Curved back
Sat Mar 18, 2017 5:25pm

I've noticed that some are a lot more curved than others and sometimes the placing of the holes makes it more difficult to follow the curve so I am imagining that yours is just a little quirkier than average.
Best of luck!
Joyce Curtis

  • Lincoln rocker curved back Patti Erickson, Sat Mar 18 3:56pm
    HI Joyce, Well, I tore out the back again. I just couldn't get it to conform to that middle curve. I am going to try again tomorrow. I think, I may be leaving the side to side too loose. One book... more
    • Curved back Back Porch Caning - Joyce Curtis, Sat Mar 18 5:25pm
      • Lincoln rocker curved back Patti Erickson, Sat Mar 18 5:32pm
        Hi Joyce, I think one of the problems is the customer replaced the side stringers. He didn't make them like the old ones, they are well over an inch thick and angled in towards the middle of the... more
    • lincoln rocker curved back JIm Widess, Sat Mar 18 5:13pm
      I always weave the first diagonal as the third step, and it's especially important to do so when one or both planes are curved. The diagonal locks the grid so you don't have to do as much... more
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