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Coil springs are secured onto jute webbing, rails or onto a wooden base.
Use a large curved needle for sewing jute webbing.
Also known as sinuous, serpentine or no-sag springs.
These are installed onto a frame with spring clips. The spring is usually longer than the width of your frame so it has a crown/arch.
These are often found on mid century chairs.
The springs are approx 10% smaller that the frame span so that the spring stretches across.
For a loose seat (ie: you have loose cushion seating), cover the springs with quilted lining.