Merry Christmas! Many wishes to you and yours on this holiday.
For the final installment of 25 days of crafts, Krafty Kath and I thought about how we bring a special, handmade touch to the dinner table this Christmas. A snowflake runner offers a bit of whimsy and playfulness to your decor and is versatile enough to go with just about anything.
Thank you for joining us on this whirlwind craft adventure. It’s been great fun working with Krafty Kath, trying new techniques, and exercising our creative muscles.
DIY snowflake table runner
While the technique is simple, it may take you 3+ hours to complete depending on how long your table is.
- Felt snowflakes* (we got ours from PearCreekCottage)
- White thread
*We got 8 packs or 96 snowflakes to make a 10′ table runner.
We are going to make a table runner that is 4 snowflakes wide (approx. 20 inches). To connect the snowflakes we will sew three snowflakes together at their points.
Align your first three snowflakes like so:
With your needled threaded, stitch together the three points. There are any number of ways to do this, but we just did a basic running stitch. Be sure to loop back around to the first point to complete the connection.
Tie your thread into a knot and snip off the excess thread. You may want to put a drop of Fray-Check to seal the knot.
Continue steps 1 and 2 for the length of your table runner. We recommend going 4 snowflakes wide by however many long to fit the length of your table.
Sew snowflakes together at the three-point intersections to keep them all connected.
Tip: Place a piece of colored tape on the front side of your table runner. This will help you from accidentally sewing on the wrong side (like I did so many times – thanks for the genius idea, Kathy!)
Ho, ho, ho! You just made a snowflake table runner!
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