Usually, after a few hours, the skin will be dry to the touch and ready to turn. You don't want to let it dry too much, or you will not be able to turn the hide. Crumple the hide up like a newspaper to soften it to prevent tears. To turn the hide, push the head down through the inside of the hide, gradually working it back to fur side out. Then turn the paws right side out, making sure they are fully turned and opened up to dry completely. Finally, put the hide back on the stretcher and tack it out the same way as before, so it can continue to dry. Keep an eye on the hide, and when it's completely dry, usually after a few days, it's ready to go to market.