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7. Cut and Fit Eyelets Cut out the fabric from inside the circles, do not worry about a little fraying as the eyelet rings will hide it. Place the eyelet ring in place, the one with the raised edge should be placed along the back of the fabric and then place the pronged section on top of that and press, till it fits in perfectly.
Next you need to make the correct markings for your brackets. Once you have found the stud markings, place the top of the brackets at the level line and use a marker or a pencil to mark the points for the screws. Now drill your holes but ensure that they are slightly smaller than the screws so the stud is not damaged.
4. Create a Hem Fold the edges on the wrong side of the fabric to create a hem and secure it with eyelet tape. You can also pin it, so that it remains in place. Stitch the edges in a uniform method, removing the pins as you go. If you are using a lightweight fabric that will remain secure with the eyelet tape, then sew only the top side, as it needs to be more secure.
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