<name>, you have learned all I am able to teach you. There is, however, one remaining pattern for Wild Leather armor. I will not require you to toil needlessly for this; you've earned it outright, and then some. This pattern, however, is one that I cannot freely share with you.
My teacher, the one who brought me into the craft, is the one who must reward you. Take this note to Una; she teaches leatherworking in Thunder Bluff. Show her the letter, and let her acknowledge you as an equal, as I do.
Greetings, <race>... from your countenance I can tell you are a leatherworker as am I. Have you come to draw from my skills, or perhaps you have other business with me?
Ah yes, Jangdor sent you. I am pleased to see that one of my finest students now has a student of his own.
His dedication and his talents with leather are impressive. For him to compliment you so in this letter, it is a sign of respect I acknowledge.
I am aware that he has taught you the art of Wild Leather. Allow me to finish your training with this pattern. Make good use of it; few in the world know the secrets of Wild Leather cloaks.