Re: Lincoln rocker curved back
Sat Mar 18, 2017 9:06pm
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Oh yes, I forgot to mention going in front of the temporary pieces, and sometimes behind. Hard to remember it all. The side to side pieces should be tight across the chair. They will form the curve that the vertical pieces will go behind. My suggestion is to make some notes, maybe in one of the books that was most helpful, so the next time you do this you can remember those little tricks. Taking pictures as you go is also another way to help you remember and easier than writing it down. I think you've got it now!

  • Lincoln rocker curved back Patti Erickson, Sat Mar 18 4:06pm
    Hi Rhonda, I just finished tearing out the back, again. I just couldn't get it to conform. As I was taking out the back, I noticed if I pulled my side to sides tighter, the cane came down and... more
    • Re: Lincoln rocker curved back Rhonda Voos-Association of Artis, Sat Mar 18 9:06pm
      • Lincoln rocker curved back Patti Erickson, Sun Mar 19 2:40pm
        HI Rhonda, Jim and Joyce, The 5th time is the charm! I did it! Yeah! Thanks to everyone that helped me out. For some reason, I need lots of visuals. Reading text and following is difficult, but I... more
      • Lincoln rocker curved back Patti Erickson, Sun Mar 19 11:10am
        Hi Rhonda, I need to place a piece of wood at the curve in the middle of the back correct? And then run the vertical temporaries behind the piece of wood, right?
        • Lincoln Rocker curved back Rhonda Voos-Association of Artis, Sun Mar 19 8:29pm
          Sorry I didn't get to this earlier, was out most of the day. You don't need to use wood, just temporary cane strands vertically so you can weave step 1 behind those side to side.
          • Lincoln rocker curved back Patti Erickson, Mon Mar 20 5:23am
            That's what I did. No wood, just the temps. It worked great! Thanks, again Rhonda! Everyone was great!!! I'll post pics when I'm done. Patti
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