With this type of cane chair, a pre-woven sheet of cane is pressed into a groove around the perimeter of the seat and/or backrest of the chair then secured by a narrow spline also pressed on top of the cane into the groove then secured with glue.
Hand Woven Cane Chair Example
With this type of cane chair, the cane is hand woven onto the seat and/or backrest strand by strand into a series of holes drilled around the perimeter of the area to be caned.
Hand Woven & Pegged Caned Chair Example
This type of cane chair is also hand woven but has the added feature of being secured in place with wooden pegs. Sometimes the pegs are necessary to secure the cane if the holes do not go all the way through the chair frame. Other times it's more decorative than anything else.
Rush Chair Seat Weaving Examples
We offer three types of Rush seat weaving materials. Man made fiber (show in this picture) Natural Seagrass and Golden Wheat wrapped seagrass. All three styles can be seen on our "Find Your Rush Seat Chair" page. Chairs #1, 2 & 3 show the difference.
Porch Cane Chair Example
Known traditionally as "Porch Cane" due to it's common use on outdoor furniture. A much heavier strand cane is used for durability. The herringbone pattern pictured is very popular.