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How to Sew Piping/Welting - Car Upholstery Basics

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Content:
00:00 Introduction
00:58 First way to sew piping
11:22 Second way to sew piping
20:08 Third way to sew piping
25:17 Fourth way to sew piping

Piping is a trim that reinforces the edges of a seat cover or other upholstery items. Besides, it is a kind of decorative trim for our upholstery projects.
It was mostly used in old cars, but it persists up to the present as part of a car upholstery interior decoration. It was in fashion in the sixties and seventies and still in the eighties.
I show in this video 4 ways of attaching piping. Which one is the best?
The 2 first ways were usually used by car upholsterers years ago. Perhaps, in the present days too, albeit the double stitching (french seams) has come to replace it.
The first way, as we can see, consists in preparing beforehand a vinyl piping strip that would be then sewn down to the lateral panel. This lateral panel is next attached to the main panel.
Generally, as a rule, the piping should be sewn down on lateral panels, as these pieces are narrower and more straight hence easier to handle them over the bigger main panel.
The second way shows how the piping strip of vinyl including its piping cord is sewn down directly to the lateral panel. Next. it will be attached to the main panel. following as a guide the line of stitches left on the reverse side of lateral panel vinyl. Car upholsterers in the past used this method a lot.
As shown in the video one of the keys to prepare the piping strip is make long stitches to avoid closer holes that could weaken the material. The tensions should be slightly loosened too. If tensions are too tight the material could shrink and form puffy areas.
The third way is faster than the former ones. As we can see, the cover is sewn down at one go. This method is generally used on plain car seat covers (foamed or non- foamed). It is also used in furniture to make cushions or chair's covers.
This method was used in the factories to manufacture bus seat covers. The mass production process needs faster ways to achieve tasks. Besides, the worker earned more money because the more seat covers the more money they received.
The last fourth way shows a kind of oversewing with a cording pipe enclosed. It is a fast way of piping generally for simple covers in cars or furniture.
In conclusion, if we would have to perform complex covers, the best would be to prepare the welting/piping to correctly attach it to a lateral panel then sew it down to a main panel. It would take more time but it would be much better to handle and our sewing would be more precise because we have a pre-done line of stitches that are useful as guides for our final closing sewing.
I have used a piping preser foot for the demonstration. I would recommend to get several of them for different plastic pipe/cord thicknesses.
I hope you enjoy the video and find this information is useful!

Cesar
max_16150 : Hey Cesar, thanks a lot for the videos, impressive job ! What is the thickness of the leatherette that you are using in this video, and how can i purshase some ? ^^
Митя А : Большое Спасибо! Так много новой информации! В каждом действии чувствуется огромный опыт.
gustavo valverde : Hola! maestro, un placer verlo de nuevo, como siempre es un placer ver sus videos, gracias a usted y su equipo, un gran abrazo.
David O : First to comment!

As always thank you for the many lessons. You inspired me to take on many projects I otherwise would not have dared to! Keep up the good work!
Klos Kashuken : Muy bueno ! Me encanto. Gracias Maestro por la lección.

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Eray MERMERCİ : Thx for sharing. Thats really useful as an introduce. Great job
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