Pattern Guidelines

The first is to draw guidelines across the pattern, one from front to back and the other from side to side. These lines should be carefully drawn to show the horizontal and vertical axes, and should be used as a guide when cutting the webbing. Lay the

Nexl measure olf Ihe midpoint of 'he front of the seat and mark it

Also lo assist in the alignment of the seal, run a piece of twine from front to back al the midpoint of the seat Hold the string in place with masking tape.

Al-gn the holes in the webbing with the guideline on the paper pattern as you cut the webbing The holes will run straight Irom back to Iront

Finally connect the two midpoints to make your guideline You will use this line when cutting the cane webbing to fit the seat

Wood Working for Amateur Craftsman

Wood Working for Amateur Craftsman

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