rounding them gradually. After about a quarter of an inch has been woven up the sides, two colored weavers are woven into four rows of double weaving, which are drawn in slightly toward the top; three rows of under-and-over weaving in No. 2 rattan are also slightly drawn in, and then the top is bound off and finished with this border. Each spoke is brought back of the next one on the right, in front of the next, back of the next and then out, taking special care to leave the first spokes loose so that the last ones can be easily woven in. They are then cut slanting just long enough to allow each to lie across the spoke in front of it.