CNCH in Sutter Creek. The instructor was Thomas Holtkamp who taught himself by reading instructions from a library book. Sue says the process wasn't hard and that she wove most of the top in about 12 hours. She is just about done with the top of the bench seat and plans to add a more open woven piece on the rectangle below the seat. A tip that Sue learned in class is that when you have a cane woven seat that is sagging badly, set the chair upside down and get a sopping wet towel. Place the towel on the seat so that the cane can absorb the water for 30 minutes or so. Then, let the seat dry. Like magic, the seat will restore to a taut condition.