inspired by Pier 1. She says it is so simple her six-year-old helped make almost the whole thing! Melissa completed the project by ironing interfacing onto the back of a piece of drop cloth and then cutting out the bunny with […Read More]
Vanessa from At the Picket Fence made the official shift from fall to Christmas in her home with this Ballard-inspired table runner. The $15 price tag is much more palatable to my wallet than Ballard’s $79 asking price, and you may be able to whittle it down even more if you’ve got some drop cloth and […Read More]
Kristen from Ella Claire created almost an exact replica of Pottery Barn’s burlap table runner. She says, “It is the easiest table runner you will ever make! And I love how it matches all of my various seasonal decor and adds so much fun texture to my table. At PB, they were selling for $50, […Read More]
Jennifer from Brave New Home typically likes to decorate her home with lots of whites, natural wood, and modern pieces. However, she decided to stretch herself a little out of her comfort zone by making a painted stripe table runner that certainly doesn’t skimp on color. It was as simple as taping off lines for […Read More]
For only an hour of your time, Amy from Joyful Daisy shows how you can save $150-$175 on a table runner just like one from her beloved MacKenzie-Childs. Amy was thrilled when she came across a green toile fabric her mom had purchased years ago for a forgotten project and paired with her own houndstooth fabric to make this table runner for only $1. Amy says, “This adorable table runner would make a perfect gift for mom with Mother’s Day right around the corner, and you could even top it off with a fresh bouquet of flowers.”
Natalie from Sophisticated Yellow showed her dining room table a little love this holiday season by dressing it up with this lovely monogrammed table runner. All it requires is a few yards of fabric, some stencils, and two straight seams on the sewing machine – nothing to it! Natalie also points out that it would be make a “stylish and heartfelt” gift.