Well, my little fingers have been flying across the keyboard the last three or four days, making yet more improvements and additions to WickerWoman.com! One of those additions is a new page with FREE hole-to-hole chair caning instructions!
As some of you will recall, I was a writer for eHow.com for a few years and had some articles on chair caning and related articles published there.
However, a few years back they changed all their editing, publishing and payment protocols. The new “rules” were not something I could stomach anymore, so I pulled my articles out.
E-How was offering a “one-time buyout” from writers of articles that they wanted to keep. But what they offered to pay for my four articles didn’t even come close to what I had received in one month’s revenue from them!
And can you believe that measly one-time offer, and then they would “own” all rights to my articles, too???? No writer in their right mind would give up all rights to their articles for such a low buyout price! Get REAL eHow!
New Beginnings–FREE Chair Caning Instructions
So, I severed all ties with e-How and have finally posted one of the articles (slightly rewritten and with slightly different accompanying photo steps), on “Hole-to-Hole Chair Caning Instructions” and am offering that page for FREE to all the readers of my website and blog!
Excuse the extra line spacing and photo placement, it seems WP is giving me guff and is adding in tons of paragraphs and other stuff to some of the pages. I haven’t found a workaround yet, so have to put up with the crazy look, sorry!
Have you visited the page yet? FREE Hole-to-Hole Chair Caning Instructions!
If you use my directions to weave your own chair seat, be sure to drop me a note here on this blog post comment section or send me an email :~D
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