Am I the only one just getting the memo about table runners? I live in a typical 1950's era block home, so instead of an "open floor plan" like you would find in newer homes, OR the large formal dining room you would find in an older home, I have a small, separate dining room, just big enough for our round table and 4 chairs. I've never used a table runner.
And at the Hyde Park market, folks were asking me about long runners, longer than 50". That market is located in an upscale area of large, older restored homes. Like homes with large formal dining rooms and long dining room tables.
Okay, I can take a hint. It's time to think about table runners. Here's what I've made so far:
Those pretty plates were my grandmother's Passover Dessert plates.