How do I calculate how much fabric I need for a round tablecloth?

To calculate the amount of fabric you need for a round tablecloth, you will need to know the circumference of the table, the width of the fabric, and the desired drop (the distance from the edge of the table to the edge of the tablecloth).

To find the circumference of the table, measure the diameter of the table (across the middle) and multiply by 3.14.

To find the width of the fabric, measure the width of the fabric from selvage to selvage (the finished edges of the fabric).

To find the desired drop, measure the distance from the edge of the table to the desired edge of the tablecloth.

Once you have these measurements, you can calculate the amount of fabric you need as follows:

circumference of table + 2 x (width of fabric + desired drop)

For example, if you have a table that is 60 inches in diameter, you are using fabric that is 45 inches wide, and you want a drop of 15 inches, you would need:

60 + 2 x (45 + 15) = 210 inches of fabric

How do you make a tablecloth for a round table?

To make a tablecloth for a round table, you will need the following materials:

-2 yards of fabric (45 inches wide)

-1/2 yard of fabric (45 inches wide)

-1/4 yard of fabric (45 inches wide)

-1/2 yard of bias tape

-1/2 yard of ribbon

-1/4 yard of batting

-Scissors

-Pins

-Safety pins

-Tape measure

-Sewing machine

Instructions:

1. Cut two pieces of fabric 45 inches wide by 36 inches long. These will be the main body pieces of the tablecloth.

2. Cut one piece of fabric 45 inches wide by 18 inches long. This will be the center piece of the tablecloth.

3. Cut one piece of fabric 45 inches wide by 9 inches long. This will be the top ruffle piece of the tablecloth.

4. Cut one piece of fabric 45 inches wide by 4 inches long. This will be the bottom ruffle piece of the tablecloth.

5. Fold the bias tape in half andpress with an iron.

6. Pin the bias tape around the raw edge of the 9 inch ruffle piece, and sew in place with a sewing machine.

7. Pin the ribbon around the raw edge of the 4 inch ruffle piece, and sew in place with a sewing machine.

8. Lay the two main body pieces of the tablecloth wrong sides together, and pin in place.

9. Sew the two main body pieces of the tablecloth together along the long side with a sewing machine, using a 1/2 inch seam allowance.

10. Open up the main body pieces of the tablecloth so that the wrong side is facing up, and press the seam open with an iron.

11. Place the batting on top of the wrong side of the main body piece of the tablecloth, and pin in place.

12. Sew the batting to the wrong side of the main body piece of the tablecloth with a sewing machine, using a 1/4 inch seam allowance.

13. Place the top ruffle piece on top of the wrong side of the main body piece of the tablecloth, lining up the raw edges. Pin in place.

14. Sew the top ruffle piece to the wrong side of the main body piece of the tablecloth with a sewing machine, using a 1/4 inch seam allowance.

15. Place the center piece of the tablecloth on top of the wrong side of the main body piece of the tablecloth, lining up the raw edges. Pin in place.

16. Sew the center piece of the tablecloth to the wrong side of the main body piece of the tablecloth with a sewing machine, using a 1/4 inch seam allowance.

17. Place the bottom ruffle piece on top of the wrong side of the main body piece of the tablecloth, lining up the raw edges. Pin in place.

18. Sew the bottom ruffle piece to the wrong side of the main body piece of the tablecloth with a sewing machine, using a 1/4 inch seam allowance.

19. Turn the tablecloth right side out, and press with an iron.

20. Sew a row of decorative stitches along the edge of the bias tape on the top ruffle piece with a sewing machine.

21. Sew a row of decorative stitches along the edge of the ribbon on the bottom ruffle piece with a sewing machine.

22. Hang the tablecloth on a clothesline or over a chair to dry.

What size is a round tablecloth?

A round tablecloth is a cloth that is used to cover a round table. It is usually made of a circular piece of fabric with a hole in the middle for the table’s pedestal. The cloth is usually about the same width as the table and hangs down to the floor.

How do you cut a rectangle tablecloth into a circle?

If your tablecloth is a rectangle, you’ll need to cut it into a large circle. The easiest way to do this is to use a large plate or other circular object as a template. Place the plate upside down in the center of the tablecloth and trace around the edges with a pen or pencil.

Then, simply cut along the line you’ve drawn to create a perfect circle.

How do you cut a perfect circle for a tablecloth?

Depending on the size and shape of the tablecloth, as well as the tools and materials you have available, there are a variety of methods you can use.

One popular method is to fold the fabric in half, then in half again, and then in half again, until you have a small, manageable square. Then, using a sharp scissors, cut a small circle in the center of the square.

Unfold the fabric, and you will have a perfect circle.

Another method is to use a compass or a large dinner plate as a guide. Place the compass or plate in the center of the fabric, and trace a circle around it. Again, using sharp scissors, cut along the line you have drawn.

If you are working with a very large piece of fabric, you may need to use a large circular object such as a dinner table as your guide. In this case, it may be easiest to first cut a large circle in the middle of the fabric, and then cut a smaller circle around the edge to create a border.

How do you sew box corners on tablecloths?

Fold the fabric in half so the corners meet and mark a line perpendicular to the fold. Cut along the marked line and open the fabric so it lies flat. Fold each corner in so the raw edges meet in the middle and mark a line perpendicular to the fold.

Cut along the marked line and open the fabric so it lies flat.

How do you cover a table top with fabric?

To cover a table top with fabric, you will need:

-1-2 yards of fabric (depending on the size of your table)

-scissors

-measuring tape

-straight pins

-a sewing machine (optional)

First, measure the table top and cut the fabric to size. Next, fold over the edges of the fabric and pin them in place. If you are using a sewing machine, sew the edges of the fabric in place. Otherwise, you can just leave the pins in place.

Finally, drape the fabric over the table top and smooth it out.

What glue do you use to stick fabric to wood?

I like to use a glue that is specifically made for fabric to wood. It is a permanent adhesive, so it will hold the fabric in place and not allow it to peel up.

Can you Modge podge fabric onto wood?

Yes, you can modge podge fabric onto wood. This is a great way to upcycle an old piece of furniture or to add a bit of personality to a new piece. When modge podding fabric onto wood, it is important to use a non-water based sealer.

This will help to prevent the fabric from wrinkling or becoming damaged over time.

What can I use to cover a table top?

A placemat, or a runner. If you want to protect your table from spills and stains, a tablecloth is a good option. If you’re just looking to add a decorative touch to your table, a placemat or runner may be a better choice.

How do I change the color of my table top?

Depending on the material the table is made of. If the table is made of wood, you can sand it down and refinish it with a new color of paint or stain. If the table is made of laminate, you can sand it down and apply a new layer of laminate.

If the table is made of glass, you can use a tinted glass paint to change the color.