Published at Thursday, 06 September 2018. Blanket. By Clara Crawford.
We then sew the separate fur pieces together using a specialized sewing machine solely designed for working with furs by sewing the first together. In this way, we guarantee that the stitches will not be visible on the final product. We then moisten the leather in order to make it soft and malleable. The furs are then folded and left for 15 minutes to absorb the moisture. As soon as the leather is soft, we tack the fur to our work table in this step.
The fur takes on its final shape. The fur is then ready for cleaning. We do this in a specially designed, tumbler filled with wood chips and cleaners. All of the loose hairs are removed in this step. Cleaning. The fur in this way guarantees that the final product is as soft and brilliant as possible. This step takes approximately three hours now for the finishing touches to make the blanket even more comfortable. We sew a layer of fleece lining between the fur and the outer layer. The fleece is made of 100 % wool in the final step.
Wolf fur blanket in the first step. The furs are squared and any extraneous fur is removed. The goal of this process is to ensure that the furs are consistent in size and shape. The next step is a thorough examination of each fur piece. Any substandard areas of the fur are carefully removed with a forger's knife. In the next step, we sort the furs according to their size and color. This guarantees that the colors of the final product are consistent.
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