Patti Erickson
Lincoln rocker curved back
Sat Mar 18, 2017 5:17pm
2600:1002:b10f:bd2f:820:ce36:e3b4:5ecc

Hi Jim,
I have your book. I did the temporary verticals. I ran the step two (side to side) behind the temporary verticals. Should they be loose or tight against the temporary verticals? Step two (verticals) should they be loose or just up against the side to sides (step 1)? The second vertical, is it difficult to put this behind everything? Why doesn't it go on top? So I will be weaving the second side to side (horizontal) a little differently then I am used to weaving, correct? I think my problem is I am laying the horizontal (side to side, step 2) too loosely. I'll let you know how it goes tomorrow.

Thanks,
Patti Erickson
This Old Seat

  • lincoln rocker curved back. JIm Widess, Sat Mar 18 5:08pm
    Hi Patti, The instructions are in my The Caner's Handbook." Drop 3 or 4 strands, spaced apart from one side to the other, down from the top rail to the bottom rail. This will secure the vertical... more
    • Lincoln rocker curved back Patti Erickson, Sat Mar 18 5:17pm
      • lincoln rocker curved back JIm Widess, Sat Mar 18 5:47pm
        the first horizontal behind the temporary verticals should be snug. The first vertical should be snug behind the horizontals. It goes behind the horizontals so that it maintains it's curve. Then put... more
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