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Wide Binding Cane-1/4 Inch Wide

Wide binding cane, 1/4" wide in 500' and 20' lengths, for furniture legs, backs, sides, and rattan seats.
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Wrap Around legs, backs, and side of furniture. Great for wrapping around legs, backs and sides of furniture, as well as for replacing the seats of rattan furniture.

(1) Wide Binding Cane-1/4 Inch Wide
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Weight 1.2900
Tech Spec
  • Dimensions: (#74102) 1/4" wide 20'
  • Dimensions: (#74095) 1/4'' wide 500'
5.0 / 5.0
11 Reviews
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Just what i need it. Great product. Arrived on time.
June 22, 2018
1 year ago
Quarter inch Binding Cane
Great stuff...It made the chair I caned look really professional.
April 13, 2018
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great product!
Great product. Perfect for repairing and good quality.
April 9, 2018
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great for repair!"
Good product. I used this to repair a 1960s Arthur Umanoff wicker basket chair. The shape and size were a great match. It looks like new! Thank you!
January 1, 2018
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Cane to restore couch
. I bought the caning material to match the existing decorative trim on my couch with rattan sides and kickboard. The caning matched perfectly after I applied several coats of stain and now the couch looks like new
June 3, 2017
over 2 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Binding cane
Good product. Great service.
December 22, 2016
over 3 years ago
This cane worked very well for reinforcing the top wood rung on a very old pack basket
September 30, 2016
over 4 years ago
This product worked well for me.
June 3, 2016
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
wrapped coffee pot handle
I have a french press that my ferret got hold of and chewed the handle beyond belief. I used the can to rewrap what was a rubber wrapped handle. It looks better than when I bought it. Thank you.
May 29, 2016
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
Great Customer Service
Loved the product and customer service was great!
I used the caning to repair a set of wicker porch chairs before painting them.
May 21, 2016
over 3 years ago
Woodworking Experience:
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Why did you choose this?
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To repair a childs chair that I have had for 73 years
Lira D on Aug 16, 2018
to repair rattan chair
June F on Jul 12, 2018
To repair a childs chair that I have had for 73 years
Lira D on Aug 16, 2018
Repairing wicker furniture legs
Mary Ellen L on Aug 8, 2018
to repair rattan chair
June F on Jul 12, 2018
To repair the legs of some wicker chairs and table
Rosario P on May 31, 2018
Re-wrapping the joints on bamboo couch, chaise and lounge chair.
John B on May 29, 2018
It's what I need.
Jack R on May 21, 2018
I read your customers remarks and was impressed, also it was what I was looking for.
Linda H on May 10, 2018
need this to redo cane chair
ARDY C on May 8, 2018
You are the ONLY supplier I could find !
David W on Apr 28, 2018
to repair the binding on the two front legs of my wicker chair
Francis S on Apr 23, 2018
To repair a antique/vintage wicker rocker that has original springs.
Lesterle/Richard M on Mar 29, 2018
Unable to purchase locally. Need to repair a bit of puppy chewing on a chair.
Barb M on Mar 15, 2018
This item is the right size and shape needed to repair my dining room chairs.
Karen O on Mar 5, 2018
I'm hoping to be able to repair some bamboo chairs and also turn a black metal table into a more bamboo looking table.....with any luck and
denise d on Nov 21, 2017
Need for chair repair
John B on Nov 6, 2017
Repairing old rockers
Gene S on Oct 14, 2017
will be perfect for edge finish on my chair caning job
craig a on Oct 5, 2017
fixing white wicker furniture someone abandoned on side of road. repainting and some of the leg canning is off hope to make good as new, cannot find this product in any craft stores
Holly D on Sep 25, 2017
I am repairing a Papasan footstool's lashing.
Marcia B on Sep 10, 2017
I have trouble finding binder cane locally, so I ordered from you.
Vince J on Jul 13, 2017
I need binding to repair wicker chair
Lillie P on Jul 3, 2017
Recommended for bamboo chair repair.
Candice P on Jun 17, 2017
Price and quantity, and it's utility for what I am going to use it for. I will be using the cane for an armature in a large sculpture.
William F on May 19, 2017
Craft project.
June H on May 17, 2017
Repair to a rattan couch
Kenneth L on May 12, 2017
just what I need to repair corner where arm and back meet on rattan sofa
Gail M on Apr 22, 2017
Repair furniture
Joan R on Apr 10, 2017
it the right type of material needed for this project.
Daniel B on Mar 6, 2017
building rattan coffee table
Ronald J on Mar 4, 2017
I need to repair a rattan rocker
Cathy J on Feb 25, 2017
Need to repair 2 chairs I bought at a thrift store. Could not find this product locally. I've used Rockler before and I'm happy with their company.
Marshall B on Feb 3, 2017
repair of rattan chairs
Paul K on Jan 22, 2017
to repair legs on rattan chairs.
George S on Jan 15, 2017
I am re-caning a wooden chair seat and this is the size binding it currently has.
Stephen H on Dec 2, 2016
repair chairs
becky H on Nov 7, 2016
Repair of stool
Steven B on Oct 22, 2016
Repair wicker chair
Fred V on Sep 10, 2016
pricing,ease of ordering and the quality that i find using rockler products
allen h on Sep 6, 2016
I need to repair some wicker deck furniture with this size binder cane
Kenneth L on Aug 12, 2016
repairing 2 wicker chairs
jlocht on Jul 11, 2016
repairing my wicker chairs
Maryann M on May 22, 2016
exactly what I needed to repair wicker chairs
Kristi A on Apr 30, 2016
We are repairing some rattan furniture and needed this to wrap around the legs of the couch and chair since some of the original bindings broke off.
Donna S on Apr 4, 2016
Randy H on Apr 3, 2016
I'm repairing two rattan chairs , and I think your<br />caning ptoduct will fit perfectly.
nick v on Feb 20, 2016
thinking of starting a hobby in retirement
Neal O on Sep 30, 2015
repairing old wicker furniture
Frankie G on Sep 19, 2015
Just what I needed to repair Rattan chairs<br /><br />Tech dept (Adam) was kind enough to figure the amount I needed
Eileen G on Jul 27, 2015
needed it to repair wicker furniture
Frankie G on Jul 19, 2015
Want to try for fly rod grips
charles s on Jul 15, 2015
Repairing wicker furniture legs
Mary Ellen L on Aug 8, 2018
To repair the legs of some wicker chairs and table
Rosario P on May 31, 2018
looking for a very small stapler to use on the binding of rattan chairs..Can you help?
D M on Mar 28, 2016
Item #74102 is it flat so I can use to rewrap the legs on my wicker furniture?
Ginger D on Sep 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes it is flat. I have used it successfully to wrap the ends of my wicker armrests. And I will use it again to fix the backing of my wicker chairs where the binding holds together two different canes where they meet. Just do not leave the binding cane too long in the water then it discolors.
Good luck!!!!
Is the rattan flat on both sides?
Tom C on Sep 30, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Flat on one side very small radius on the other. look to be cut from bamboo
what caning is used for outdoor patio chairs?
George H on Feb 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: George, I am sorry I cannot give you an experienced answer as I only used this product on an old pack basket to bind the top frame. It worked great for what I needed but it may be too coarse for patio chairs. I have never had experience with those. I wish I had a good answer but without experience, I had better leave it at that. Good luck.
How do I wrap the binding cane around 1 - 1 1/2 inch wood poles without it cracking or splitting? Do I soak in water?
John S on Nov 19, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hi John - Yes, you are correct about soaking first. I bound the top rim of an old pack basket last winter. The cane, after soaking just over night allowed it to become very pliable and you can tightly wrap it without any splitting damage. After it dries, it would be a good idea to give it a good coat of furniture oil, Minwax or the like. I happened to use.CWF (clear wood finish). Occasional oiling thereafter will keep the wood limber, resilent and long lasting. Hope this helps. Martin C.
I need to wrap caning around the arms of an old wicker rocker. Will the 1'4 in wide binding cane work for this? Also, what tool would I need to use?
mary T on Mar 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Mary - I haven't worked on furniture but rather repairs to an old packbasket. The caning noted worked perfectly for my need. It would seem to me to be ideal for your intended use as well.. The binding in quite long lenghts but can"t remember exactly. Depending on the width and length of your chair arms, you will have to estimate the amount needed. I needed no tools for my job as I just weaved one end into existing basket weave. With chair arms, I suspect you will have to tack ends on the under sides of arms with fine tacks. Other than tacks and small hammer, there are no tools required other than maybe a heavy shear to cut the binding where necessary. The secret is to soak the binding in water overnight and it will be completly workable the next day. Again, I'm not an expert at this but my project came out nicely. Good luck. Martin
Is this what I need to wrap the corner where arms meet the back of bamboo chair?
Becky W on Jul 3, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I used it for a very similar problem in a bamboo rocking chair
How do i secure the ends of cane bunding?
Faith B on May 19, 2019
If you are weaving something like a chair seat or a basket the cane end is simply woven into the "Warp" canes that it is crossing. As you come near the end of the cane you are weaving find a location where the end will be hidden from normal viewing, like the underside of the seat. Stop weaving the can at that point trim the cane back so an inch or two is sticking out of the weave and start the next cane by tucking it under the first cane back two to three inches. As you finish the total weaving project there will be quite a bit of tension throughout the entire weave. This is what secures the ends in place. Lastly go through and trim all the exposed ends back to where a warp end crosses over it so that the end of the woven cane is hidden. Be careful not to cut or score the warp canes at that point.

I hope this answers your question and helps


Green Oak Custom Woodworks
I have 2 cane chairs that are originally made for use on my deck but I use them in my bedroom & the wrappings are coming loose where the braces meet the legs , etc. .
I don't see any tacks unless they are hidden under the final work, & 4 places that need fixing per chair. Generally how much cane would I need to buy ?
Larry O on Jul 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Larry - I am by no means an expert but the times I do canning I simply add up the number of strands horizontally plus the number vertically and multiply by two for the total length and add a little more as a cushion. The catalog will give the length of their product so simply order the amount needed to cover total that you need. Good luck.
First, im a diy. I was gifted a teak outdoor table w/a pull out leaf. What i discovered was the table needed much attention. Stripping paint off, sanding and reconditioned. Some of the bamboo slats needed to be replaced, which i did. Now the problem im having is finding and replacing the material that holds the bamboo to the frame support pieces. What is it called and do you sell it?
Steven D on Nov 28, 2017
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