Bentley Motors just revealed that its popular diamond-in-diamond quilting requires 712 stitches per diamond.
The super luxury automaker disclosed the mind-blowing factoid in a press release about its latest project: a yacht interior upholstered to match a client’s Continental GT V8.
“The interior panelling in the ocean-going yacht…showcases Bentley’s signature diamond-in-diamond stitching. This unique quilting requires exactly 712 stitches per diamond and a high level of skill to produce on a specially-commissioned machine, exclusive to Bentley Motors,” the automaker said.
That’s a helluva lot of stitches — especially when you consider how many diamonds are required to make a single panel.
Bentley pulls it off by placing an embroidered diamond in the center of every line-stitched diamond. It’s one of the automaker’s most popular interior features.
Fortunately for Bentley’s trimmers, the diamonds are made using a computerized machine.
Otherwise, the task would be impossible.
Ms. Light Ma says
The diamond patterns making used sewing machine and embroidery machine, would you like to know which can be automatically finished within one multi functions machine