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Cathryn Peters
Re: cane quality
Mon Feb 18, 2019 8:06am
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Hi Landyplace,

Could you please sign all your posts/messages with your real name and maybe city and state, too so we know how to address you? And if you are in business with your seatweaving you can/should also post at least your business name. This is one way you can be assured of getting fr*ee advertising for your business.

Now, as to your question about the quality of cane. If you will do a Search here on the forum using the search box right on the homepage you will get a lot of replies, with solutions and reasons that the cane is not always so good.

I have a Cane & Basket Supplies Directory™ on my website where you can find over 20 excellent dedicated suppliers (that's their only business) here in the US as well as a few overseas. The problem is not so much with the suppliers as it is where the materials are coming from which the suppliers have little control over.

The Wicker Woman®--Cathryn Peters
https://www.WickerWoman.com/cane-and-basket-supplies


  • cane quality Landyplace, Sun Feb 17 11:03am
    Gooday all.......im getting back to caning again..where is everyone getting their best quality cane?got a kit off amazon and got the seat done but not great quality thanks have a great day
    • Re: cane quality Cathryn Peters, Mon Feb 18 8:06am
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