This runner was crazy easy to make–a fabric sandwich edged with bias tape. Sadly, I couldn’t be bothered with photographing each step because as I was sewing, I was binge-listening to all 12 of the Serial podcasts. (Which further illustrates just how beautifully mindless this project is: you can devote your whole brain to murder courtroom drama while you work).
Materials: 1 yard cotton canvas (this print is from the Outside Oslo Collection by Jessica Jones), 2 packages of extra wide, double fold bias tape (3 yards in each package), matching thread.
1. Cut two rectangles to desired length (mine were 55″ long, the width of the canvas).
2. Sandwich the two pieces, bad sides together and sew a 1/4″ seam allowance along each side.
3. Sew on bias tape. As a self-taught seamstress, I didn’t go to bias tape school so I followed these helpful directions from oliver + s.
That’s it. As I mentioned, it’s so simple, you can annex your mind toward more worthy goals, like gobbling up whodunit podcasts.
4 thoughts on “Make: Table Runner”
It looks fabulous!
Lovely! Your sewing is so neat! You’re one step closer to quilting!
Right? I’m approaching s l o w l y.