Continue wrapping the warp around the front and back rails from underneath, making sure adjoining rows of tape are in contact. The weave should be tight, but not so taut that there is no play for the weft rows to be woven between the warp rows. Once you are about halfway to the opposite side rail, it is time to stuff the seat. To prevent the tape from slackening, tie the loose length of tape to one of the slats. Buy a piece of 1-inch-thick foam padding from a craft supply or hardware store and cut it with a craft knife to fit within the seat rails. Slip the padding between the tape layers (left), centering it between the rails.
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