Stirrup Covers Pattern + a Giveaway!

Printable Pony Pouch Stirrup Covers

Example of The Printable Pony Pouch Stirrup Covers

We just released a brand new pattern on our store: The Printable Pony’s Stirrup Covers Pattern! This pattern is actually a two-for-one deal and includes two complete patterns for different types of stirrup covers. Both patterns are the perfect way to keep your stirrups neat, tidy and out of the way, as well as protect your saddle from scratches. Of course, they’re customizable so you can use any colors you want for a completely unique look! And since you’re making these covers yourself, you’ll get the finished product for a fraction of the retail price.

Printable Pony Polar Fleece Over the Pommel Stirrup Cover

Example of The Printable Pony Polar Fleece Over the Pommel Stirrup Cover

The instant PDF download includes separate patterns for two different types of English stirrup covers: individual stirrup pouch covers with drawstring or a single over the pommel stirrup cover. I personally use the over the pommel stirrup cover and I love it! It’s easy to use, washes great and I never worry about losing it since it’s a slightly larger single piece. As an added bonus, I actually love this design for lunging as well!

The Printable Pony Black and Teal Quilt Over the Pommel Stirrup Cover

Example of The Printable Pony Quilt Over the Pommel Stirrup Cover

And as a launch bonus, I’m giving away a set of EACH type of stirrup cover! They’re the designs pictured above 🙂 The pouch stirrup covers are a lovely grey and white damask pattern made with polar fleece. One over the pommel covers is made with black quilt with teal trim and the other is a navy and white geometric pattern in polar fleece. Use the Rafflecopter signup below (and make sure to use the arrows to sign up for both options!). The contest will run for one week, ending on Friday, December 1.

Stirrup Covers Giveaway (3 Winners!)

  • Elizabeth
    Posted at 20:37h, 24 November Reply

    I just bought my first pair of stirrup covers this summer (because I could never make them myself!!) But I really love the over the pommel design you have! Maybe I ought to figure out how to run my sewing machine…!!! 😉

    • Elizabeth
      Posted at 20:39h, 24 November Reply

      And PS – where did you get the white saddle pad with teal/brown trim in the top pic?

    • Betty B
      Posted at 00:11h, 25 November Reply

      Done in polar fleece, the over the pommel design is simple enough for any total sewing beginner.

      • Elizabeth
        Posted at 01:26h, 26 November Reply

        Thank you for your vote of confidence, Betty! 🙂 I am definitely a beginner, but I need to get my machine looked at. It doesn’t want to pick up the bobbin thread and when I (kinda sorta) figure it out myself, the front looks fine but the back side is all knotted and messed up.

        • Betty B
          Posted at 18:08h, 01 December Reply

          Yes, definitely a job for a repair shop. A machine tuneup is totally worth it to get things running like new.

  • Cathryn Kozak
    Posted at 00:18h, 25 November Reply

    I’ve always wanted a pair of these!! I’ll need some when I finally get my custom saddle!

  • Alanna
    Posted at 05:47h, 25 November Reply

    I love the over the pommel kind! Such a great idea.

  • Susan
    Posted at 15:00h, 27 November Reply

    I can’t see at all, but this looks like a project I could actually accomplish!

  • Liz
    Posted at 12:34h, 04 December Reply

    Ooohh. Those do look very doable.

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