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Joining paper rush using hog ring pliers

Joining paper rush using hog ring pliers

Well, this topic of joining paper rush strands using hog ring pliers is one that I thought I’d already covered here on the Weavin’ Wicker Woman blog, but I can’t find one single post on it, so here goes… This page may contain affiliate links since WickerWoman.com is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a […]

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Paper Rush Manufacturer

Paper Rush Manufacturer

MONDAY MENTION–I was surfing around trying to find some more chair caning blogs like this one that I blogged about before, when I discovered that a favorite caning supply company, Peerless Rattan Company has a blog, too! Got to looking around and reading past posts when I saw this one on a paper fibre rush manufacturing company right here in the States! Read the Peerless […]

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Tuesday Tips–Paper Rush Seatweaving

Tuesday Tips–Paper Rush Seatweaving

A while back I made a post about weaving with paper fibre rush and the perils of not stuffing the seats with cardboard or something else to protect the strands.  https://www.wickerwoman.com/tuesday-tips-paper-rush-weaving.html I was having problems with my photo editor on the blog that day, so was not able to post the picture of the seat I was describing. So are some pictures and reasons to […]

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Tuesday Tips–Paper Rush Weaving

Tuesday Tips–Paper Rush Weaving

Tuesday Chair Caning Tips–You have the seat weaving problems, I’ll try to solve them for you! The Problem: Have you ever seen a broken paper rush seat like this before with all the strands cut on the front rail ? Have any idea what happened here? All rails are flat about 3″-4″ wide and are not round dowels. The reason this break in the paper […]

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Chair Caning Questions?

Do you have questions about your furniture that has woven seats? Not sure what the material is or what the pattern is called? Need to know how to maintain your cane chairs or stain the cane to match others in a set? How about day-to-day care and cleaning of any woven seat? Check out the Seatweaving FAQ page on WickerWoman.com where Cathryn answers several of […]

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