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This fringed burlap table runner is easy to make and perfect for your fall table. Choose any colors that you love and add the fringe in minutes. Plan to make one of these for your Thanksgiving table or just keep this one in your dining room for the entire fall season. If you love burlap, this is the perfect table runner for you!
Supplies needed to make your own fringed burlap table runner:
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- Burlap table runner (this project requires that you purchase one with a finished edge)
- Yarn (I used the small bonbons from Lion Brand) (pick any color you wish but I used this package)
Cut your yarn into 6 inch pieces. I used a mixture of four colors on my fringed burlap table runner but you can mix and match however you would like. Use one color or a rainbow!
Fold the piece in half and thread the loop through the end of the table runner as shown below. I found that a needle made this job easier.
Run the two ends of the yarn string through the loop.
Pull tight and continue in about every other hole in the burlap. You can choose your own colors and pattern.
Continue all the way across your burlap table runner. This will take a few minutes but it is well worth it in the end! You end up with a gorgeous but simple fall fringed burlap table runner that is perfect for Thanksgiving or your fall decor.
I love how simple this fringed burlap table runner is to make. You may even have everything you need to get started on your own right now. This simple project for fall is perfect for a chilly evening in front of the television. PS. Don’t forget to complete both ends of the table runner!
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