I hope you had a wonderful weekend! Last Friday I shared my Blue & White Garden Tablescape with you (thank you all SO MUCH for your super kind comments by the way!!), and today I’m showing you how I made the Blue and White tablecloth overlay. Best of all, it’s a no sew tablecloth, all you need is some fabric, scissors, glue gun and ribbon. And depending on your fabric and ribbon choices this can be a really budget friendly project too. This fabric for example, was a remnant and I paid less than $10 for two yards!! I really hope you enjoy this tutorial, I know I’m having fun making these videos for you.
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So what did you think? Do you feel inspired to make your own? It really is an easy project, I know you can do it! Cutting the fabric really is the hardest/most tedious part. The thing I love most about this is all the possibilities that it opens up. With a good, “standard” tablecloth as a base, think of all the new tablescapes you can create with just a bit of fabric and some ribbon. Oh my, but the possibilities are endless! And, if you ever get tired of it as a tablecloth, you could pretty easily turn the fabric into a pillow, quilting square, or who knows what all, because it’s basically still cut yardage.
In case you are curious, the fabric I use here is: Braemore Chalcot Square Delft, and the ribbon I used is from May Arts.
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