Horsey crafts :) saddles pads and covers. Opinions needed !
So once my life calms down a little more in the next month or so i want to get back into sewing. I was thinking of different horse themed items i could make and have been starting patterns for saddle pads and pad covers. Is this something people would be interested in? i know sometimes its hard to find just that perfect pad. Im a very skilled seamstress and if anyone can think of anything thing else that could be mad let me know:)
I really can't think of anything right off the top of my head, but I would love to see some of the stuff you've done before. I admire people who can sew well. I find it very taxing, and mostly sew by hand, if at all.
I guess I'm not sure exactly what you're talking about. Custom made saddle pads/covers, or embroidery? Or something else?
Yes custom saddle pads and covers.
Covers are just like... well slip covers that go over your usual pad to change things up a bit, I know i have personally had problems finding that pad that matched just what i was looking for. I can offer them in just about anything you can think of.
Im probably going to start with English all purpose and Dressage pads.
Im thinking with western pad i will just stick with covers.
Also thinking along the lines of matching polo wraps and eventually tack bags.
I see this thread is a little old... did you ever start making stuff? I always thought there'd be a huge market for matching horse gear, and blankets and rugs with more interesting designs.
I think saddle covers! I am always looking for a good dust cover for my saddle in cool patterns that isn't super pricey! Maybe helmet covers?
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Do you think you could do costume like themes? Things like barding, rump breaching, reins, things of that sort? Indie and I are going to be working on our jousting/horseback archery this year and I'd be pretty darn interested if I found someone who made those sorts of costumes!
My sister and I spent two days on that, and it still looks horrible :lol: So really, if you end up being able to sew costumes (that can take a bit of a beating) then I'd be super interested.
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