I love quick projects that make a big impact in the home and a DIY holiday table runner is perfect! They come in all different shapes and sizes and are perfect for using up our scraps.
Since the current swap theme centers around Holiday/Winter table runners, I thought I’d send a little inspiration your way. From simple to thematic, I’ve rounded up DIY holiday table runner patterns and tutorials.
Simple Table Runners
For these table runner tutorials, let the colors set the stage. From holiday reds and greens to wintery shades of white and blue, grab your scraps and experiment.
- Simple Table Runner
- Zig Zag Charm Pack Table Runner
- Classic Logs Table Runner
- Poppy Garden Table Runner
Holiday inspired can mean many different things to different people. It can be anything related to Christmas, Hanukkah, or the winter celebration in your world. Creating a table runner can be as simple as stitching 3 or more finished quilt blocks together, adding a simple border, and finishing to size. You can combine 3 of the same blocks for a uniform design or mix things up with 3 different, same-size blocks.
Holiday Themed Table Runner
From basic to dramatic, these table runner patterns and tutorials take out all of the guesswork for your holiday-inspired table topper.
- Mr. Frosty Table Runner
- Pretty Package Table Runner
- Christmas Balls Runner
- Holiday Floral Table Runner
- Tis the Season Runner
- Gnomes Table Runner
- Fresh Cut Table Set
- Dear Santa Kitchen Set
Not in the mood for a traditional rectangular table runner? Check out these less conventional shapes for table topper ideas.
If you love making table runners and simple projects, be sure to consider joining the current SWAP.
I know whichever pattern you select, your space will shine!