Behind The Design


Celebrate the harvest season with our Abundance table runner. For this design we researched the agricultural staples of Indigenous peoples in early America. Corn stalks, squash, nuts, mussels, and legumes are stitched across the table runner, with a border featuring embroidered feathers of passenger pigeons, wild turkeys, mallards and wood ducks. Set the table with our matching Three Sisters dinner napkin for a full fall setting.

We have two lengths available:

Measures 76" × 24” / 193 cm x 61 cm
or 91" x 24" / 231 cm x 61 cm

* Embroidery motif placement varies slightly per table runner.

Attention to Detail


The embroidery on our Abundance runner in the standard 76” length is composed of a million stitches. It takes over 2 days for this design to be embroidered on the machine, overseen by a skilled operator who manually changes threads each time the color changes. After the embroidery is completed, it takes about 1.5 hours for each runner to be expertly hand sewn and finished with care.

Attention to Detail


The embroidery on our Abundance runner in the standard 76” length is composed of a million stitches. It takes over 2 days for this design to be embroidered on the machine, overseen by a skilled operator who manually changes threads each time the color changes. After the embroidery is completed, it takes about 1.5 hours for each runner to be expertly hand sewn and finished with care.
Abundance Table Runner

Multiple Lengths  |  193cm x 61cm

$376.00
Material & Care

Material:

  • Embroidered on 100% linen with linen backing.
  • Oeko-Tex Standard 100 Certified.
  • We use linen that is made from 100% unbleached and undyed natural flax fiber. There is an inherent beauty in the shade variation from one crop to another.

Care:

  • Spot clean or dry clean only.

Shipping & Returns

Ground orders ship from our Wyoming location within 1-3 business days. Our Express order cut off is 2pm ET. Tracking with your expected delivery date will be emailed when your order ships.

We accept returns for merchandise exchange, store credit or refund on full priced items returned within 30 days of your order delivery. Made to order, sale, and sample sale items are final sale.

Holiday 2022 Return Policy: Orders placed from mid-November 2022 are eligible for return or exchange until end of January 2023

Visit our FAQ page for more information on shipping and returns.

10% of all November profits from the Table Linens Collection will be donated to North American Traditional Indigenous Food Systems.

Behind The Design


Celebrate the harvest season with our Abundance table runner. For this design we researched the agricultural staples of Indigenous peoples in early America. Corn stalks, squash, nuts, mussels, and legumes are stitched across the table runner, with a border featuring embroidered feathers of passenger pigeons, wild turkeys, mallards and wood ducks. Set the table with our matching Three Sisters dinner napkin for a full fall setting.

We have two lengths available:

Measures 76" × 24” / 193 cm x 61 cm
or 91" x 24" / 231 cm x 61 cm

* Embroidery motif placement varies slightly per table runner.

Attention to Detail


The embroidery on our Abundance runner in the standard 76” length is composed of a million stitches. It takes over 2 days for this design to be embroidered on the machine, overseen by a skilled operator who manually changes threads each time the color changes. After the embroidery is completed, it takes about 1.5 hours for each runner to be expertly hand sewn and finished with care.

Attention to Detail


The embroidery on our Abundance runner in the standard 76” length is composed of a million stitches. It takes over 2 days for this design to be embroidered on the machine, overseen by a skilled operator who manually changes threads each time the color changes. After the embroidery is completed, it takes about 1.5 hours for each runner to be expertly hand sewn and finished with care.
Abundance Table Runner
Multiple Lengths  |  193cm x 61cm
$376.00
Customer Reviews
With your purchase of this item, in honor of Native American Heritage Month, we will be donating 10% of all November profits from our table runners, dinner napkins, and cocktail napkins to North American Traditional Indigenous Food Systems. NĀTIFS is dedicated to addressing the economic and health crises affecting Native communities by re-establishing Native foodways. As we enter the season of giving and gathering, we're thinking about all of those who face food insecurity, especially in the Native American communities.
Our Process

Every collection begins with abundant research, drawing from a wide variety of inspiration.

Step 1. Start with a story.

Stephanie first creates her irreverent characters and bold pattern designs by putting pencil to paper. Every collection begins with abundant research and each individual design stems from her original hand-drawn illustrations.

Step 2. Drawing to Digital.

Stephanie then scans her original drawing, creating a digital file. She redraws the design, stitch by stitch, using specialized software.

Step 3. Connecting threads.

Once her designs are digitized, Stephanie connects with our partners in India to begin production. Together they work to perfect each design, finalizing layouts and colors. Our partners in India implement ethical working conditions and provide fair wages.

Step 4. Bring it to life.

Once the design is perfected, it is machine embroidered in India by our embroidery partner of over ten years. The large scale embroidery machines make it possible for us to scale Stephanie’s creative process with the flexibility of small production runs.

Step 5. From fiber to cloth.

Nearly all of our products are embroidered on 100% unbleached and undyed linen, avoiding the pollutants found in standard textile dying practices and reducing water consumption. Our linen begins as a flax plant in Lithuania and is then wet spun into yarn at an ISO 9001 company in West Bengal, India, before arriving in Bangalore, India for weaving. All of our linen fiber is Oeko-Tex Standard 100 Certified, confirming that it does not contain any harmful substances or chemicals.

Step 6. Stitch it up.

Sewing is the final step of our production process. Every Coral & Tusk embroidery is transformed into the final product by our long-time tailors who expertly hem and stitch every piece for you to enjoy in your home.

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