The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by jakesbackyard, May 31, 2009.
I love Diamond patterned interiors
Awesome thread. I've been researching pillow-top upholstery for my T. A little goes a long way, IMHO.
Definitely saving this thread!
I like those.
what are these buckets from>?
Look like 1965 impala to me, my dad has a 65 SS.
Now these seats are darn fine - that interiors something to be proud of
Sorry for bringing up an old thread but diamond pleats are cool Jake.
i'm glad you did, cool thread.
Thank you. Diamonds never get old! In fact diamonds are pretty popular in new high end cars and classic builds.
Had to bump this thread. I have been searching and this is helpful on a lot of things Thanks @jakesbackyard
Diamonds as an accent.
Here’s the stitching in my late 60’s, early 70’s built 32 Coupe.
I guess I never posted pics of my Model A finished in 2017 here...more diamonds...
Diamond (sewn) tufted. As was asked earlier. First lay out your design. Then you fold the material on the line and sew the bold line. Thus giving you the diamond shape. Sorry, but I did this quickly just to show you how it`s done.
This is all hand tufted (no sewing) in a 1913 Buick I did a few years ago...
Here`s a Ken Worth that I cleaned the interior up a bit on. New carpet and dyed all the plastic. Factory sewn diamonds.
Nice work on the Buick, Jake. The way it should be done. Here`s a couple buggy seats I did that were sewn.
Sewn some diamonds in a co workers motorcycle seat this winter,first time in over 20 years.
Did this 54 Chevy about 8 years ago for a guy.
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