Are you uncertain about what to charge for your seat weaving labor?
On our website we have a list of the various seat weaving techniques and how to calculate the labor charges. Don’t forget to add the cost of materials!
It’s important to note that if you live in a very expensive area, you should charge more, since your cost of living is higher than average. Always be sure that you’re comfortable with what you’re charging. You don’t ever want to feel that you’re not earning a fair wage for your seat weaving skills.
The seat labor that we cover includes:
chair caning, cane webbing, fiber rush, binder cane, flat reed and ash splint weaving, Shaker tape