A while back I purchased a pair of green bell boots for Phantom. (aka, the Show Jumping Warmblood/Cedric) Once I was able to, I ordered a green flybonnet to match:
Since I’ve been sewing a lot lately, I figured it was time to add piece number three to his set of tack, a quilted pad.
I’m not entirely happy with it (or my english tack/pads in general, ha) but for now it’s ok. I’m still experimenting with English saddle pads, and this one gave me a lot of trouble so I’m glad it’s just done. 😉
Here it is under saddle. (I re-stuffed the panels sometime last year so it’s not quite as flat as it was before…)
I’m hoping to make a bridle for him sometime in the future, and maybe another saddle.
But those are projects for another day! 🙂
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He looks very nice! Who did you order the fly bonnet from?
It was also made by Jana Skybova – her work is incredible 🙂
the green is perfect for him 🙂
I know her things too, but I would like to ask you a question… 🙂
How much did it cost? Only nearly, because I live in Germany and would like to order some too ^^
Thanks a lot ❤
I don’t know if she’s taking small orders at the moment, but here is her website if you’d like to try contacting her: http://www.tackbyjana.com/ I’ve seen her post things for sale on MH$P, so you might want to take a look there too 🙂
How did you make those amazing bell boots?
I didn’t – I purchased them from Jana Skybova. She lists them for sale on MH$P every so often. 🙂 They’re really nice and super easy to take on/off!
How much were they? If you are willing to say…
Under $12 if I remember correctly. It’s been a while! 🙂