Searching for inexpensive table runner ideas? Especially ones for your Spring decor and Easter tablescape?You are in luck! I’m sharing how to make a No Sew Table Runner that is perfect for Spring holidays!
Hold on to your Pottery Barn catalog because I’ve got a knock off that is going to amaze you!
My entire thrifty table setting for Easter was inspired by a recent visit to a Pottery Barn store. I fell in love with their elegant and colorful tablescape. But the piece that first caught my eye was an embroidered dot table runner. I knew immediately that I could make a perfect match for way less than the Pottery Barn price tag!
A No Sew Table Runner for Easter lays a wonderful foundation for my traditional holiday table. It is a DIY project that’s created from craft store supplies. It is simple to make and super inexpensive! This post contains affiliate links. Click here to see my complete disclosure policy.
Materials Needed for a No Sew Table Runner
2-3 yards of white fabric
Before beginning the diy table runner decide how long you would like for it to be. Our dining room table is average size and seats six. The perfect length for my runner was 2 1/2 yards long.
Without unfolding the fabric iron the piece completely. I chose white batiste fabric. Leaving the fabric folded gives the table runner more weight.
Pay special attention to the folded edge as you iron. Make sure that edge is crisp.
Use the iron to press an one inch seam along the other three cut edges. Secure the sides with the fusible webbing tape
Miter the corners to create a clean look. Follow all instruction on the fusible bonding tape package.
After the fusible webbing has cooled it’s time to have fun with craft paint! The paint colors I selected closely match the embroidered dot on the original Pottery Barn table runner: hot pink, robin egg blue, orange, indigo blue, sunny yellow, and grass green.
Brand new pencil erasers made wonderful tools for perfect little dots.
Line up a ruler or measuring tape one inch away from the edge and begin a dot pattern with the paint. Place each paint dot at one inch intervals.
Allow each painted side to dry completely before moving to the next section. Continue the dot pattern all the way around the table runner.
I could not be more pleased with the results! This Easter table runner brings all the piece of our traditional Easter table together.
The little dots add a bit of whimsey to the table setting and the colors echo the brightly colored eggs in the moss covered basket. This entire project cost less than $10. That is way less than the Pottery Barn price tag.
If you love this DIY table runner for Easter then you must see the Moss Covered Basket I created.
Search for more Easter tablescape ideas? Click here to see my thrifty table setting for Easter.
I hope you have been inspired to brighten up your Easter table with a Spring Table Runner of your own!
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