Cómo encordar una silla con cuerda y darle una segunda oportunidad
En este tutorial os enseñaré a encordar una silla con cuerda para que podáis reciclarla, darle una segunda oportunidad y decorar vuestro hogar.
OnlineEXTRA: My First Chair - Weaving Lesson
Ken Burton takes you through the final steps of weaving the seat of your chair in the onlineEXTRA to our cover project in the Aug/Sept 2016 issue of Woodcraf...
Restore a Hemp Seat Chair Instructions - My Turn for Us
Restore a Hemp Seat Chair inexpensively and easily with these step by step directions to make an old chair into the quaint chair it deserves to be.
How I Changed the Color on Rush Seat Chairs
Don't settle for a chair color you don't like. Check out how easy it was for me to change the color of rush seat chairs using driftwood stain. | In My Own Style
Cost for Chair Caning - Seatweaving.com
The cost for chair caning varies, dependent upon the area where you live and demand for such services. Some rural areas are still getting $1.35 per hole.
Replacing a cane seat -- my way!
There are a lot of great tutorials on how to replace a cane seat. This is not one of them. But it does show that you don't need special...
Weaving porch cane with a "steamer"
A slideshow showing how to use a metal "steamer" shuttle tool to speed up the weaving process on a porch or close woven chair seat. Steamers are available fr...
My first time caning
I stepped out of my comfort zone for this project. Whenever I find a piece of furniture that needs new caning, I usually find a different way to fix it. I replace the seat with a board and upholster it or use webbing. In this case, that couldn't be done. This chair came to me like this. It is a friends and she wanted it to have a back. Her first request was to upholster it. Upon first inspection, I realized it had never been upholstered before. It was cane. This is a very nice antique chair…
Chair Caning Tips -- Pull Cane Right Direction
http://www.WickerWoman.com -- Chair Caning Tip of the Day--Are you pulling the strands through going in the correct direction so as not to snag or damage it?...