The crisp clean, fresh air of Fall is here so I thought I would create a Fall Stamped Faux Quilted Table Runner using my Faux Quilting Stamps and Crafter’s Inks.
This Fall Stamped Faux Quilted Table Runner is quick and easy and can be created in an afternoon!
Start the first row approximately three inches down from one of the short edges of one piece of muslin. Stamp once with color of choice using a square background basic of choice, leave in place and then, stamp the second row…again with colors of choice and 2 different square background basics stamps.
Continue with third row using colors of choice and 3 square background basics stamps. The forth row stamp with 1 triangle, 2 squares followed with 1 triangle. Continue rows three and four, 5 times. Then, repeat rows 3, 2 and 1 to finish the pattern.
Heat set with iron.
Layer Soft & Toasty behind stamped muslin followed by the second piece of muslin.
Stitch between stamped images and then…
around the outer edge of stamped pattern.
Trim close the stitched outside edge of the stamped pattern.
Glue trim around the outside edge. Let dry.
Enjoy your Fall Stamped Faux Quilted Table Runner!
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Ann Butler Design Products used:
- Muslin, 16″ x 42″ (2)
- Sewing Machine
- Thread, cream