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Make a Bandanna Tablecloth

21 May 2010 12,287 views 6 Comments

by heather

Bandannas have been showing up at my dollar store lately, in two-packs, but they've always been cheap even when they weren't available at the dollar store. You can usually find them for a dollar per bandanna at your local big-box retailer, and the blue store carries traditional bandannas as well as some in fashion prints and colors. Anneliese at Aesthetic Nest has a great bandanna tablecloth tutorial (and a great cheap source for bandannas, too). She made a really cute tablecloth for a party - I'm sure her tablecloth will get lots of use for many summer activities to come! [click here for the bandanna tablecloth tutorial]

Project Estimate:

  • 15 bandannas, buy 8 2-packs, $8
  • Sewing stuff, on hand

Total: $8

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  • pam said:

    Wow! Look how far the simple bandanna has traveled! Great idea. And matching napkins would be fun too! Great idea for picnics too!

  • Tauni said:

    I saw these bandanna tablecloths all over last summer and I L.O.V.E. them! I think I will have to go check out the local dollar store.

  • Samantha said:

    This would work well to make some cute, colorful curtains in a kids’ or teen’s room!

  • Bromeliad said:

    Great summer tablecloth.

  • Tagloff said:

    Neat, but my mind keeps jumping to ‘aren’t tableclothes the same size as quilts?’

  • Frugal DIY – Summer Bandana Table Cloth! said:

    [...] frugal DIY is to make your own summer tablecloth out of Bandanas! Head on over here to learn [...]

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