You will need: Washers with a hole in them (I got mine from Robert Dyas, but Homebase and B&Q etc also have them), fabric scissors, Strong Glue (I used Gutterman HT2), Fabric.
Firstly you need to rip strips up of your fabric, I made mine roughly about the length of a fat quarter which I thought I needed to wrap the whole thing in one go and it worked! But you can always add extra lengths if it doesn't quite go all the way around.
Then pop some glue on one of the washers and press the end of your strip down. I chose to put 2 washers together for these weights so that it gives them a bit more substance to hold down my pattern.
Now, its a case of wrapping the fabric through the hole and around the edge of the washers, going all the way around as to cover the washer. I added a blob of glue every now and again so that it doesn't unravel on me.
Once you have wrapped all the way around your washer, just glue down the last bit and cut off any excess, so that it sits neatly on the flat edge of the washer.
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