Farmhouse Style Burlap Table Runners DIY in Under 1 Hour

Farmhouse Style Burlap Table Runners

Before I get started with today’s post, I just wanted to thank everyone who entered my Flea Market Style book giveaway.  The winner has been emailed. I had so much fun reading your comments that I’ve decided to do another giveaway next month, so stay tuned!

Now, back to today’s projects …

I’ve been wanting to add more handmade goods to my online shop, but I couldn’t decide which goods to offer.

After making a table runner for my niece’s wedding reception, I was inspired to go into full-blown table runner mode and made four new styles of farmhouse style burlap table runners to sell in my shop.

But for all the DIY folks out there, I’m sharing the tutorial and supplies list so you can make your own!

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DIY Rustic Burlap Farmhouse Style Table Runners using Knick of Time's Vintage Sign Stencils | www.knickoftime.net

HOW TO MAKE FARMHOUSE STYLE BURLAP TABLE RUNNERS

Supplies Used (affiliate links included in BOLD text):

burlap table runner

fabric paint (this is the brand I use)

stencil brush (these are my favorite stencil brushes)

painter’s tape

Stencils (I used the following):

Homemade Pie

Fresh Flowers 

Daily Grind Coffee

Farmer’s Feed & Seed

More Vintage Sign Stencils

Directions:

  1. Position center of stencil on center of table runner.
  2. Secure the stencil on table runner with painter’s tape.
  3. Apply paint on stencil with a fairly dry brush.
  4. Lift the stencil, and follow instructions on the fabric paint to “set” the paint. how to make a stenciled farmer's market rustic burlap farmhouse style table runner with Vintage Sign Stencils | www.knickoftime.net

TIP: I secure the stencil and table runner onto my table to keep the fabric taut and add a little extra tape to keep the stencil flat against the table runner.  Slide something under the runner to protect your work surface.

TIP: Tap the stencil brush straight up and down to reduce the chance of bleeding.

how to make a stenciled farmer's market rustic burlap farmhouse style table runner with Vintage Sign Stencils | www.knickoftime.net

Here are the four new table runners I’ve added to my shop.  Each one is available in two choices of burlap weave – regular weave or herringbone weave.

Homemade Pie Runner

DIY Farmhouse Style Burlap Table Runners using Knick of Time's "Homemade Pie Vintage Sign Stencils| www.knickoftime.net

Homemade Pie table runner is available HERE.

Homemade Pie stencil is available HERE.

See More Projects made with Homemade Pie stencil HERE.

Fresh Flowers Runner

Fresh Flowers table runner is available HERE.

Fresh Flowers stencil is available HERE.

See More Projects made with the Fresh Flowers stencil HERE.

Daily Grind Coffee Runner

Daily Grind Coffee table runner is available HERE.

Daily Grind Coffee stencil is available HERE.

See More Projects made with the Daily Grind stencil HERE.

Farmer’s Feed & Seed Runner

Rustic farmhouse style decor jute burlap farmhouse kitchen table runner stenciled with Vintage Sign Stencils | www.knickoftime.net

Rustic farmhouse style decor jute burlap farmhouse kitchen table runner stenciled with Vintage Sign Stencils | www.knickoftime.net

 

 

 

Farmer’s Feed & Seed table runner is available HERE.

 Farmer’s Feed & Seed stencil is available HERE.

See More Projects made with the Farmer’s Feed & Seed stencil HERE.

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Self-Rising Flour table runner is available HERE.

Self-Rising stencil is available HERE.

See More Projects made with the Self-Rising Flour stencil HERE.

Poultry Feeds Table Runner

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Poultry Feeds Table Runner is available HERE.

See More Projects made with the Poultry Feeds stencil HERE.

I’d love to hear what you think of my new farmhouse style burlap table runners.  Please let me know in the comments below. 🙂

If you enjoy my projects, I also appreciate it when you share it on Facebook!

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Vaya con Dios,

Click on the images below to see more farmhouse stencil projects.

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Comments

  1. How cute! This is such a simple and fun project. I am going to make one for my kitchen table. Thanks for the tutorial!

  2. mare williams says:

    I absolutely LOVE your new table runners, especially the herringbone burlap, which I have never seen! I have an idea for you – on your blog, Etsy, FB, etc., I think you should point out the herringbone burlap according to picture. Some people may not know the difference! AND, yesterday I wanted to comment on your niece’s wedding photos, but technology wouldn’t allow it. WOW is all I can say! The scenery was beautiful, as well as all of your handmade items!! And I can only comment that THAT’S how a wedding should be done…by as many family members as can pitch in!! That’s what made her wedding extra-special, I think. There was also nothing about her wedding I CAN SEE THAT MADE IT LOOK “BUDGET!” Thanks for sharing!!

    • That’s a good idea about the burlap runners, Mare, and thanks for the sweet comment about my niece’s wedding. It was such a beautiful day for a beautiful bride.

  3. Teddee Grace says:

    These are really cute! So who won the book? I’m a little behind on my blogs so maybe you announced it earlier.

  4. These are so cute! Thank you for sharing. Just FYI: your Etsy shop features the poultry feed table runner, but the description describes it as the homemade pie one. I love all of them. Keep up the good work. Tina

  5. These look great (terrific photos too). I hope they are a hit on Etsy!

  6. I love the “Farmer’s Feed and Seed” one! That would look fantastic on our dining room table. Thanks for sharing your tutorial with us at Merry Monday this week. It is awesome seeing all of the different ways your stencils can be used. So creative!

  7. I love this! I’m definitely going to be trying this!

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