Before you cut any more of your fabric, cut the outside strip needed for the lid brim. These needs to be 28in x 2in. LEAVE IN ONE LENGTH.
When you begin to cover any of your card shapes, stick the fabric or batting to the side that you haven't labelled - this will make it easier to remember what is what. Do groups of similar shapes together, to avoid confusion.
Cover the base hexagon in your outer fabric (no batting) Cut the fabric with a generous half an inch of turning all around, and use the stick glue, fold in opposite sides each time, neatening the corners as much as possible, keeping them as flat as you can, (you can use more glue to do this) If you have a damp cloth handy, it's good for wiping fingers to keep your work clean.
Cover the base lining hexagon, sticking a layer of batting on the card first, then pulling your lining fabric over the batting and gluing as before.
The lid hexagon can be covered in a similar manner, with a layer of batting, then lining fabric. Don't forget that the lid is larger, and will need a larger piece of fabric.
Lid brim card shapes are covered in lining fabric, without batting.
Some of the class members, busy cutting out their card, on day one.
All three hexagons covered. One base in outer fabric, one base lining in lining fabric with batting, one lid in lining fabric with batting.
Side linings covered, with batting, lid brim covered in lining fabric, without batting.