THERE ARE HUNDREDS OF USES FOR THE SHEEPSKIN SCRAPS:
We have customers who have used the sheepskin pieces for art supplies & craft supplies in Elementary, Middle school art classes, Sunday & Vacation Bible Schools, and Summer Camp art classes.
Animals love our sheepskin pieces for the same cushioning comfort! We've had owners of Monkey's, Ferrets, Cats, and Dogs share cute stories with us about how much their beloved companions loved to sleep on their pet bed pads, or play with the sheepskin pieces. Animals seem to sense it is real and natural and love our sheepskin!
For a sewing person, these craft pieces could be sewn together to make one fantastic bed pad, quilt, quilting materials, quilting fabric, or a very necessary arm chair cover.
Leather workers, and horse owners LOVE how thoroughly sheepskin cleans their saddles and applies stains to their leather projects, or line a FLY-Tie or GUN case. CRAFTS PERSONS use it to apply stains and paints or buff projects to a deep luster!
The flexibility of real sheepskin is impressive! It can be cut into shapes with a razor knife or scissors. You can sculpt a 3 dimensional heart or any shape out of it's wool fibers. It can be hand or machine sewn, glued, stapled, the wool fibers trimmed off and spun to make yarn, pounded to make felt, or shaved to expose the leather.
Please read the following FREE HOW-TO INSTRUCTIONS: As you put up the wall boards, drop the sheepskin pieces down inside and evenly tamp with a long stick to distribute around wires and fill gaps. Or, you can staple plastic vapor barrier across the 2 x 4's and tamp-in the wool pieces - then put up your wall boards. Use this safe, non-irritating sheep's wool to line the inside of standard plaster boards, metal, tin, wood slats, wood ship-lap, tongue-in-groove boards, cement boards, drywall, etc. Some customers have blown the sheepskin in using the proper blower equipment.