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Paper rush seatweaving photo steps

Paper rush seatweaving photo steps

Frustrated attempting to weave your first paper fibre rush chair seat? Want to learn a great way to hide the ends of the paper fiber strand end joins so you don’t have to tie knots? Then I’ve got the answer and help for you! Glue them together and then tuck those joins between the cardboard stuffing in the gussets so they are not seen. Just watch […]

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New “How-to Gathering Cattails” YouTube Video

New “How-to Gathering Cattails” YouTube Video

I just made another video and uploaded it to YouTube, on Gathering & Drying Cattail Leaves. Please rate the video and leave your comments, too! So, be sure to check it out and then stay tuned for more as we weave our own cattail leaf rush chair seat! YouTube.com/thewickerwoman Read the print article here on the website on the Articles tab, “Gathering Cattail Leaves” and […]

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H.H. Perkins Company on WickerWoman.com!

H.H. Perkins Company on WickerWoman.com!

I am very happy to include a new Cane & Basket advertiser on WickerWoman.com, a supply company that I’ve used personally for over 30 years! The H.H. Perkins Company, Inc., established in 1917, is very proud to be celebrating our 90th year in business this year. For the finest in Seat Weaving, Basket Weaving and all types of Furniture Repairs and Restorations, contact us by […]

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Chair Caning Experts Added to Furniture Repair Directory!

Need chair caning or other types of seatweaving done to your precious family heirlooms? You’re in luck if you live near these recent additions to the Furniture Repair Directory: 1.) Sue Dunstone of Thistledown Studios, Blaine, Washington 2.) Jamie Cribbs of The Caning Crib, Delaware, Ohio 3.) Vladimir Rossoshanskiy of V.R. Weaving, Mount Crawford, Virginia Welcome everyone, and thanks for advertising though the Furniture Repair […]

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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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