When my husband bought the car, I wanted a yellow car but we could not find a used yellow car that fits our needs. We got boring black that everyone else haves, so he is letting me trim out the car in yellow!
|I thought this was pretty cool, my expensive Janome FMQ foot cost more than my vintage Japanes 15 clone, Dressmaker Special, and it fits!|
|3. Take your long piece and measure it on your steering wheel. Make sure the top side is facing down so you can sew it right sides together. You want it snug, but not too tight.|
|4. Pin it with two pins.|
|5. Sew it together with a slight curve in the middle, but do a better job than I did, LOL.|
|6. Time for some hand stitching! My husband prefers to do this part because he can make it tighter than I can. We used a thick crochet thread, a big needle and put the knot on the inside of the cover.|
|7. While holding the material tightly closed (it helps to have an extra pair of hands) tightly wrap the thread, floss or yarn around the steering wheel.|
|8. When you get to the end sew through to the bottom and tie it off with the knot underneath.|