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Caning Canada Woven Furniture Repair

Seat Weaving While Rving

Coming to a Town Near You

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At Caning Canada - Seat Weaving While RVing, we have been providing quality seat weaving services, at a fair price, since 1986.

My husband David and I have rented our house, allowing us to travel this beautiful country in our RV.

Cochrane, Alberta until mid-July

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan mid-July to end of August.

Not sure for September 

Maybe Penticton, B.C. first two weeks of October

Langley, BC mid-October to mid-April every year. 


During the spring and summer, we will explore different regions of Canada, providing our woven furniture repair services along the way.


We currently have weaving projects booked in Calgary, Vancouver, the Okanagan area, Saskatchewan, and Toronto.


Please send a photo of your weaving project to [email protected] showing the full piece, the top of the piece and the bottom so I can provide you with an estimate.


I will gather your contact details and add them to our booking list, then contact you before we get to your beautiful part of our country. 

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Danish mid-century modern mcm furniture incorporates minimalist design creating functional furniture with pure, clean lines. Chair frames are specifically designed to accept Danish cord material woven in a certain style.

Danish paper cord is a twisted paper cord that has been used to weave seats since the 1920s. Danish modern furniture gained popularity after World War II in Denmark and other European countries.

Mid-century and modern Danish cord chairs are woven with the standard basket weave pattern or the traditional rushing pattern. Chair frames are designed to accept a specific style of weaving and are therefore not interchangeable.

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Binding cane or rattan is used to weave Danish

Mid-Century Modern furniture.

Some examples

Designed by Hans Wegner

JH505 Scandinavian Modern Cowhorn Chair, 1960s,

CC31 Side Chair, 1950s

W2 Chair 1950s

CH-27 Easy Chair 1950s

Rattan Cane JH-501 Armchair 1950s

AT-10 Coffee Table by Hans Wegner for Andreas Tuck, 1950s

Kofod Larsen Armchairs

Hans Olsen caned back rocking chairs.

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Twisted seagrass is a twisted grass originating from Asia.

Mid-century Modern examples of the material include

Mid-Century Model 316 Dining Chairs by Peter Hvidt & Orla Mølgaard

Borge Mogensen J39 Dining Chair and the N156 chair.

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Fibre rush is a very durable one-ply, twisted paper made to resemble real twisted bull rushes. Paper fibre or "fibre reed" was introduced when China had an embargo on rattan reed exportation.

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Pre-woven sheet cane is set into a routed out groove on the top side of the chair, held in place with a reed spline, no holes drilled in framework.

Pre-woven cane comes in many different patterns and gauges.

Also referred to as Cane webbing, pressed cane, pressed-in cane, machine cane, sheet cane, and spline cane.

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Holes are drilled through the chair frame for cane material to be woven through.

Also referred to as Rattan, wicker strand cane, lace caning, traditional caning, hole to hole caning and natural strand caning.

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Riempie chairs were used by the early 1820 South African settlers who were on the move and needed lightweight chairs that utilized the materials available and the technique of Riempies (leather thongs) provided this style of chair.

I don't do leatherwork, however, can offer to weave your Riempie chairs with a binding cane.

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Cotton strapping used to wrap straight edge chairs. 

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What type of woven furniture do you have? 

How to clean and maintain your woven furniture?

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