by Lorine Mason
Dress up your table with this fun Fall Fringed Table Scarf. Simple to make for yourself or to use as a housewarming or hostess gift for friends or a special neighbor.
Fall Fringed Table Scarf Supplies:
1/2 yard of two coordinating fabrics
Basic Sewing, Measuring, Cutting and Pressing tools and supplies
Fall Fringed Table Scarf How To:
Cut 18 inch by 40 inch rectangles from both fabric prints and cotton batting.
Layer the two prints right sides together and cover with the batting. Pin all layers together.
Stitch using a 1/2 inch seam, leaving a 6 inch opening along one of the long edges of the table scarf.
Clip corners at an angle to remove excess fabric. Turn right side out and press. Turn in the fabric along the opening.
Pin chainette fringe along all of the edges of the table scarf, creating mitered corners with the fringe. Top stitch along the top edge of the fringe, turning under the raw edges and overlapping at the meeting point.
Sew a second row of stitching next to the lower edge of the fringe.
Remove the bottom cording from the fringe, allowing the fringe to hang freely.