Headliner Wool

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This is quality and versatile wool headlining fabric. Wrinkles can be removed by applying water in a fine mist then using heat, such as a hair dryer, allowing the wool to shrink, allowing for a tight and smooth fit. Simply choose a color: Off-White, Tan and Grey.

54 inches wide; sold by the yard.

All headliner materials include a FAR 25.853 burn cert.
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Timothy L Verified Purchase


July 26, 2022

This is very nice wool. It is very difficult these days to find any wool material for headliners. For those vintage purist with old a/c that were manufactured using wool, this material is perfect. The problem here is that they only offer 3 colors, and right now two of the three are out of stock. I needed some tan for some trim to finish out a project. Other sources had minimum quantities, no burn certs and averaged well over 60 bucks a yard. So, if you can work with the colors, this stuff is great. Fairly heavy weight and seems to be treated as it is different color on each side. One side showing a coating of some type, maybe for moths or fire? The tan was not exactly tan in my book but close. It appears a little dark with an orange hue to it. I wish I could post a picture as you can not get samples either. You will need to buy a yard and see if it works. Shop around and you will find it is priced very well considering it is fire certified.

Goodfriend A
February 28, 2020

Great, high quality wool head liner that behaved nicely. 3 yards was more than enough to do our Cessna 150B, as can be seen on our Facebook page (Recover Your Cub).

Ken H
January 22, 2018

The fabric is heavier/thicker than I expected. Very nice. I think that the GRAY color leans towards taupe, which worked well for my application. The product listing states that the FAR burn cert is included. I did not receive one. I had to ask for it and subsequently received it thru email. Aircraft Spruce gets one demerit for that.

Michael H Verified Purchase


January 12, 2024

I purchased an off white wool headliner for my 175. it took 2 months to get it which is not a problem but when I received my headliner it is a very yellow hue, not anything close to an off white. The color is so wrong for offwhite. When you take a picture of the off white it appears to be white but looking at it in person it is yellow tint.

Raymond F
November 30, 2022


Please note, Aircraft Spruce's personnel are not certified aircraft mechanics and can only provide general support and ideas, which should not be relied upon or implemented in lieu of consulting an A&P or other qualified technician. Aircraft Spruce assumes no responsibility or liability for any issue or problem which may arise from any repair, modification or other work done from this knowledge base. Any product eligibility information provided here is based on general application guides and we recommend always referring to your specific aircraft parts manual, the parts manufacturer or consulting with a qualified mechanic.

Q: Does this wool headliner material come with a burn cert?

All of our headliner material comes with a FAR 25.853 burn cert.

Q: what glue is the best to use for installing this headliner material to fiberglass?

I could not find a specific adhesive for wool material, but 3M 1300 contact cement is used in similar applications. We suggest consulting with a headliner installer for more suggestions on adhesives that can be used.

Q: Can I get sample of these three materials?

No, we do not offer samples but can sell as little as 1 yard.

Q: what is the best thread to use with this fabric - an upholstery type thread? or a silk thread? and what size needle is best used when sewing with this fabric?

The needle in the machine is a 135-17. The thread is sty 1279 69-bonded polyester 16pt (pn 16-00223 for white)

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