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Re: [RC] Modifying a Wool Pad - Ericka Nelson

you can always draw your design on a piece of scrap matereial first.  and cut that out and see if it is really what you are looking for.
then you could cut your wool pad and take it to a saddle maker who has the right size machine for the job.
but, personally, i like my saddle pad to be a bit on the large size so easy boots and whatever else i have attached to the saddle has some padding for bounce.  i think artie likes it this way, too.
ericka
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Monday, January 17, 2005 12:17 PM
Subject: [RC] Modifying a Wool Pad

I was wondering if any of you have tried modifying a too-big wool pad yourselves? I am looking for a little advice before attempting to cut it up. I don't have a machine that can handle its thickness, so I most likely will sew anything there is to sew by hand. Its an all-purpose pad, but its really big and sticks out alot all around. I have two so if I scrap one, I still have the other. :)But I'd like to avoid that. It is real wool and has wool on both sides.
Help!
 
Lysane



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