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Last Supper Wall Hanging

If you're looking for last supper crafts, check out this craft video from Carolyn Wainscott on how to make a last supper wall hanging. These wall quilt patterns can be changed out with each season. Make the last supper wall hanging by cutting the shape out of a tablecloth.

Last Supper Wall Art


  • 2 yards 54”-60” fabric
  • 8 yards 5” wide border
  • Last Supper Lace Tablecloth
  • Optional: 2 piece tie tacks, starch or fabric stiffener





  1. At the top of the wallhanging-fold 5 1/2” to back of fabric for rod pocket [bottom edge will be sewn in with inside border seam.
  2. Starting at bottom right corner-lay border on top of background with edges in aline, right sides up.
  3. Fold 1/2” in of border and background, with folded edges matching-topstitch all around outside edges, creating miters at corners.
  4. Sew inside of border down with topstitch or other decorative stitch.
  5. Cut center motif from lace tablecloth and other motifs if desired.
  6. Sew lace motifs onto background.
  7. Optional: to make interchangeable motifs-heavily starch lace, use embellished tie tacks [see below] to attach.
  8. Spread glue onto tack head, sprinkle with glitter or glue decorative beads/stones.

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