In addition to the spacers, you will need fabric, Fray-Check, a 2" cardboard circle and a paint brush
First, I glued the two spacers together so the height of the table is about 3". Then I cut a 2" diameter circle out of thin cardboard and covered it with two 2 1/2" circles of fabric. If I used only one circle of fabric, the color of the cardboard would show through. But, before I glued the circles on, I painted the edges with Fray-Check to prevent un-raveling.
The fabric I used was a linen napkin that had a finished edge to it which also servered as a decorative hemline. I then cut a 3 1/2" strip, gathered it with a basting stitch and glued it to the edge of the cardboard.
Lastly, I tied a decorative cord to hide the basting stitch. This last picture shows a shorter table using only one spacer.
I hope you have enjoyed this tutorial and if you have any questions please, send an email or leave a comment.
Til next time!