Fabric Covered Pot
Things to do:
1. Starting at one corner of the fabric, roll the pot up until covered and trim away most of the excess at top and bottom, leaving about an inch on each end to extend over the edges of the pot. This should leave you with a slightly arched shape.
2. Paint a thin coat of Modge Podge along the length of the pot, about 1 inch wide, and smooth the edge of the fabric along it. Give it a few minutes to set up and then cost the pot in on inch wide section with Mod Podge, smoothing the fabric on as you go. Continue until you have worked all the way around the pot. Add a small amount more and work in the cut edge so that it is smooth.
3. Cut the top and bottom excess into small sections, about 1 inch wide. Smooth down each with Mod Podge, one at a time, making sure the edges have a few creases as possible. Allow the Mod Podge to dry.
4. Coat the entire surface of the pot in two coats of Mod Podge to protect it, allowing the layers to dry before moving onto the next.