How to Make a No-Sew Bandana Tablecloth

Add a little patriotic flair to your summer get-together with this no-sew red, white and blue tablecloth made out of bandanas.
How to Make a No Sew Bandana Tablecloth

How to Make a No Sew Bandana Tablecloth

Add a little western flair to this year’s July 4th get together with this no-sew red, white and blue bandana tablecloth

Photo by: Flynnside Out Productions

Flynnside Out Productions

Materials Needed  

12 bandanas (4 each red, white and blue – all the same size)
iron and ironing board
scissors
fusible webbing tape

Iron Bandanas

Iron all 12 bandanas to remove any creases and set aside.

Attach First Three Bandanas

Roll out the webbing tape along one edge of a red bandana and trim to size (Image 1). Lay a blue bandana on top, just enough to cover the tape. Fuse the two together with a hot iron (Image 2). Repeat this process, adding a white bandana (Image 3).

Repeat Until Tablecloth Is Desired Size

Alternating colors, continue attaching the bandanas together with fusible webbing until the tablecloth is the desired length and width.  

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