I have become slightly obsessed with the chevron pattern. I didn’t understand it at first; however, I have been converted and love seeing it all over. This past summer, I bought a bunch of chevron fabric and this past weekend I used some of this fabric to make a table runner.
To make this runner, all you need to be able to do is fold and sew straight lines. This runner uses only 1/4 yard of fabric which makes it relatively inexpensive as well. Once the fabric is cut, simply fold each side over by 1/2 inch and pin. Iron the folds to create crisp edges. The final step is to sew along the edges with roughly a 1/4 inch seam allowance.
I have more of this fabric in this color, grey, teal and aqua and am considering making them for my etsy shop. What do all of you think? Should I try and sell them?