How to Make a Woven Fence


Woven fencing is an ancient method of enclosing one’s property, and weaving a woven fence is not a difficult task. Let’s take a look at how to make a woven fence.

The construction of such a fence begins with marking out the area. Depending on the thickness of the weaving rods, you choose the spacing for setting the posts (or stakes). Typically, this spacing is around 0.5 meters. The rods are driven into the ground as deeply as possible. The deeper they are in the ground, the stronger the fence will stand. Vertical rods should be placed as close as possible to the sides of the woven fence. They will serve as anchor points for the woven rods.

An excellent way to secure the end rods is to fasten them at the top. You can use any galvanized wire for this purpose. Twist the wire not at the very top but in a way that allows several horizontal rows of rods to be woven over it. This way, the excess wire will be hidden inside the fence.

Before weaving, it’s essential to thoroughly soak the rods so that sap starts circulating within them. This will make them more flexible.

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  1. Carl Allen

    Woven fencing is such a fascinating and timeless technique for property enclosure! I’ve always been intrigued by the way it combines practicality with a touch of traditional craftsmanship. It’s reassuring to know that creating a woven fence isn’t as daunting as it might seem, especially with the helpful guidance on marking out the area and setting the posts at the right spacing. It’s these little details that can truly make a woven fence not just functional but also a beautiful addition to any property. Thanks for sharing this informative guide!