Interested in learning how to hand stitch a steering-wheel cover? John Hunt Upholstery – a full-service interior repair shop in the U.K. – has published three short videos to help you master the skill.
While there are a variety of stitch patterns you can learn, John’s videos teach the three most common: diamond stitches, cross stitches and hexagon stitches. When executed properly, all look great
To learn how to pattern a steering-wheel cover, check out this awesome tutorial by Joseph Pavich of JPM Coachworks in Smyrna, GA.
Thanks to both auto upholstery shops for sharing their expertise with The Hog Ring community!
The hexagonal stitch video is a bit misleading, yeah the stitch is every other stitch BUT it should advance forward 45 degrees with each stitch NOT 90 then 45 degrees
a M wheel i did as a example..
Nadeem Muaddi says
Great job Gjudd. Your stitch work is beautiful!
I would like to stitch a cover like the oem “herringbone” look. My Ford wheel has it, it looks like a V and I cannot for the life of me figure it out? Any help?
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