The last couple of evenings I've been quite busy making some new props and pieces of tack for my one-horse Julip stable. If you don't have a lot of ponies, you can at least have a lot of stuff, right?
I did post most of these photos on my little blog, which is worth a look if you want to see more photos or would like to know what other things I'm working on. It's here: wollepluis.bromandcompany.nl.
1. So first of: I made Rin a warm stable rug. It's meant to look a bit worn, which is why I added some 'repairs' to the straps.
2. And with a new blanket comes a new halter and lead rope!
3. I also made her a two new brushes (matching with her blanket). The others are way older, but I decided to write a little tutorial for my blog on how to make them, so that's why I needed to make some extra!
4. And then these very, very, very fancy mikado sticks - ehh: jumping poles!
What's left on my workbench are a two jumping stands waiting to be assembled, another fleecy rug with a decorative tail cord (still have to figure out how to make that work) and a bridle!
Last Edit: Apr 21, 2017 13:28:14 GMT by Wollepluis
I haven't posted anything in a while, but frankly I did make a few new pieces!
Such as... a saddle! Never made anything like this before, but it was fun. I still need to make all the accessories like a girth (I actually made one, but I don't like the look of it), a bridle and a breast plate. I however already made this cute little sheepskin half pad.
And I've been creative again this weekend! Besides making Gloucester a similar halter and lead rope to the one my mare has, I also sew together a winter rug. It doesn't fit Gloucester, so he will get one next!
Well, I actually meant to redecorate one of the wooden trays I use in our home office with new candles and freshly potted plants, but I instead decided to turn it into a paddock where my ponies could hang out whilst I'm busy working. They're taking over my life...
Last Edit: Jul 19, 2017 13:18:02 GMT by Wollepluis