Harses, harses, harses, harses

My horses are all done. Just in time too, they’re setting off tomorrow on their trip to Utah where they will find new and loving homes.
Unfortunately I didn’t get them done until after dark which made for less than ideal photo circumstances. Sorry for the dark/flashiness here folks.

As far as unicorns go, I decided to go with the tan/gold yarn because I already had it, and it’s what i really liked the best.

They’ll be at a Salt Lake area boutique next weekend. If you’ll be in the area and want the details, I’ll be happy to give them to you.

7 Responses to Harses, harses, harses, harses

  1. Oh, am I ever embarrassed about my, match the tail comment.
    Now my hobby horse ignorance it out there for all to see.
    Those turned out very nice!
    Great title for your post too, now that song is playing in my head.

  2. Hi there! I L-O-V-E your blog!!! I stumbled on it while looking for a hobby horse pattern. I found a nice picture of one and the person said she got it from your website. I came over and got hooked! Anyhoo, I was hoping you might be able to share with me a little more about the pattern for your hobby horse. I am planning a cowgirl birthday party for my daughter and this would be perfect. Thanks in advance!!! Audrea. audrea7777@yahoo.com

  3. Oh my goodness!

    These horses are GREAT!

    My daughter has asked for a “stick horse” (a friend of hers has one) so I Googled and found a link to you through another site.

    I would LOVE some additional info on how to make one if you're willing to share.

    by.design@shaw.ca

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