Wednesday, September 9, 2015

That's A Wrap ~ Table Runner Tutorial

When I was invited to participate in Fort Worth Fabric Studio's Halloween/Fall Blog Series, I didn't hesitate!  The challenge was to make something fall inspired or Halloween themed, use 1 1/2 yards of fabric and write a tutorial.  I couldn't resist, Halloween it was!


Fort Worth Fabric Studio

I was excited because first, it was Halloween and second, sweet candy is what it’s all about for me!  Spooky and scary are fine, but unwrapping a delicious piece of candy...my weakness!  

Today I'm sharing my ‘THAT'S A WRAP’ Table Runner Tutorial.  The little wrapped candies seal the deal and the table runner is a feast for your eyes!  This on-point design may look a little scary, but it’s really so very simple!  

14” x 32 1/2” 

Candy should be fun!  Right?!  Using a variety of prints and colors just made sense to me! You can find the fabric requirements and the tutorial over at the FWFS Blog.   All the fabric I used is also available at the FWFS shop.  


I hope you enjoy this tutorial!  Don’t forget to check out the other Halloween/Fall Projects this month!  Thank you FWFS for letting me share this fun project.

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21 comments :

  1. Oh that so sweet(pun intended) but seriously it is very cute, thanks, hopping over to see the tute!

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    1. Anytime a sweet treat doesn't go to my hips…that's a good thing!

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  2. What a fun runnner! I love the bright candies let against the dark background.

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    1. Thank you Cheryl! It was a fun project!

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  3. Now that is a Halloween runner I can really love!! Super sweet ;)

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    1. I'm not much of a 'theme' kind of gal, but this was a fun little project to play with!

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    1. I ended up loving the little candies! Gotta love sweets, right?!

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  5. Great job. Candy is my favorite part of Halloween!

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    1. I gotta admit, candy is the only part of Halloween I have ever liked!

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  6. What a great idea. Candy and Halloween go hand in hand. I have some fun left over Halloween scraps that would be perfect for this. thanks for sharing

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    1. I hope you get a chance to use some scraps and try the tutorial!

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  7. The name is a perfect as the runner! Fun, love it.

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    1. I thought the name was fitting! It's a fun project and goes together pretty quickly!

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  8. Really cute runner and a well written tutorial, Jayne. Can't wait to see your next one!

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    1. It took a while to figure out a design! I don't usually do theme's, but I couldn't be happier with the outcome! I hope every thing is explained clearly and illustrated well in the tutorial!

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  9. This is really cute! It is perfect for Halloween and throughout the year. It might tempt me to eat even more candy than I already do though!

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  10. That is just adorable! I don't seem to get into the halloween sewing, with the exception of the required costume, but this definitely caught my eye.

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  11. Super cute, love how the purple makes everything pop.

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  12. Such a fun pattern! Well done!

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  13. Fine work on your table runner! It turned out really well. I'll have to pop over and see what other Halloween projects I'll have to resist making! :)

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