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    Default Shadbelly Pattern?

    Does anybody know where you can get a children's shadbelly pattern? Thanks!



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    I don't, but unless you are making one in a completely unheard of color, wouldn't it be cheaper to buy used? Fabrics gotta be expensive...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alterrain View Post
    I don't, but unless you are making one in a completely unheard of color, wouldn't it be cheaper to buy used? Fabrics gotta be expensive...
    No, its cheaper to make them, and you can really make them fit, and put whatever lining you want in them.

    Suitability makes them and they go pretty small.



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    Quote Originally Posted by skrgirl View Post
    No, its cheaper to make them, and you can really make them fit, and put whatever lining you want in them.

    Suitability makes them and they go pretty small.
    My mom wants to make a shadbelly for my sister she is confused as to whether it (http://www.suitability.com/ProductDe...oductCode=5018) is a dressage shadbelly, a hunter shadbelly, or both? Did your size match the pattern size? thanks!



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    As far as I know, the only difference is that dressage shads have weighted/ leather-lined tails, and gold buttons. Since you are making it yourself, you could just not put the weights in, use a super cute lining and regular buttons.

    Good luck!
    When the boogeyman goes to sleep, he checks the closet for George Morris. -mpsbarnmanager



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    Alterrain As far as I know, the only difference is that dressage shads have weighted/ leather-lined tails, and gold buttons. Since you are making it yourself, you could just not put the weights in, use a super cute lining and regular buttons.
    Thanks so much we will give it a try.



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