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Christmas Candy Jar Table Runner

By: Deborah Schlegel from artthreads.blogspot.com
Updated September 11, 2019
Christmas Candy Jar Table Runner
Christmas Candy Jar Table Runner
This image courtesy of artthreads.blogspot.com

To make this quilted table runner, simply print out a bug jar pattern, cut it out, iron onto your fabric, then sew! You will soon have an adorable Christmas Candy Jar Table Runner. This bright table runner will be a constant reminder of Christmas in your home! The fun candy jars with festive candy inside look good enough to open and feast. Even though you can't eat the candy, this DIY table runner will look perfect under the real food on the table. You will use this runner for years to come.

Estimated Cost$11-$20

Time to CompleteWeekend project

Main MaterialFabric

Intermediate

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How fun and cool is this table runner? I love that you use a few different fabrics and then use backing to make the candy jars look three-dimensional. I can see making this for my daughter's dorm room. I bet she would go crazy for something like this to show off to her friends. She could put it on her desk while she is working on school. She could also hang it on her wall or put it on her dorm door. I could just turn the jars the other direction to make it a door hanging.

Nice table runner, but more for teens I guess. Instead of using candy jars, maybe some snowflakes or a pine tree for Christmas.

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