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Cathryn Peters
Re: cane in cabinet door
Sun Apr 29, 2018 7:50am
199.168.48.70

Ereeder,

Could you please introduce yourself to the group? What's your name and what state do you live in, for starters. Thanks!

The Wicker Woman®--Cathryn Peters
https://www.WickerWoman.com

  • Re: cane in cabinet door ereeder, Sat Apr 28 6:21pm
    Jim, Thanks a bunch!! VERY informative! I should have pointed out that this is a "new" door that has never had cane. I removed the center wooden panel of the door to make room for the cane webbing... more
    • cane and cabinet doors JIm Widess, Mon Apr 30 12:32am
      Wire staples of the kind used by upholstery shops are very thin and shouldn't cause splitting. I always staple every strand - especially when using the radio net weave. If the air pressure is too... more
      • Re: cane and cabinet doors ereeder, Wed May 2 5:46pm
        Jim, A few last questions. What are the specs on the staples? Are they flat on top? The crown (width) of the staples is the big mystery to me. It looks like 3/8-inch is the most common crown size,... more
        • Re: cane and cabinet doors ereeder, Fri May 4 5:12pm
          I am now a successful caner (at least passable). I'll share what a TOTAL newbie learned, thanks to Jim @ caning.com First, I misunderstood Jim's directive to staple every strand. I thought that he... more
    • Re: cane in cabinet door Cathryn Peters, Sun Apr 29 7:50am
      • Re: cane in cabinet door ereeder, Sun Apr 29 10:07am
        I'm Ed from California. Retired, somewhat handy, have zero knowledge of cane, and feel incredibly lucky to have found this incredible resource.
        • New to the source jwoods.enterprises, Mon Apr 30 6:27am
          Hello Ed, New to chair seating? Visit our web site www.seatweavwersguild.org. Search here to read past posts. A ton of information. Jim Widess and Frank’s Cane and Rush are both on your coast as well ... more
          • New to the source jwoods.enterprises, Mon Apr 30 6:29am
            Love typos That is Jill Woods The SeatWeavers’ Guild, Inc.
        • Re: cane in cabinet door Cathryn Peters, Sun Apr 29 2:22pm
          Hi Ed, and welcome to the Chair Caning Forum! Please use a signature file after your posts, if only for your name and state, it helps all of us since we are spread out all over the country. The... more
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