Custom headliners are cool and are a lot of work...If you want to do it measure out the roof dimensions and allow 6" or more overlap for the edges, because you have to account for the curvature of the headliner and the wrap around the edges...be careful when removing the roof handles, because they tend to break if you are not careful (and sometimes break when you are careful). Make sure you have another car to drive to go pick up more glue or other things you might need while doing this project. Get someone to help you when working on it, because it will be so much harder doing it by yourself. There are tricks to getting the headliner out of the car, the shops usually try to remove a windshield to get it out because this is a sure way to remove the headliner without breaking it, but there are other ways to get the headliner out of doors and things using a lot of thought and scary bending. I did not break my headliner when removing it and was able to get it in and out of the front driver door. It did bend and I was scared of it snapping but it made it in and out of the car okay. Be careful what type of glue you use and what consistency it is, because if it is too runny, and you add too much, it can run through the fabric. If you have a sunroof try not to use really thick material to do the headliner because it was really hard for me using thick suede to get the rubber ring around the sunroof to go back on. You will also have to take apart the sunroof if to do the shade if you have one. It is not a project for the faint at heart when working on cars, but if you want some more tips just ask and I will try to help you out.
1994 SSE, 180 t-stat, gucci accented interior, suede headliner, eclipse avx5000 headunit, two 7.8" sunvisor screens, two 7" headrest screens, dvd player / tv tuner, infinity kappa perfect 5.1 components, infinity 12.1 perfect in the trunk, 2 rockford fosgate 350s powers, infinity refrence 7541a, 0 gauge audiobahn high flow wiring, duralast gold battery, sound dampened trunk and doors, xenon-white headlights, 2 15" and 1 20" red neons shine on the back doors, 2 3" and 6 12" blacklights lighting up the whole interior, red leds in the vents, red optx el neon pedals, red streetglow headlight leds, clear corners, pilot seven color angel eyes, blaze seven color underlighting kit, viper 791 xv.