Female: To create shaped cornices we use the piece of fabric that was a rectangular shape just like we did for our basic cornice. We started stapling at the center on both sides of the shape and at the top base at the around at the back and finish this face exactly like what we did for the rectangle. The difference is, is when we go to finish the back. We cut two pieces of fabric using our pattern that we use to cut our wood and left a little bit of extra fabric at the center, and what we’re going to do is we’re going to fold the first piece of fabric back and we’re going to staple that in place just like we would for the rectangular cornice. Now will take our second piece of fabric but without folding this one overlap the first one and match it at the center again. And now when we turn our cornice to the back will pull our last piece of fabric staple first and will pull the first piece we stapled and create a seem right down the center of the cornice and we can complete applying the fabric the same way we did for the rectangle.