After much searching for a suitable seat cover for my 1993 Chevy S10 and not finding anything, I decided to try making myself my own set. I figured it couldn't be that hard, and it would be something handy to know how to do sometime in the future. It was quite a bit of fun, and I would like to share the process here with you today. Ive probably not done the best job in the world, but its definitely better than having torn seats ruin a perfectly good car.... so here it is.
The sound of a sewing machine has to be one of the most relaxing sounds in the world to me. My mother's main hobby is sewing. With ten kids to look after its not exactly a hobby she can indulge in very often, but every now and then (when she was relaxed and happy) she would get out her vintage treadle and carefully make something. Whenever I heard her sewing, I knew that all was well and that I could safely be in the same room with her without getting sent off to do some chore. Anyways, the whole point of that tirade of nostalgia was to open up this article in something a little less dry than the average how-to article.
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