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Tuesday Chair Caning Tips–Binder Cane Corners

Tuesday Chair Caning Tips–Binder Cane Corners

How-to Finish Binder Cane Corners Have you ever used this alternate way to finish the binder cane corners when weaving a hole-to-hole cane chair, rather than pegging them off? I love using this quick, clean method to finish off or treating the corners of a trapezoidal cane seat chair when applying the last step, the binder cord, on a hole-to-hole traditional cane seat. Watch the […]

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How tight is too tight in chair caning?

How tight is too tight in chair caning?

TUESDAY TIP OF THE DAY–Today’s blog post is about a situation that new chair caners encounter frequently and it’s a question I’m asked many times during the chair caning classes I teach. “How tight is too tight when you are caning a traditional, hole-to-hole, strand cane chair seat?” I have always set up the first four rows or steps a little on the loose side, […]

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Chair Caning Wedges–Tuesday Tip of the Day

Chair Caning Wedges–Tuesday Tip of the Day

TUESDAY TIP OF THE DAY–Tools for applying sheet cane webbing Applying sheet cane webbing? Having problems getting the caning down into the grove? Try using some specially made wooden chair caning wedges to insert the cane webbing into the groove around the perimeter of the panel. This page may contain affiliate links since WickerWoman.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an […]

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