Spooktacular Table Runner


With Halloween almost here I’ve finally finished up decorating my space for the holiday.

Today I’m happy to share with you a new table runner I just got done sewing up for my entry way table.  A spooktacular  one with a cute purple cobweb print and some black & white zebra print fabric.


I started off by cutting out a 72×10 inch runner with a triangle pointed edge out of black lining fabric.  I used and old runner I already had as my pattern.  Next I laid out the 4 different fabrics I was wanting to use to figure out what pattern I was wanting to create.

3 – 13×10 sections (1 purple, 2 black)

2 – 6×10 sections (black cobweb print)

6 – 2  1/2 sections (zebra)

2 –  pointed ends (black cobweb print)

1 – 72×10 black lining for back

hem tape

Once the fabric pieces were cut I was able to sew them together in a long strip that was 72 in long.  I like to topstitch the fabric layers down to give it a more finished look.


Laying my lining fabric on top of my other one with right sides together.  I pinned them to each other making sure to leave a small opening for turning.  Then just sewed them together. Trim the edges and turned right side out.


 Press with iron and use the hem tape closed up the small opening used for turning the table runner right side out.


Having created a #spookyspaces was a fun project to do.  If you have any questions about this tutorial let me know below in the comment section and I will answer as soon as I can.
You can check out some other really creative and simple projects here on the Jo-Ann fabric and craft store website.
All the supplies I have used for this table runner I purchased at Jo-Ann fabric and craft store.
Attached is a 50% off coupon for Jo-Ann Stores for all of you lovely readers.  You can print the coupon and use it in-store by clicking on the link above or use the coupon code for online purchased.


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  1. Very awesome! I can’t wait for Halloween.



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