Pinecones Table Runner

Project #17484

Have yourself a timeless holiday season. This holiday favorite captures all the classic imagery of the season, while allowing you to branch out creatively in bold new directions.

Fabric Requirements:

YardageFabricCutting Instructions
10" x 15" Tan woolCut (8) pinecones*
6" x 20" Light brown woolCut (2) branches*
1/4 yd Gold print Cut (4) 2" wide Strips x WOF
1 yd Slate blue solid Cut (1) 10" x 42" for the background
Cut (1) 15" x 46" for the backing
15" x 46" Batting
1 package Lightweight fusible adhesive
56 Gold beads
Assorted embroidery floss


  • Finished Size: 12" x 43"
  • All seam allowances are 1/4" unless noted.
  • WOF = width of fabric
  • * = Adhere fusible adhesive to back of fabric before die-cutting the shapes.

Assembling the Project:

  1. Arrange the branches and pinecones in a pleasing manner on the background. Heat fuse in place with an iron. Stitch around the shapes as desired.
  2. Embellish pinecones with gold embroidery floss creating a crosshatch pattern. Hand sew gold beads around the outside edge and the top of each pinecone.
  3. Sew a 2" x 42" strip on the top and bottom of the background.
  4. Sew a 2" x 12 1/2" strip to each side of the background.


  1. Place the batting on a smooth surface. Smooth and secure down.
  2. Place backing fabric face up on the batting.
  3. Place table runner top face down on top of the backing.
  4. Pin and sew around the outside edge, leaving a hole approximately 12" to turn the runner right side out.
  5. Clip corners on the diagonal. Be careful not to cut the seams.
  6. Turn the table runner right side out and smooth. Pin baste. Stitch in the ditch on the seam separating the blue to the gold border.
  7. Stitch the hole closed by hand using a whipstitch or ladder stitch.

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