Here we go:
Cut two fusible fleece circles to iron on the back side of your fabric circles.
(Not sure what fusible fleece is or where to get it? Check HERE.
OR you could use regular batting, but you'll need to sew it like this: batting on bottom, circle fabric right side face up, circle fabric right side face down. A different kind of sandwich.
iron on the fusible fleece
Pin on your trim
For this one I used piping:
Sew it on slowly.
They say a zipper foot or cording foot works best, but I didn't do that here.
Only sew the trim to one fabric circle. Remember to attach it RIGHT sides together---because it will flip over once you attach the other circle.
(This confused me as a beginner, hence why I mention it.)
Place the two circles right sides together and pin. Sew around the edge leaving a 3-5 inch opening for turning out again.
Sew outside (or inside depending onhow you see it,) the previous seam from attaching the poms, so that it won't show when turned out again.
Pink around the edges. This is my shortcut way to clipping notches around a curved edge. Heck of a lot easier, and I don't risk clipping into the seam.
Turn out through the hole. Press.
Topstitch the edge, catching the opening as you do.
"Quilt" the inside however you choose.