You definitely can. A search through Hometalk or online will find you lots of answers to your repair needs.
You will need to buy the right type of cane etc. from a Craft Shop. Pick up a book on the subject too as that will give you the method and advise on the tools you will need. If you can't take the item with you when you shop, take a phot r two! You might even be able to contact an expert to do it for you, if it is too daunting, or at least get a price to have it done!
What kind of wicker is this? outdoor resin wicker? or an vintage wicker made out of rattan. This video may help give an understanding what can be done to fix it:
Here's a how to step by step guide:
It depends on the damage. If small pieces are loose, you can probably glue them down.
Perhaps this will help:
Here's a post that might help - https://www.diynetwork.com/how-to/make-and-decorate/decorating/how-to-repair-wicker-furniture#:~:text=To%20repair%20a%20chair%20leg,small%20tack%20(Image%202).
Hi Jll: There are kits that have reeds to repair wicker. Just be sure to have a big tub of warm water to soak the reeds in, to soften them up. Here is a site that might help: https://www.diynetwork.com/how-to/make-and-decorate/decorating/how-to-repair-wicker-furniture
I hope this information helps you repair your wicker.
soak wicker caning in water to make flexible
Apply a dab of glue under the end of the loose wrapping, then insert the end of the new strand, and tap it in place with a small tack (Image 2). Wrap the length of new cane snugly around the leg (Image 3), and add a dab of glue where it ends.
How to Repair Wicker Furniture | how-tos | DIY
Posting a picture of the particular damage your wicker furniture has would immediately illustrate how extensive it is. We would then be able to offer suggestions on what might realistically work in your particular situation.
Hello, hope this helps you out,
Here is some basic information to repair wicker furniture!
Here are a couple of sites that may help: https://m.wikihow.com/Repair-Wicker-Furniture
Also, this site shows a bunch of stuff, along with windings for your furniture. Click on one that looks like what you want, then click again on the big picture that comes up and you will get more information. https://www.google.com/search?q=repair+leather+windings+on+wicker+furniture&tbm=isch&source=univ&client
Here you go https://www.diynetwork.com/how-to/make-and-decorate/decorating/how-to-repair-wicker-furniture
This is a helpful tutorial: https://pin.it/2qELZEG
This video shows how to repair wicker: https://youtu.be/rxjZqA3JuOM
This should help: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oNfn55iVWGw
See if one of these posts will help you: https://www.hometalk.com/search/all?filter=how%20to%20repair%20wicker