Creating Patterns in your Headliner

How To Hook Your Headliner Up

Kevin WhippsMar 1, 2013
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Doing your own interior work can seem like a scary task. that’s because most guys haven’t spent much time behind a sewing machine, and even those who have can find the process intimidating. But when it comes to wrapping parts in suede, leather, or tweed, you don’t need to know a cross-stitch from a basket weave—it’s all just glue and time.
Of course, going to a professional can certainly give you some bang-up results, as was the case here with our Chevrolet Colorado. the headliner was previously wrapped, but change is always good, plus a few more things were shaved, and some club pride was also thrown into the mix. and whom did we turn to for this interior tweak? enter Todd Jubert of the Interior shop. todd has been wrapping headliners since it was cool to run 195/50/15s on a fullsize Chevy (although whether it was ever cool is debatable), so he knows what it takes to do a good job.
Follow along as Todd turns the headliner in question from something blah to an amazing piece of art, and who knows—maybe you can do this yourself someday, too!.
Photo 27/27   |   The end result was a beautiful headliner

Sources

The Interior Shop
Phoenix, AZ 85022
602-548-0059
http://www.TheInteriorShop.com

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