Make this DIY burlap table runner for your home in just minutes. Add a great monogram then sew on some fun ruffles. You will love the rustic country feel of this table runner in your kitchen or dining room. Plus it is so easy to make! This one was originally posted over at Crafts Unleashed but I am posting it here in case you missed it.
Supplies needed to make your own DIY burlap table runner:
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- Burlap Runner
- Black Fabric Paint
- Paint Brush
- Vinyl (any color will work)
- Silhouette, Cricut, or Craft Knife
- White Fabric (any will work)
- Sewing Machine
Cut out your monogram from the vinyl using an electronic craft cutter or craft knife. I cut mine where it was as close to 12 inches wide as I could get it. On the Cricut, you will need an extra long 12 x 24 mat to accomplish this. Remove the inside of your letter from the vinyl and apply the entire stencil to your burlap. Be sure you have protected the work surface under the burlap as the paint will seep through.
Use black fabric paint and dab onto your monogram with an up and down motion. Make sure you do not get any paint outside of your stencil area.
Paint around the entire DIY monogram letter. Then carefully remove your vinyl from the burlap. Take caution with the wet paint.
Allow to dry then add a white ruffle on both sides with your sewing machine. I ripped strips of a canvas drop cloth to about 5 inches then sewed them while gathering slightly for a ruffled effect.
Add this fun DIY burlap table runner to any table in your home. You will love the monogram and ruffles with the rustic feel of the burlap.
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