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How much flat reed will I need to re-seat my chair seat(s) using the traditional herringbone weave?The answer is here: The Flat Reed Chair Seat Calculator.
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11/64 inch Flat Reed. This very narrow flat reed is ideal for Ribbed Baskets. May also be used anywhere...
3/16 inch Flat Reed. Ideal for most ribbed baskets this is the size flat reed we use in our 10" Melon...
1/4 inch Flat Reed. You can never have enough 1/4 inch flat reed. Use this versatile flat reed for your ribbed...
7mm Flat Reed. Many people use this flat reed instead of 1/4" flat reed-it's slightly wider than 1/4"...
Use the 3/8 inch flat reed for your smaller plaited baskets or for a tightly woven chair bottom....
1/2" Flat Reed is our most popular size of flat reed. 1/2 flat reed is an excellent choice for plaited...
5/8 inch Flat Reed. Use 5/8 flat reed to make beautiful baskets and chair bottoms. Approximately 120 feet...
3/4 inch Flat Reed. Use this flat reed for your larger plaited baskets and chair bottoms. It's a great size...
7/8 inch Flat Reed is a good choice for larger plaited baskets and chair bottoms. Approximately 75 feet...
Use this 1 inch Flat Reed to make beautiful baskets and chair bottoms. Approximately 70 feet per pound....
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