Breyer Horse Saddlebag Tutorial
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Breyer Horse Saddlebag Tutorial

August 17, 2019


( music) Hi, this is Hannah from MakeHorseStuff.com. Today, I’m going to show you how to make a saddlebag for your Police Horse and Endurance Horses. You need: Tacky Glue a Craft Knife, Needle nosed pliers Scissors, wire Clippers and a File if your buckles have rough edges a small piece of leather, matching Leather Lace, 3 small oval buckles, 1 hook 1 jumpring File any metal parts if needed Open the jumpring Put it through the eye of the hook. Cut out two ovals from the leather Cut one in half. You’ll need only one of the partial ovals. Cut three small pieces of lace. These will be the two straps that attach the bag to the saddle and the strap that holds the bag closed. Skive the leather straps thinner by shaving off the backside with a craft knife. Put one buckle on each strap Slide the buckle to the middle. Cut and skive a piece of lace long enough to go around the curved edge of the half-oval. Put glue on the edge of the skived piece of lace. Press it against the fuzzy side of the leather oval following the curved shape. When the glue is dry, apply glue to the other edge of the lace and stick the half-oval on top, fuzzy side in. It should look like this. Fold the end of the oval over the half-oval. Glue one of the straps with a buckle on top of the overlap. Fold one end of each of the two remaining straps over the jumpring and glue. Glue the other end of the straps to the back side of the pouch. To attach to a Police Horse or Endurance saddle, attach the hook to one of the rings on the
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  1. A Mounted Officer told me that she carries horse treats and a First-Aid kit in her gelding's Saddlebag

  2. Thanks, I did a talk about horse tack at a large horse show this weekend. During the question and answer time, someone asked if I was from Australia.

  3. Thanks, I did a talk about horse tack at a large horse show this weekend. During the question and answer time, someone asked if I was from Australia.

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