Friday, October 22, 2010

Whew...

I'm tired!  I'd forgotten how exhausting it is to have a baby in the house.  It's a good thing she's cute!

Here's a look at what I've been working on in between all the puppy stuff:
Usually I can make a racing set in a day, but this one is at three days and counting.  Oh well.  Like I said before, she is cute!

12 comments:

  1. Is that elastic pre-colored or did you do it?

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  2. Oh, I like that. I need to make a racing set at some point for my horses. I saw a picture the other day of a racing bridle that was green. I'd never seen a racing bridle that way, just other bridles.

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  3. Ooh, you should make a set just like that... put purple. NEON purple. (Sorry, I'm a purple fanatic. And blue. And silver. And orange. And red. And... everything else.)
    ~MunciEquestrain~

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  4. Those girths look great. Yep, I want to know where you found colored elastic too!

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  5. Do I know who this is for? I think so.. :-)

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  6. Yah, I'm with Jane ;)

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  7. Ha! I know this comes as a big surprise but this set is NOT for Tiffany. Occasionally other people order pink tack, too. :)

    I wasn't able to find elastic in anything other than black or white, so this is simply white elastic dyed with rit dye. It turned out pretty, didn't it?

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  8. YAY! IT'S FOR MEEEE!

    Jennifer I love it, how adorable!!

    And yeah, I can be a sucker for the pink as well... especially when paired with brown! Pink loves brown.

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  9. Beautiful Set and a very nice color!

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  10. where did you find the material for the girth?

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  11. I found both the elastic and the dye I used to turn in pink at Hobby Lobby. I'm sure I could have found it at any craft or fabric store, though.

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  12. In reference to that pink style you might enjoy these pictures (from a german forum, scroll down a bit) http://forum.nehmer.net/modellpferde/viewtopic.php?t=4458&postdays=0&postorder=asc&start=300

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