I’ve been busy getting ready for St. Patrick’s Day. I have to say, I’m a little disappointed in the stores. I’ve been having some trouble finding cute decorations. THIS girl MUST decorate for all of the holidays!! Not to worry I probably would have paid big bucks for this runner at the store. And it was really inexpensive to make. And took a whole 10 minutes. Even if you are a beginner sewer this is a project for you! And if you aren’t a sewer? I bet you could use some iron on tape. :)
You will need:
St. Patrick’s Day Burlap Fabric in a length that will fit your table (I got mine at Joann Fabrics - get it online here for $4.99 a yard!)
Green Lace (again I got mine at Joann Fabrics!)
I used a side table so the width of the words was perfect on my fabric. I purchased 2 yards and was able to get enough to make 3 runners! I purchased 1 1/2 yards of green lace and used it all on this one runner. The more layers you want the more lace you will need!
Pin the sides up. Like I said, I used the words on my fabric as a guide. They were the perfect width!
Pin up the bottom! That way no rough edges hanging out. Then just sew all the way around.
Then starting with the bottom layer, sew a strip of lace on.
Layer the lace on!
See I told you it was EASY!!
I kind of love it.
Ok. I really love it.
Subway art + burlap + lace … what is honestly not to love?
Make sure to pin it! :)
Linking up here.