How to Patch a Metallic Cowhide Rug
Metallic cowhide rug – Most of cowhide, have irregular shapes and patterns as they follow the natural shape of the animal. If your cowhide rug has a worn spot, stain, holes or burn, it can be repaired. Cut a small piece of skin from one edge that closely matches the area you want to replace. Use a utility knife on a hard surface and cutting all the way through the backing. If you cannot spare a piece from the edge, to buy a new piece of cowhide manufacturer of carpet that are of the same type and color to hide on the carpet you have.
How to patch a metallic cowhide rug; place a board over the damaged area of the carpet. Cut out the damaged site in a square, making sure to cut through the substrate attached to the hide. Set the square that you have cut on top of a matching piece of cowhide. Hides has a grain, or the direction that the hairs running in. Add the new piece on a length of carpet backing. Cut the backing around the square, leaving a 1-inch border backing along each edge of the square.
Apply fabric glue to the back of the patch. Press it firmly on the ground, and leave it for an hour or two to dry completely. Applying fabric glue on the top side of the base fabric boundary. Place the patch the cut-out area, and adjust it to fit. Lightweight top of the mat over the patch until it is dry. Flip metallic cowhide rug over and sew the edges of the substrate to the mat with a curved stuffing needle and thread. Be sure to use a thimble on your finger that you use to push the needle through the tough fabric.