Necktie Table Runner

Necktie Table Runner

Necktie Table Runner
Necktie Table Runner
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Necktie table runners are a great option for dressing up your table for Christmas, Father's Day, or any occasion. Grab your festive Christmas ties and sew them together to make this fun table runner! This is a super easy sewing project that comes together in under an hour. If you're an avid sewist this project will be a breeze, and beginners are sure to enjoy it, too! The family will get a kick out of this lovely table runner. If you're looking for patterns for using old neckties, this project can't be beat!

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteIn an evening

MaterialsFabric

Primary TechniqueSewing

Difficulty LevelEasy

HolidayChristmas

Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • Red, green, or Holiday neckties
  • Sewing machine

Instructions

  1. First find the perfect layout for your ties. Mix patterns with solids and line them up side by side. Then, lay them skinny end to fat end and fat end to skinny end. Overlap the edges a little and pin together.

  2. Using your sewing machine stitch a straight line from one end to the other until all the edges are sewn down.

  3. Since the ties are cut on the bias the fibers will stretch and the runner will lay flat the longer you use it. 

  4. And there you have it, a neck tie table runner perfect for the next family gathering. Thanks Dad! 

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I love table runners. I have a wood top table with some beautiful grains in it. I don't want to cover them. This way I can show off my table and still decorate it. I have a bunch of old ties from my dad that I can use. So I can add memories to this project too.

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