No more flyaway table runners!
I bought this ÄPPLARÖ table so that all family could sit together on the deck. The table seats 10.
ÄPPLARÖ drop leaf outdoor table | NaNophotoNics.com
The first time I used the ÄPPLARÖ table, I laid out four table runners I made using a serger to finish off the fabric edges. The runners looked nice but two issues:
- The fabric blew off the table.
- The fabric got caught up as children were seated on the lap of adults.
There was risk of dragging items on the table to the ground along with the fabric as the children moved about.
Table runners tip for ÄPPLARÖ
The second time I used the table, I wanted to keep the fabric in place. So, I decided to weave the fabric panels between the slats.
Now the table is still colourful. And the risk of the fabric blowing away or pulling table service to the ground is gone.
An easy solution, making movement easy for everyone.
~ by Margaret
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#1 Fold it to the end
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