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Here in the US there is a product called "flocking" that consists of very fine textile particles. One brushes white glue or equivalent on the area to be carpeted and then sprinkles this flocking onto it. Check out this site also for details on this procedure:

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Another idea is to find thin, thin material that resembles carpet. Go to a fabric store and check out what they have.
To apply, make a paper template of the are that needs carpeted, then merely transfer this design onto the material. Trim and fit as needed.
This method is far harder to do than the "flocking", though. However, you might have more diversity of choices with varying types, patterns and colors of fabrics.
Good luck!
 
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