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Weavin’ Wicker Woman Blog 10-Year Blogoversary!

Weavin’ Wicker Woman Blog 10-Year Blogoversary!

It’s My 10-Year Blogoversary! Weavin’ Wicker Woman 10-Year Blogoversary was a couple days ago on July 16, 2014 and with everything going on in my personal life, I forgot all about it! And for some reason the Blogoversary widget is not working correctly, so that was no help in reminding me, either! But I think for a narrow niche blog we’ve done pretty well, wouldn’t […]

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Site and Blog Template Changes

Site and Blog Template Changes

  Well, as you have probably noticed, if you’ve viewed my website or blog over the last few days, we’ve made some changes to the template. It’s stayed pretty much the same with the three-column template for the last five years, ever since 2007, when I switched my site platform to WordPress self-hosted.   Now you’ll see only two-columns with a different navigation system located […]

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Weavin’ Wicker Woman Blog on Kindle

Weavin’ Wicker Woman Blog on Kindle

Weavin’ Wicker Woman Blog is once again available on Kindle! so when you are away from the Internet and/or your smart phone you can still read the posts and not miss a thing! Get your dose of this chair caning, wicker and basketry blog, Weavin’ Wicker Woman on Kindle today. Keep in touch so you never miss a lick! LIKE THIS POST? Subscribe to get […]

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Tuesday Tips–Leaving your mark on rewoven chair seats

Tuesday Tips–Leaving your mark on rewoven chair seats

TUESDAY WEAVING TIPS — Whenever you get the chance to “leave your mark” on a chair seat that you are restoring or reweaving, be sure to do it. Here I’ve inserted my business card between the cardboard triangles used for stuffing a paper rush chair seat. Don’t pass up the opportunity to get free advertising for your caning business and at the same time, leave […]

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Chair Caning in Hickory, North Carolina

Chair Caning in Hickory, North Carolina

MONDAY MENTION–Chair Caning We just added another chair caning expert to the National Furniture Repair Directory™ in the Seatweaving section on WickerWoman.com! Dick Knotts, owner of The Seat Doktor, has been weaving for over 10 years and will be more than happy to repair any of your chair caning projects! He’s also a brand new member of The SeatWeavers’ Guild, Inc. and we’re so glad […]

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Updates to WickerWoman.com

Updates to WickerWoman.com

There have been so many updates made to the website that I hardly know where to begin and have not been very good about telling ya’ll about them, sorry! I’ll start with the new blog header so you can catch up on all the great chair caning, wicker, and basket making posts that have been made this year and over the past seven years, too! […]

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Loss of a Loved One

Loss of a Loved One

As some of you know, my father, Jack Jungroth from Oklahoma City, OK passed away on Tuesday, June 7th around 10 p.m. He died peacefully sitting in front of his computer watching a slideshow of family pictures I had just downloaded to his computer, at the age of 81. Thankfully I was able to be there visiting with him from May 28th until June 7th. […]

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Weavin’ Wicker Woman Blog Changes

Weavin’ Wicker Woman Blog Changes

After six years of blogging on the free Blogger.com platform, I am pulling the plug there next week and will only be blogging from my own domain website, WickerWoman.com I’m keeping the name, Weavin’ Wicker Woman, as you’ll see on the new header. And just so you can find me again, the new URL is http://www.WickerWoman.com/blog What this means is that all you Networked Blogs […]

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NetworkedBlog Followers Lost?

NetworkedBlog Followers Lost?

I just changed over all the information and feeds on NetWorkedBlogs from my old Blogger.com blog to this new self-hosted one here on WickerWoman.com and in so doing, think I lost all 19 Followers. Anyone know how to migrate your NetWorkedBlogs Followers from one blog to another and not lose anyone? Help! LIKE THIS POST? Subscribe to get updates!

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