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Circle Tabletop Fabric Craft Project

By Pamela Acuff Posted March 30, 2010 on Women'sDay.com



Tabletop Circle Fabric Craft Project

Photo: © Jeff McNamara


Here's a fun project for those who like decorated tables but don't love the hassle of tablecloths. You can use it either to update an old table or to project a valuable tabletop.




Skill Level:

Beginner


Materials:
Butcher paper or brown kraft paper to use as pattern
Table
Pencil
Scissors
1/2 to 1 yard of decorative fabric, depending on size of table
Pins
White lining fabric (same amount of yardage as above)
Matching thread
Sewing machine (we used Brother model SE-350)
Iron
Glass top, cut to fit tabletop


Directions:
1. Spread butcher or kraft paper on the floor. Place the tabletop face down on top of paper. Trace around the
edge of the table. Cut out the pattern.

2. Place the pattern on the back side of fabric and pin. Trace around the fabric 1/2
inch from pattern edge. Remove pins. Repeat for white lining.

3. Pin the two pieces of fabric together, right sides facing. Stitch around
the circle with 1/2-inch seam, leaving an 8-inch opening for turning
cover right side out. Clip notches into seam allowance.

4. Turn the cover right side out, folding under allowance at opening; press flat.

5. Top stitch the circle 1/4 inch from edge all around. Place on table and top with cut glass piece.



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Comment by Debra DeMills-Smith on September 20, 2010 at 8:13am
Love it! I have a blass top kitchen table and 6 grandchildren--the oldest is 10 and youngest just turned 2. Can can imagine how many times we have to clean the table when they come to visit or spend the weekend. This will work for me and I'll add a little twist for my purposes. Grandma is going at vinyl on the top. Thanks for the easy, GREAT idea.
Comment by Elizabeth Quinn on September 18, 2010 at 10:53am
Neat idea.
Comment by Lynn on September 18, 2010 at 10:33am
How wonderful. You come up with some of the best ideas. Thanks,
Lynn
Comment by Nicolette MacCallum on September 17, 2010 at 8:14pm
great idea!

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