Lay your burlap strip flat on a table or solid surface. Glue one end of the red ribbon to the end and then pull the ribbon out to the length of the burlap, cut it and glue the other end as well. The first ribbon should hang over the end of the burlap. At the end you’ll glue it down to prevent the burlap from fraying. Hot glue will soak through the burlap, so be careful not to use too much, and be careful you don’t glue the runner to whatever surface you are working on. Depending on the spacing you prefer, you may need more or less red ribbon. I used six pieces.
Lay the white ribbon across the runner to measure and cut slightly longer than the width of your runner. Decide on the spacing you want and continue to cut the ribbon until you’ve covered the entire length of the runner. I used 25 pieces.
Once you have the amount of white ribbon you need, start weaving it through the red ribbon, alternating each time. I finished weaving it through before I glued anything so I could make sure it was straight and the spacing was how I wanted. You could also glue as you go. I just put a dot of glue on each end and then glued in a few more spaces when I was completely finished.
Cut a piece of jute webbing and lace trim the width of your runner and glue about an inch in. Cover the edge of the burlap with glue to prevent fraying. Add the lace trim to the end of the jute webbing.
Lay out on your table, trim any pieces of white ribbon that were too long and glue down any pieces that are moving around. Enjoy!
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