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Old 12-31-2012, 11:00 AM
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Default potentially a lifetime supply of dubbing for about $30

was dragged kicking and screaming to ikea the other day by my better half, and between tears and sniffles, i was saw this fella

Natural sheepskin for $30, some time and some dyes, you could cut it into pieces, dye it and then shave the pieces (or leave them in tact)

Anyone tried it?
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Never tried it myself but why not? I use alot of sheep's fleece and ram's wool for dubbing on wets. I think you could be onto something!
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I have not tried it. It wouldn't last me a life time though. I wonder what kind of sheep that is? I like to mix up my own dubbing.
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