My two prints don’t exactly coordinate. This is what happens when you bring an opinionated 6-year-old with you to the fabric store.
4. Cut out your X template and lay it down on the fabric so that the center of the X is aligned with the center of your fabric. The top and bottom of the X should be just about even with the top and bottom of your fabric. If it’s just a hair off, go ahead and extend the lines of the X to the fabric so you’ll know that they are straight. Trace around the X.
6. Continue working down the table runner, tracing your letters. When you get to the end of your fabric, go back and start at the middle again, this time overlapping and working to the left.
You can see that I’ve already started cutting some of my letters. This is because I was using an air-erasable marker and some of my lines were already starting to disappear. If you cut as you go like I did, be careful that you DON’T cut the edge where the next letter will overlap.
Lay it directly on the table:
Or on another table runner: