Reversible Outdoor Table Runner … with removable Pom Poms

Posted by on August 11, 2014 in Contributing Posts, DIY and Crafts, Sewing Tutorials | 14 comments

How’s that for a long title of a project?!?!  Well … it’s got a lot going on.  Keep reading …

Do you have any upcoming late summer parties that you’re hosting?  Labor Day BBQ’s?  Good bye Summer Soirées?  Back to School Bashes?

Well then, your backyard table is just begging to NOT party naked!  Here’s a fun way to dress ‘er up!  Best part?  You can switch up the look simply by flipping it over OR adding Pom Poms (or both)!  Here’s what I’m talking about …

Reversible Table Runner with REMOVABLE Poms!  |  View From The Fridge

 

I’m just thrilled to be over at Real Housemoms this afternoon showing you the full tutorial and easy how to!

CLICK HERE TO CHECK IT OUT!

Hope you had a wonderful weekend!  Thanks for dropping by today!

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14 Comments

  1. That looks great! I really like your fabric choices too. Your instructions are also very clear. I’m excited to try making my own. Maybe when both my kids are napping? How long do you think it took you to make?

  2. LOVE this, Katie! I have a thing for anything with pom poms, and that fabric is AMAZING! Just lovely. :)
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  3. I love the color on this table runner!! And those pom poms just add the perfect amount of fun!
    Selene Galindo recently posted…No-Fail, Super Awesome Homemade Glass Cleaner {for windows and mirrors}My Profile

    • Thanks so much, Selene! I’ve got a thing with Poms right now! Thanks for stopping by! Have a great rest of the week!

  4. How clever, I love this idea. You picked some great coordinating fabrics, I love the grey in both. Stopping by from Just a Girl and Her Blog’s Party. Have a wonderful evening :)

  5. This is adorable! I love the fabrics you’ve chosen. Now if I only had time to pull out my sewing machine more than once every two or three years. ;)

    I’d be thrilled if you’d link up at this week’s Off the Hook Monday!
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  6. Where did you get that fabric?! Lovely!

    XO/Lena @ Root&Blossom
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    • Hi Lena! Oops …. I totally meant to include that! I just got it at Joann … Outdoor fabric section! Fell in live with the elephants, so I was determined to fine a coordinating pattern for the other side! I’m going back for more to make pillows! Thanks for the question! Have a great week!

  7. Girl! Everything you make is beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing this at Project Inspire{d}… pinning!
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  8. Katie, I LOVE the pattern, and totally love the POM POMS! Everything is better with Pom Poms! Thank you for linking up at Skip The Housework Saturdays! I’m sharing this post on FB tomorrow! http://www.facebook.com/reasonstoskipthehousework

    Smiles!
    Melanie :)
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  9. Ooooh I love the pattern on this table runner {both sides!}. Thanks for sharing at The Makers!
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  10. Oh I’ve got a ton of ideas for creating these reversible table runners! Pining!

    I’d love for you to share this at my Show-Licious Party. We are live now!
    ~ Ashley
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  11. Those colors are amazing!

  12. I love how this turned out and am so glad you shared at our link party. You were featured this morning as our TOP view from the party, congrats!!

    http://www.delineateyourdwelling.com/2014/08/link-it-or-lump-it-party-52-features.html
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