I'm working on a project where I needed some case skinned hides. I had a seller reach out to me and said he had dorsal skinned hides. I don't mind dorsal skinned because it's an easy stitch up the spine. However, the past few times I've purchased 'dorsal skinned' hides from sellers on here, they were skinned up the belly. Now, I don't mean to be a stickler about terminology, but I'm a noob here and rug cut skinned hides are a pain in the ass for me to sew up since I really have a hard time seeing what I'm looking at. I've had 3 hides that were advertised as 'dorsal skinned' but they were skinned up the belly. Dorsal refers to the back (spine) of the body, while ventral refers to the front (belly) but every time I buy a 'dorsal cut' hide it's skinned up the belly. So, what is dorsal skinned? Is that when you skin up the spine, or is it rug cut where it is skinned up the belly? p.s., if anyone has a tutorial on how to sew up a rug-cut fox, that would be amazing because I've been staring at this fox for the past 2 hours and have failed multiple times to sew it up.