9 Free DIY Patterns to Make a Macramé Table Runner
When it comes to table decorations, a table runner is something that you may think of in the first place. If you want to spare yourself from the extra bucks and make one at home using the stylish macramé pattern, then the tutorials to follow would come to your aid.
The white design of the table runner adds to its elegance.
The diamond pattern at the center and to the sides intensifies its beauty to the fullest.
The long macramé table runner would be apt if you want to cover a large table, especially for a particular occasion like a wedding.
The body is made of fabric, while the macrame knots form a part of the hangings seen at the edges.
The fine knotted pattern with the beads at the end makes this table runner look immensely graceful.
The otherwise simple table runner has macramé fringes, made using embroidery floss. If you have a small table runner, then make the fringes a little bigger for a balanced look.
The pictorial instructions in the tutorial would help you in making a sober-looking cream macramé table runner. You may even prefer designing one, as shown in the given image, which has a diamond design at the center with short fringes at the end.
To transform the coaster into a table runner for your coffee table, you just need to make it one or two sizes bigger than this one.
By following the link of the above tutorial, you could make a pretty table runner for your dining table as the one that follows in the picture below.
The host of tutorials provided would undoubtedly help you in designing some beautiful table runners for your dining table or coffee table. Most of them have a rustic appearance since cotton rope or jute goes into their making. However, you could opt for variations like black or any other shades of your choice. You can also make table runners of several patterns like quilted, crochet, or burlap for various occasions such as quilted, crochet or burlap for a various occasions such as Thanksgiving, Easter, Halloween, or Christmas.
Published on January 8th 2020 by Miranda Gibbs