Here are some chair caning samples that I did a while ago that I think you’ll enjoy seeing.

This first cane chair seat is a wide binding cane seat on an unmarked hickory frame rustic rocker.

rustic hickory rocker

Unmarked rustic hickory rocker with binder cane seat

It could be Old Hickory or the Indiana Chair Company or a copy from another chair manufacturer. But to be absolutely certain, we’d need to see the manufacturer’s label, but nevertheless isn’t she a beauty?

rustic hickory rocker

Back rustic hickory rocker with wide binding cane seat

Here’s a closeup of the herringbone twill seat in 6MM wide binding cane.

wide binder cane seat

Then I also did a spline cane desk chair which uses pre-woven cane webbing and a hole-to-hole strand cane dining room chair seat.

cane webbing and strand cane seats

Spline cane or cane webbing on the left, hand caning or hole-to-hole on the right.

Can you spot the difference between these two types of cane chair seat weaving? The pre-woven cane webbing, which is made on a large loom is on the left and the traditional strand or hand chair caning is on the right.

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