Hey folks, I own a cross fox pelt, it is a personal wallhanger for myself that I do not have any intention of selling at any point. It has about a 1.5 inch diameter hole in the *thin* skin on the underside, right by its hind legs (otherwise mint condition). I am looking to repair it when I get the chance but have a couple questions for those with experience. Thank you in advance for any advice, I greatly appreciate it! My current idea to repair this is flip the pelt partly inside out, sew it together as normal, then reinforce the area by gluing down a small patch of semi-thin, porous fabric over the area. - Would this work? - Will this be stable for many years? - What sort of glue should I use? - What fabric if you know? - I have no intentions of partly mounting, rehydrating, reselling, etc, but what risks should I be aware of if any? I just don't want to wreck the pelt by accident. Thank you so much!