Want to learn how to sew a tablecloth of your own? You’re in luck! We will be sharing with you this great video that will help you do this project easily. Let’s proceed right now!
How To Sew Your Own Simple Tablecloth | Home Sewing Projects
How To Make Your Own Tablecloth For Everyday Use
Sewing a tablecloth is one of the most wonderful ideas that you can do for your home. Give your dining room or your living room a quick, simple and fresh make-up transformation by dressing your tables with your self-made tablecloths, You can make different tablecloths with a variety of fabric designs that you can use.
And right now, we will be sharing with you the steps on how to sew a simple tablecloth so that you can make your own anytime!
Here are the things that you’ll need:
1. Measure and cut your face fabric
Figure out how much length of fabric you want to hang off at the sides and make sure to add an inch for the 1/2″ seam allowance. Then take your pencil and start marking. For the width, you need to unfold your fabric and do the same process. Refer to the video for the detailed way of doing it.
Cut it using your scissors, following the pencil markings.
2. Measure and cut your lining
Do the exact process of measurement you’ll do with your face fabric, (refer to Step 1).
Follow the pencil markings.
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3. Pin the face fabric and the lining together
Put the pretty side of your face fabric down on the lining, then pin it. Be sure the pin goes through both face fabric and the lining, 2-3 inches apart, pinning all the way around the square, but make sure to leave a space open for turning the fabric inside out after the whole process.
4. Sew both fabrics
Continue to sew all the way around the square with a 1/2″ in seam, while pulling out the pins as you go!
5. Turn the sewn fabric inside out
Find the opening and gently pull it through.
6. Iron the tablecloth and pin the open side
- Iron all the way around.
- Ironing the opening should be done last.
- Pin it!
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7. Close the open side of the fabric
- Change the thread with one with the same color as the face fabric.
- Start sewing and pull the pin as it goes.
Watch this video by Beth Bates of sewteacher.com or you can check out this super easy No Sew Tablecloth tutorial from Jennifer Carroll:
Now spread it on the table and make sure it’s nice and neat. Now your table will not only look better than before, it will be also be protected from any scratches and stains. Hope you enjoyed this tutorial and we will be looking forward to what you can create!
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