Tuesday, November 26, 2013

EZ-De's Autumn Table Runner


Burlap 28” x 15” 
Muslin 9 1/2” x 19” 
Blumenthal Lansing Favorite Findings™ Wood Simply Leaves 
Clearsnap® ColorBox Crafter’s® Ink by Ann Butler - Tangelo, Sunshine 
Clearsnap® ColorBox Crafter’s® Ink - Jungle
Embroidery floss
Clover® embroidery needle 
5/8” Brown gross-grain ribbon 

Place Get-it-Straight™ Laser Square in Multi-Mat™.  Place muslin onto Multi-Mat™ with 9 1/2” edge facing up and hold in place with magnets.  Measure in 2” from right edge and 1 1/2” from top edge.  Set laser on 3”. 

Ink first EZ-De’s™ triangle stamp with Tangelo ink. Stamp first triangle, with flat edge facing left and point aligned on laser line.

Ink second triangle stamp with Sunshine ink, stamp next to orange, using laser to align. 

Ink third stamp with Jungle ink and stamp next to yellow triangle. 

Move laser to bottom tip of stamped triangles.  

Reapply Tangelo ink to first stamp and stamp about 1/2” from outside left edge with flat side facing down, using laser to align flat edge with points of top triangles. 

Continue stamping with Sunshine, then Jungle, then repeat twice more for 9 triangles on the edge.  

Continue stamping 3 on opposite edge, then 9 on opposite side, using Laser Square to align as you go. 

Heat set ink with iron. 

Embroider with running stitch around each triangle with coordinating embroidery floss.  

Stitch wooden leaf buttons into 4 corners of stamped images as shown. 

Use Fabri-Tac adhesive to mount stamped muslin centered on burlap.  

Use Fabri-Tac adhesive to mount ribbon to cover edges of muslin. 

Remove strings from long sides of burlap to allow for raw edge approximately 1/4”. 

Remove strings on short sides of burlap to leave 1 1/2” raw edge.

Place burlap onto Multi-Mat™ and use magnets to hold edge in place.

Take approximately 7 strings and tie into knot, then continue along edge to end.  Repeat on opposite short size of burlap. 

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