From Broken Caned Chair to Grain Sack Beauty

I brought home a pair of antique caned chairs from an auction, but the caning was broken in both of them.
See the process and get the free No. 1 image for your own use here -
http://knickoftime.net/2014/01/grain-sack-typography-chair.html
Rather than try to learn to replace the caning, I decided to give one of the chairs a new look with some grain sack style fabric and a No. 1 image that is a replica from an 1800's sewing pattern.
I also made a footstool to match the chair. It can be seen here ---> http://knickoftime.net/2014/02/grain-sack-foot-stool.html
You can see all my furniture makeovers at Knick of Time here ---> http://knickoftime.net/project-gallery/furniture-makeovers
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