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This beautiful fall table runner will be a dramatic statement piece for your table with its large scale autumn leaves and berries down the center. Rich shades of gold, brown, red and green are set against a black background. The inner border along each side is an elaborate scroll pattern with metallic gold accents. Smaller leaves in the outer border complete the look.

The size is approximately 15" X 42" (38 X 107 cm) - a versatile size for use on a dining table, buffet, coffee table or a bedroom dresser.

I machine-quilted an all-over meander in rayon thread with variegated colors of rust and brown. On the back I used a rust colored print with metallic gold spatter dots. The binding is doubled for durability, sewn on by machine and hand-stitched to the back for a nice, clean finish. Warm & White cotton batting was used.

Easy care - wash gently in cold water; tumble dry on low (or air dry to prevent shrinkage). The fabrics and batting are 100% cotton.

Made by me in my smoke-free, pet-free home. This item is ready to ship 1-2 days after order.

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Quilted Fall Table Runner with Autumn Leaves and Berries, Fall Leaves in Brown Gold and Red, Quilted Autumn Table Runner, Fall Table Mat

$52.00

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Size: 15 X 42 inches
  • Materials: cotton fabrics, cotton batting
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 374 reviews
  • Favorited by: 76 people