I’ve been making “nylon” bridles this week.
Two black ones were made for an order, with the idea that they could be worn by different models and not need any sticky wax to keep the bit in place. I’m pleased with how they turned out and I hope the new owner is too. 🙂
This halter/bridle combo I made for my Roxy:
I’ve wanted to make one of these for a long time. (like usual) I used a Chevron braid for the reins… unfortunately they’re a bit twisted but I really like the look.
Roxy’s forelock gets in the way but oh well, that can’t really be helped. 😛
Also, look what I found at Staples the other day!
Yes I’m weird… getting all excited over mini plastic boxes… but but but! They’re cute! And only a buck each. I’ll find a use for them. 😉
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Nichelle, could you make me a reins for a traditional size Breyer, in tan nylon? I bought a western bridle but it has no reins. I like the ones you have on the black bridle best but the braided ones are nice if you have to do those in tan and white. Let me know what you would charge.
Peggy atCopperearth Creations
Hi Peggy – emailing you now! 🙂
Those boxes are fantastic foir storing tack in, I have a couple at home that I found awhile ago. I got pretty excited when I found them too haha
The bridles look really nice! 🙂 I myself have used little bitty boxes for tack material. They are fantastic!
Little boxes like that get me excited too!