Well, I was going to wait until tomorrow, but I finished it up a bit ahead of schedule! (Two posts in one day, whoa!) I have just released the pattern that I have designed for fly bonnets (fly veils) for horses. The pattern contains sizing for the standard horse and warmblood size, but also includes… Continue reading Pattern: Fly Bonnets
I had the wonderful opportunity to bring my friend (who introduced me to my husband and was my Maid of Honour) to the barn where I am keeping Ridley. We also managed to have it during one of our sessions with Tom! (see Ridley – an introduction for more info re: Tom) Mainly because I… Continue reading Ridley vs. The Tarp
So it is officially spring. The birds are singing, the flowers are blooming, the… oh who am I kidding, this is Canada. We still may have snow coming and they are calling for freezing rain tonight. I am feeling the inspiration of spring though, it is a time of renewal, beginnings and new growth! You… Continue reading Knit (Crochet) ALL of the things
After my experience with making a sweater to match the unique shape of the dachshund, it got me to thinking. All of us canine aficionados feel that dogs are people too, but really, they come in all different shapes and sizes, just like people do. I do need to stress that it is really important… Continue reading Match the Sweater to the Breed
I realized today that I haven’t really blogged about one of my favourite things to talk about, Ridley. Ridley is a 10 year old 16.3-17.0 hh (just try to measure him…) Oldenburg gelding with a very high opinion of himself. I suspect that he would have a completely different take about what I tell you,… Continue reading Ridley – an introduction
What exactly is a hexipuff you might ask? Well, it is a tiny little knitted pouch in the shape of a hexagon, designed to be stuffed with a little fiberfill, making it into a little hexagon shaped puff. They are ultimately designed to be connected into a blanket and is a great way to use up… Continue reading Hexipuffs?