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    Been working on some fur mittens, slippers and throws. Mittens have sheared beaver on the inside. Throw has sheared beaver on one end. Four corner hides are dyed very dark brown.
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    Eastern red fox and silver fox. Coyote.

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    Awesome! I have been wanting to do a throw with some of the hides I have laying around. Does the beaver throw have a backing on it?

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    Yes, they all have backings.

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    What are you using for backing?

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    I like fleece backing the best. It's soft, lasts a long time and its about the only thing that won't slid off the couch or bed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FullCryHounds View Post
    I like fleece backing the best. It's soft, lasts a long time and its about the only thing that won't slid off the couch or bed.
    How are you attaching the backing to the fur?

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    Sewing it.

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