By s4ndr4. Round. At Tuesday, October 22nd 2019, 01:01:20 AM.
Tablecloths should be long enough to drape over the edge of the table. How much the tablecloth should hang over the edge, however, depends on the style you want (more formal tablecloths tend to be longer than casual tablecloths) and the type of table you have. You may want to shorten a tablecloth to make sure your guests don't have too much tablecloth in their laps, or to make it hang evenly around all the sides of the table. Since the thread you use when you shorten the tablecloth will show, make sure to use thread that matches the tablecloth as closely as possible.
In addition to covering your dining or kitchen table, a homemade tablecloth can cover a small, round side table. Depending upon the width of the fabric and the tabletop, you may need to sew several widths of fabric together to make a round tablecloth. You can learn how to make a round tablecloth out of several fabrics. You can sew a tablecloth out of a mid-weight cotton or linen fabric or use a laminated cotton for a wipe-off tablecloth.
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Looking for a specific style of round tablecloth that's a bit hard to track down? Don't forget the power of a custom solution. In fact, a little fabric paint can help you transform a light-colored round tablecloth into a true focal point for your dining room. Not feeling crafty? Another option: having a piece custom-made from the fabric of your choice, like this custom dotted tablecloth below.
Once you've established your party color scheme, shop our wide range of solid color tablecloths to find the perfect match! We've loaded our site with plastic tablecloths in a variety of shapes and sizes. Need to dress up long party tables? Browse the rectangle tablecloths. Or, round out your party space with round tablecloths!
The color of the tablecloth is important. Most people just choose white tablecloths, because it is classic and versatile. In many cases, a white cloth cannot be wrong. It exudes formality and forms an ideal base for your table setting. More importantly, it goes with almost any kind of centerpiece, placemats, table napkins, and utensils.