Binder cane as basket weaving material (6mm wide)


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The wide binding cane is a rattan material of creative DIY crafts. This binder cane is made of the outer shell of the rattan plant. Naturtrend Shop offer you to wrapping rattan furniture and bed legs, ie for banding.  The width of the binder cane is 6mm and the thickness is 0,5mm, only.  1kg wide binding cane is cca. 300m.

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53,30 € tax incl.

Volume discounts

Quantity Discount You Save
1,5 8% Up to 6,40 €
3,5 18% Up to 33,58 €
6,5 30% Up to 103,94 €
12,5 43.3333% Up to 288,71 €

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You can use these 6 mm wide binding cane to decorate bamboo and rattan furnitures, connect and clench to each other the part of bamboo and furniture legs on bamboo and rattan furnitures. The thickness of the binder cane is 0,5mm, so very good to work with this rattan material. Before you use binder cane, please rinse in water. You need to apply glue on the area which we would like to enfold with the filament. These goods are in 0,5kg units.

The binder cane is made of the outer shell of the rattan rod.

The shell on the rattan rod is peeled off and strands 5-6 mm wide are pulled off using blades. The wide binder cane made of rattan outer shell, like our present product, so is difficult to absorb moisture and difficult to dye.

The binder cane soaked in water then bends well without breaking, easily picks up the arc of the rattan material, and when dried, it tensions, making it easier to work with it.

The wide binding cane is the raw material of craft ideas for creative people. These handicraft accessories, which include of rattan furniture repair and suitable for wrapping bed legs and banding and you can weave seating  for chair using the tight weave technique. Rattan furniture repair can be done at home, the binder cane offered in the Naturtrend Shop provides a suitable solution for this as well.

The wide binding cane is also suitable as a raw material for basket weaving. Basket weaving is an ancient craft that man is believed to have lost sight of nesting birds. In different parts of the world, different basket weaving techniques have developed, mainly depending on plant varieties such as grain stalks, palms, willows or reeds.