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Bandana Quilt Tablecloth

By: Anneliese for Aesthetic Nest
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Learning to sew a tablecloth is as simple as quilting old bandanas together! Use this beginner sewing project to make a Bandana Quilt Tablecloth for your next outdoor soiree. This quirky and unexpected piece of home decor is going to let you add some cowboy cool to any of your parties. Your budget does not matter when you learn how to make a tablecloth with this tutorial because it is a scrap buster. Lacking in bandanas? Go ahead and use old t-shirts or other scraps instead.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteWeekend project

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Bandanas are so much fun to work with and are quite inexpensive. Red, white and blue ones make for a very festive patriotic tablecloth. Just a few make for a great table runner as well. It can be a challenge though to have all seams sewn equally. Best to wash, dry and press them before sewing to see how they line up.

I recently found good bandanas for $1.00 each at Walmart. Good quality, but do have "Made in China" printed right on one edge. But perhaps that could be sewn into the seem.

I gave this a 3 star rating cause it is pretty cute and simple, but I wouldn't call it a quilt just because you sewed some squares together. A quilt is called that because it is quilted, and you can see from the picture that this doesn't even have a backing to it. It doesn't really need a backing - or to be quilted. Maybe just a name change. Anyway, thanks for the idea - it really is cute!


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