We covered a lot of ground this month! Industry news, interesting projects, and helpful guides were among some of our offerings. Here’s a look back at October 2020.
Ever get tired of driving and want someone else to take over? Volvo’s new sliding steering wheel makes it quick and easy.
French label Sevali is making couture clothing for celebrities from upcycled car seats — and they don’t look half bad.
Troy Swarvar is renown for his stunning hot rod interiors and motorcycle seats, but his mastery of auto upholstery didn’t come easy.
BMW recently announced that the 2021 M3 and M4 will feature optional carbon fiber sport seats — and we have details.
NC Carpet Binding & Equipment is hosting the auto upholstery and trim industry’s first-ever virtual trade show — and trust us, you don’t want to miss it.
Check out Electron Top’s latest newsletter “Keep in Touch!” for the latest product information on convertible tops.
BMW recently announced that it’s ditching the 4-Series’ retractable hard top in favor of a fabric soft top.
An average child car seat costs anywhere between $60 to $200. But for children of celebrities, it can run a whole lot more.
There’s a shortage of sewing machines — and, yes, the coronavirus pandemic is to blame.
We love to read stories about how trimmers got their start in the craft of upholstery.
With the winter season quickly approaching, convertible car owners may be wondering how to safely clean and care for their soft tops.
Trimmer Peggy Jeffries of Traer, Iowa, has died at age 87. She owned and operated Jeffries Auto Upholstery for over 30 years.
According to The New York Times, Nike borrowed some of its design elements for the first Air Jordan from auto upholstery.
Someone customized a 1993 Ford Explorer XLT to look exactly like the vehicles from “Jurassic Park,” and the headliner is wild.
Great news for trimmers interested in submitting a project for the “NC Interior of the Year” award — the deadline has been extended.
Are you an out-of-work trimmer? Fear not. We scoured the internet for the latest auto upholstery jobs and posted them on our jobs page.
GAHH Automotive just introduced a convertible soft top for the Audi A3 Cabriolet.
Check out Electron Top’s November issue of “Keep in Touch!” for a special prayer of thanks ahead of the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday.
NC Carpet Binding & Equipment’s virtual trade show was Wednesday at 1:00 pm ET on Facebook Live.
Coronavirus nearly killed Joe Alvarez of Junior’s Auto Upholstery.
Japanese tech firm Kyocera recently debuted a retro-styled electric, autonomous car that features a see-through dashboard.
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