Give your next project an authentic western look by adding rawhide accents. Used for centuries in both functional and decorative projects, rawhide is great for braiding, lacing and more. In its natural form it is strong and very hard to bend. You’ll need to wet it until it is soft and pliable enough to work with. When rawhide dries, it returns to its hard natural state retaining the shape you wet formed it into for years of beauty and performance.
- Firm, strong and durable, rawhide will stay in any shape you wet form it into
- Soak in water to make it soft and pliable for use in a variety of projects
- Available natural or bleached for a white color
- Some may have brands or butcher cuts
Rawhide has only been dehaired and limed, but it has not been tanned. Our rawhide comes from our friends at Chahin Tannery and is available in your choice of natural or bleached that offers a more uniform appearance.
|Average square feet||13-15 (Double Shoulders); 20 (Sides)|
|Approximate width||25"-29" (Double Shoulders); 30"-36" (Sides)|
|Approximate length||55"-60" (Double Shoulders); 85"-100" (Sides)|
|Grade||Tannery Run (TR)|
|Available cut||Double Shoulder, Side|
|Priced||Per double shoulder or side based on average square feet|
Ideal for braiding, lacing, drum heads, saddle horn wraps, covered stirrups, braided whips, shields and lampshades