Iron your batting (if it was a wadded up residue like mine) on a reduced warmth setting. Beware not to extend it out of shape. Then iron your backing material on a high-heat cotton establishing to get all creases out. You will certainly be stitching your leading strips with all the layers of batting as well as backing so you wish to start as smooth as feasible. If you are using a Warm & Natural type batting it has a bit of adhesive things on it (which is why you don't want to iron directly on it on a warm setup.) This is useful for keeping your batting and support textile with each other as well as smooth.
You can make any kind of size table runner you desire, so tailor it to your room. Do remember that your jogger will reduce when you wash it, so you might intend to cut a little larger. After you have actually reduced your batting, cut your back textile a little larger compared to your batting all the means around. You could make a relatively easy to fix table runner if you choose a quite material for the back.
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