Holiday House 2013

How to Make a No-Sew Monogrammed Table Runner

Designer Casey Noble dresses up a holiday table with a homemade monogrammed table runner made with simple sewing supplies and paint.

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Wrap Binding Tape to Back

In order to create the look of a perfect line around the edges of the runner, wrap the binding tape around the edges, then along the back, securing it in place with an iron and iron-on adhesive tape.

Paint Stencil

In a well-ventilated area and along a flat, level surface, place monogram stencil approximately 6 inches up from each of the two ends of the runner. Hold stencil in place by hand or with painter's tape, then use foam brush to apply paint.

Remove Wrinkles and Display

After stencil has thoroughly dried, remove any wrinkles from the runner using iron. Once ironed, your runner is ready to be displayed on the table all season long.

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