- In sewing and fashion design, a pattern is an original garment from which
other garments of a similar style are copied, or the paper or cardboard
templates from which the parts of a garment are traced onto fabric before
cutting out and assembling (sometimes called paper patterns).
- (Seat covers) Trucker slang for attractive women in vehicles as in "Look at
the seatcovers in that westbound rollerskate."
- Sometimes used to describe drivers or passengers of
- The vinyl material that covers the part of the bike you sit
- A vehicle that runs on rails, esp. a railroad car
- A road vehicle, typically with four wheels, powered by an internal
combustion engine and able to carry a small number of people
- a wheeled vehicle adapted to the rails of railroad; "three cars had jumped
- A railroad car of a specified kind
- a motor vehicle with four wheels; usually propelled by an internal
combustion engine; "he needs a car to get to work"
- the compartment that is suspended from an airship and that carries personnel
and the cargo and the power plant
sewing pattern for car seat cover -
Hawaiian Car Seat Covers, Hula Girls, set of 2 Front Bucket seat covers,
Made in Hawaii USA
Add a new refreshing look and feel in your car,
truck or minivan with cool tropical Hawaiian car seat covers!
covers help you stay cool and comfortable while adding attractive eye catching
new tropical look to the inside of your car, truck, or minivan.
universal fit car seat covers are designed and made here in Hawaii USA where
they first originated; they are NOT the cheap made in China imitations! They
will fit most front bucket seats in cars, trucks and vans.
slips over your car seat and is held secure with elastic stretch liners fastened
under the seat and behind the seat back. Besides protecting your cars seats from
the sun, wear and tear you can wash these in the washer when they get
These Hawaiian car seat covers are sold as a matching pair of two seat
covers for driver and front passenger bucket seats only. Covers for the other
seats are not available
*Before ordering please check if these will fit your
car by checking our Seller Help page titled "Hawaiian car seat covers, Will They
Fit My Car?
To reach this page click on the orange "See all buying options"
button at the upper right side of page, next click the link "International &
domestic shipping rates and return policy then "Seller Help". Q: What are the
measurements of the Hawaii seat cover? The cover measure 32" from top head rest
to seat, 20" from back rest to front edge of seat, and 22" wide for the seat.
The top of the Hawaii seat cover measure 10" wide and taper wider down the seat
to 22" wide for the rest of the seatback. Your headrest or top of the seat
should not be wider than 10" for the covers to be pulled down properly. All
covers have a black elastic backing that must be stretched around the sides and
back of the seat and a little under the seat to allow the Hawaii seat cover to
accommodate bucket seats up to two inches smaller or bigger from these
This is an older pattern (came out sometime
after I took a break from quilting). But I had to go back and try it. This is
fabric left over from a car seat cover and doll quilt made for my grand
daughters but I liked it so much I had to do something for myself with it.. Will
end up on the wall above my sewing machine.
Simplicity Pattern 158 -
1920's Vintage Sewing Pattern
Simplicity Pattern 158 1920's Vintage Sewing
sewing pattern for car seat cover
The car seat cover pattern features a face
opening with a ribbing band and a zipper on the front. A flap covers the opening
or it can be folded and held in place with Velcro. The outside edges have
elastic in casing to keep it in place on the car seat. Suggested fabrics include
heavyweight stretch knits and woven fabrics such as Polarfleece®, Berber fleece,
or blanket fleece. The bag pattern is for a lined bag with flap, a wide shoulder
strap, inside pockets, a bottom stabilizer from cardboard or Mylar plastic and
an optional decorative flap overlay from two or four different