by jenne 07 Jun 2018

My son bought a second hand (BMW) Down low where the drivers legs rest was a burned hole and scuffed up, but the good news is that piece is a separate part, so he purchase some grey heavy leather (it is a bit lighter) he took off the old piece and I sewed it. it had three pieces with some heavy plastic strips along the edge.

sorry about the shadow on piece it is the drivers wheel.

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by airyfairy 20 Jun 2018

Brilliant job

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jenne by jenne 21 Jun 2018

Yes, it did turn out nice.

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by jenne 12 Jun 2018

He (my son) bought some leather stain It is the same color not only a little different type of leather.

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by katydid 08 Jun 2018

Oh , My now you will be in high demand for seat covers. My sweetie's friends pay big bucks for new seat cover in the private airplanes. Perhaps you have a new calling.

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jenne by jenne 12 Jun 2018

Ok, ready to start any day. hehhe

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by dragonflyer 08 Jun 2018

Well done, Jenne...lucky to have an upholstery machine, too!

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jenne by jenne 12 Jun 2018

yes, I love it but I has it for 20 yr, still sew great really as good as it did when I first bought it.

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by sebsews 08 Jun 2018

Great job!

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by kustomkuddle 07 Jun 2018

Awesome job. I don't think leather is easy to sew!

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by pennifold 07 Jun 2018

You have done an awesome job on this Jenne. I assume you had to use a leather needle to sew through that fabric!! Great job, I bet your son thought it was fabulous. My husband has had BMW's for years now too. Love Chris

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jenne by jenne 08 Jun 2018

I have an upholstery machine, so sewing the leather is breeze on it.

katydid by katydid 08 Jun 2018

What brand makes the upholstery machine? Just curious.

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by sewdoctor 07 Jun 2018

Good job!

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jenne by jenne 07 Jun 2018

Thanks, I think it came out grea.t

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