Don't panic - I'm not building a Mirror dinghy!
Anyone used this technique before? I am building an instrument pod to replace the upturned ice cream tub that has been the home for my tacho for way too long, and decided that S&G was the most cost effective method. Only one panel left to cut, then it's time to stick it together.
Now, everything I have read implies I need to remove the stitching once the initial "glueing" of the joint has taken place, but it strikes me that if left in place it should result in a stronger joint. (Plan is to cover the whole thing in a carefully cut sheet of fibre matt & flowcat it to match the rest of the console)
So, has anyone left the stitching in, and if so what did you use? I am thinking of using whipping twine (thin & strong) or thin fishing line.