This DIY Scalloped Christmas Table Runner is festive, beautiful and easy to make! I made a few of them for our Merry and Bright Holiday Party. A Christmas table runner is a great way to dress up any table. This DIY version is super affordable too!
Christmas Table Runner Materials:
- Festive fabric I got mine at Walmart but this pattern is available at most fabric stores. Any cotton fabric will work.
- Heat and Bond iron-on interfacing in medium weight
- Sharp scissors
How to make a Christmas Table Runner
- Cut the interfacing lengthwise. This helps you save The “hot dog” way. Since I did not need the interfacing on all of the fabric, cutting it allowing the interfacing to go farther.
2. Next, I ironed the interfacing on. The reason why I used this was so that the fabric would be a bit stiffer, and so the edges would not fray and it makes it so much easier to cut when the interfacing is on the fabric. It basically stiffens the fabric and allows you to cut the shape.
I wanted to do something a bit different with the Christmas table runner and I think they turned out super cute! I wanted to make sure that you could see them at the table. Instead of going along the length of the table, I did three, shorter table runners and had them go the other direction. You can see from the picture below that they turned out super cute!
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