Depending on the roll of tape, you may need to splice two of the ends together. This is easy enough to do. Just make sure the splice is on the back (or bottom) layer.
The traditional way to splice tape is with a needle and thread, see left photo. But for the rocker, I used a five-minute epoxy, see right photo.
If you need to splice the tape ■Vr (see page 19), cut it so the end will be hidden beneath a warp piece.
9 Stop occasionally to push the rows together, making sure those in front of the chair are straight.
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