tommy1a1a: Very nicely done. In fact it turned out so nice that I have decided to get mine done by a professional - like I assume you are. The Tull tune was also a very nice touch - one of my favourites
solarson53: I'm new to upholstery, heck, I don't have a machine yet but I noticed he didn't reverse stitch while making the piping but then remembered it wasn't necessary.
He did r. stitch while putting his panels together.
I also like the paper clip trick. Thanks for that one. Nice work and music too
Sheba D: What kind of sewing machine do I need to sew boat cushions? Do you sew the 1/2 in foam into the seams as well? You do a great job. Thank you
Nichol Campos: Perfecto!
Sheba D: I wish I could do that, good job.
Estela Morrison: well done!
kingrichad: What size/type needle and thread?
tyhnbgtyhnbgt: I sew a lot of stuff too. I like the paper clamps too.
luis godinez: good job man, I'm strugglin with my bmw seats. Wish my singer 111w had a servo motor.
Paul E: witch type of sewing thread did you use here ?
BubaJ1000: walking foot, do a search.
BubaJ1000: Put some plastic over the foam. 1- it slides on easier,2- it will keep water from getting to the foam.
HobbyVAWT: Wow very nice
HobbyVAWT: Love the music
Mark Kennedy: I love it. I can tell the amount of time and care you put into that cover. We think alike.
triverman: you don't need to us the little clamps, if you have a welt foot you can sew from the other side of the seat and see exactly were you need to sew
Donald Jordan: Do you back stitch at the start/end? I didn't see you doing that.
Jeannie Kumor: I like the ideal of the clamps ,awesome ,I was staple ing but this i'm going to try,thanks
rywolf01: curious to know if a certain type of sewing machine is required?