Looking for a quick and fun Christmas decoration that makes a big impact on your table or in your home?
The Santa’s Belt Table Runner is quick and easy to make and the pattern is FREE!
You begin by creating 3 simple horizontal bands. Then sew the pieces together, add a back, quilt and bind it and you’re all set!
I decided to create mine with quilting cotton instead of using more texture and adding fur or metallics because I plan on using it on the table on Christmas Eve and don’t want my plates and platters tipping over. If you want to use yours as more of a decoration, like I’ve shown to the left on a sofa table, getting more creative with your fabrics and textures can be a lot of fun!
The basic directions are below. If you’d prefer a printable pdf to have by your side, that includes cutting layouts on the fabric, just enter your name and email address to get your copy.
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Time to Create Your Santa’s Belt Table Runner
Step 1: Assemble the belt buckle
SEW yellow “E” pieces to either side of black “D”. PRESS seams towards black.
SEW yellow “F” pieces to top and bottom of “E-D-E” PRESS seams towards black.
Step 2: Assemble the belt sides.
SEW red “B” pieces to top and bottom of black “C” piece. Do two sets for each side of the buckle.
PRESS seams towards black.Block 3: SEW red “G” pieces to top and bottom of white “H” piece. PRESS seams open.