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Classic Blues Quilted Table Runner Country Shabby Chic Farmhouse French Country Cottage Chic Decor

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This Quilted Table Runner is made with different shades of blue prints with a classic look. The quilt will look great year round. Display the table runner on your kitchen/dining room table, a coffee table, on a bench, dresser, or throw over the back of a chair. So many fun ways to use a quilted table runner!

The quilted table runner is made with a blue and white square within a square pattern. I machine sewed the quilt, layered it with quilt batting, then hand quilted it with great detail in a grid pattern with navy blue quilting thread. The backing is a blue and white fabric. The binding was machine sewn on the front then hand sewn on the back for a nice finish. The quilt measures about 29 inches x 13 inches. I washed the quilt once to give that wonderful wrinkled look.

Machine wash in cold water on gentle, lay flat to dry, light iron if needed.

The table runner was created and designed by me in my smoke free, pet free home.


Please note this listing is for the quilted table runner only, anything else in pictures are not included.

Please know that shipping is estimated and that with Paypal payments I will return any excess shipping fees over $1.00 to your Paypal account.

Please feel free to Convo me with any question. Thanks for looking

Classic Blues Quilted Table Runner Country Shabby Chic Farmhouse French Country Cottage Chic Decor

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: quailty material, thread, polyester quilt batting
  • Feedback: 652 reviews
  • Only ships within United States.
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