MATERIAL & BOOKS
The caning needle is used to thread the cane strand through when it is not possible to use your fingers. It is a real timesaver and gives excellent results!
This tool will help you draw through cane strands when they lie under the caning. To take a deeper look at caning and reseating techniques, check out the book by Charlotte Lahalle – published in French by Fleurus.
Reseating using marsh straw and traditional caning with 6 strands; here are the secrets of a craft made accessible to everyone. Designed and tested specially for starters, this essential working tool will help you achieve, little by little, the dexterity of a real craftsman. With a little patience and some minute detail, you will be able to return...
Essential tool for any canework, this brass caning peg is used to hold the cane strand in the holes temporarily while awaiting the finishing touches
You will use this wooden handled pruning knife daily in your seat and armchair canework
Used to measure the diameter of rattan core, the reed gauge is an essential tool for the good craftsman. For seat and armchair caning.
You can also use a number of rattan materials for your wickerwork and creative leisure activities. This plywood base will help you to create decorative items and unusual and lovingly crafted wickerwork.To measure the cane diameter you need precisely, a reed gauge is an appropriate tool
The Spiral Tree Protector is widely used in the North hemisphere to protect young trees or stems from rabbits, hares, sheep and deer. It is inexpensive to buy per unit and it is also quick and simple to fit. It can be fitted after plantation and does not require any stake or fixation to support it except in the case of weak stems.