1. Cut your fabric. (all pieces need to be sized for your individual piece- but because we are using hem tape, make sure they are about 2" too big on all sides so you have enough to fold and iron for your hem tape)
2. Front piece- fold and iron your front sides to make straight lines (don't worry about the fabric for the top, we will deal with that later)
6. Next we are going to attach our top and front panel using velcro. heck yes. Do you see now why we made the top piece longer and wider than it needs to be? So we can fold over the fabric over the edge of the console and velcro to the side and back, thus avoiding a thick hem on the top.
7. Fold your extra fabric over and attach the velcro to the fabric and table with hot glue, and let the velcro do its thing. Repeat for the top's back and sides. You don't have to have a continuous strip of velcro- it can be spaced apart, we did ours in 6" strips with 6" between each strip. Make sure you don't velcro right up to the edges on the sides so it doesn't bunch
Kristen of KFD Designs fabulous idea and make a greek key pattern, she used grosgrain ribbon but I didn't have any, so we used electrical tape, sketchy I know!- see we in the design world have all kinds of secrets!