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How to make a custom upholstered armrest (Scorpion Crawler Project)



You guys have asked a bunch of times for another upholstery video, so here you go: Watch as I build a custom console cover/armrest for Matt’s Scorpion Crawler project. Matt asked me to make one that would match his new seats. Enjoy!

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  1. I've watched a lot of videos on this channel, but I must say this was one of the most informative I've ever seen. I had never really considered upholstery as a project that I was able to do and this made me think otherwise. Great video!

  2. Nice job!! One question. Since you routed out the groove to push the edging down in, couldn't you do basically the same thing for the corners also?? Sure wish I had your skills…

  3. Love the video. Great work. Since your so good at upholstery and carpentry, try making a video on how to build a center console or something with seat covers. I would love to see that!

  4. I would have to say that you and Matt are my favorite people on this channel. Very professional and well explained videos on mostly relevant topics. You two keep me coming back!

  5. is that a jigs staple gun?? i cant use one of them because when i turn the gun around to pound staple stubbles down i always dump all the staples out i use senco at my work at good ole smith brothers furniture

  6. you do beautiful work!
    I greatly appreciate your videos
    question I need a material that is rugged (4 wheeling suv), soft, not sun blinding, and preferably sound deadening, do u have any suggestions?

  7. Hey man kind of a odd question but I wanted to make a cargo net for my jeep out of tie down straps, and wanted to sew them together. What type of sewing machine do you recommend?

  8. I wasn't sure how french seams worked prior to watching this video. I'm sure there were tutorials out there on just that. But it's much more entertaining to learn it when it involves an off road rig. Great video!

  9. Nice work. I have a fairly complicated project that I feel a lot less frightened about now. No doubt I'll have to mess it up a few times, but I'm glad you're putting your work online. Thank you!

  10. Tyler, it's no wonder you have 235K subscribers. Excellent work. Excellent narration. And as stated in the many comments below great mix with the music. Well done! P.S. Hilarious Disclaimers~. 🙂

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