In Fabric, Sewing Tutorial

Go for a stroll over at Craftzine and check out my new Table Runner tutorial! I made it using my Family Cottage prints on hemp/organic cotton canvas and paired it with a nice solid brown canvas (also organic cotton!). Of course I had to add a dose rickrack, cuz that’s what I do.

These prints are available in my shop in 4-Pack Sample Sets. Each set, a warm and a cool, has 4 cuts measuring 9″ x 13″. To make the runner, I cut each of the sample cuts in half, approx. 9″ x 6.5″.

Of course, you could also use whatever prints you have in your stash. This is an easy way to showcase your favorites!

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  • QuirkyDolls

    Ive always wondered why stores keep rickrack on the shelves. Its so old fashioned and dated. But…..”peeking out” like you put it was so Cute!

  • julesinseach

    I LOVE your Sewing Green book and this runner is absolute perfection.

  • Paul Overton

    Nice! I would definitely put that on my table. Thanks Betz.

  • Jenni Price

    This is so trendy-love it!

  • Rima

    This is beautiful!

    Rima
    http://www.yarnydays.com

  • sonja

    I’m learning how to sew, this was my first project..it turned out pretty well…I don’t have a large cutting pad and managed to make my large rectangle rather crooked, but I love it and it was a great project! I’ll make another one for winter and get the rectangle right.

  • Sonja Hoyle

    I adore this table runner! In fact, I just made one using Nature-ology fabric (by Studio E) from my stash, and backed with neutral hemp fabric. I went without the ric-rac (but will try it out next time!) and it looks brilliant!! Thanks for sharing the tutorial, Betz!!

  • mariejanick

    j’aime beaucoup

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