Photo: Single Hexagon Pleats

Published by Nadeem Muaddi on April 29th, 2014

Auto Upholstery - The Hog Ring - Edge Automotive Interiors - Audi RS 4

Edge Automotive Interiors of Rugby, England recently posted the above photo to its Instagram account, showing off a simple, yet all-together eye catching, approach to hexagon pleats.

Instead of a classic hextille pattern or even the most recent iteration, overlapping hexagonsEdge Automotive Interiors opted for a single, centered polygon. While the stitch pattern isn’t terribly difficult to pull off, it’s a perfect compliment to the unique styling of the seats in this Audi RS 4.

If you aren’t already familiar with Edge Automotive Interiors — one of our industry’s most promising up-and-coming shops — browse photos of their work on Facebook.

Also, check out the exclusive shop profile of Edge Automotive Interiors we published in 2012. At 28 years old, owner and operator Stephen Palmer is one impressive craftsman — churning out higher quality work and more innovative designs than many trimmers twice his age.

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2 Responses

  1. tina says:

    thats a great design

  2. The stitcher says:

    The recaro seat always looks great trimmed especially in bold colours,The pattern sewn in looks good but only thing that lets it down for me is the seat base pattern ends on the middle panel and not carried through to the rear of the seat panel to flow then up the back , just looks to me like a big gap in the rear of the seat base,

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