Snow Blossom: A Free Valentine’s Day Table Runner

This is a gorgeous DIY sewing tutorial to make a felt table runner for Valentine's Day! It's really easy and I love that it's a dimensional table runner!

Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to go a little over the top, a little girly, and certainly fancy. My family always enjoyed a “love fest” dinner and decorations complete with a giant heart-shaped cookie every year. It’s a fun time to spend with your closest friends and family. Today, I’m sharing a free pattern with you that is sure to set the mood for your very own love fest, Valentine’s Day tea, or whatever you like to call your Love Day gathering!

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Felt Flower Tutorial

This Snow Blossom Runner is absolutely stunning! Valentine’s Day gave me a little bit of freedom to think outside of the box and do something with dimension and flare, I love it and am brewing all sorts of other 3-D table runners in my head! A simple color swap would make this a fantastic spring or Easter runner!

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Flower Table Runner for Valentines Day

All the fabrics in this runner are felt, so there’s no fraying! It’s a quick and easy project that you can have so much free reign with, you’ll have a blast mixing and matching, rolling and folding, arranging and rearranging these felt flowers!

Hand sewn flowers

Hop on over to my shop to download your free Snow Blossom Valentine’s Day Runner, or click on the image below!

Snow Blossoms | Rachel Rossi

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As always, I want to see your finished table runner! Make sure to post pictures in the comments below or tag me on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter!

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