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MSFS Questair Venture

just found out this kit plane at end of December. it fast and small. try to build it. not much reference I could get, but here it is.


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Very excellent indeed. FYI, the piping at the edges of seats is used to close exposed seams, by folding the leather back under itself and then stitching to the piping. It is usually a separate product, often in contrasting colors, although one could create it by sewing leather into a "tube." So basically they build the entire seat cover inside out using blind seams, then they turn it rightside out and zipper it up with an exposed seam. I do not believe it is possible to run piping over a blind seam, but I only ever sewed sails and the occasional hemmed cutoff jeans. Here's a picture of the actual product and one of the detail, we can see the piping sewn over a folded seam and another row of black piping running up under that fold.