Crafty gifts for horsey folks: Hand-tooled leather spur straps

Patty Potvin, an equestrian from Kewaskum, Wisconsin, does intricate hand tooling and hand stitching in leather to produce one-of-a-kind gifts for horse lovers. All items are sold through her own company, Sandy Ridge Leather.

Here’s one of my personal favorites, a pair of lovely black Western spur straps. Aren’t they pretty?

Of course, Western spur straps must also come in brown, right? Take a look.

Both sets, created as custom designs, were priced at $25. Additional pairs may be made to order, along with cell phone cases, checkbook covers, guitar straps, photo albums, and many other hand-tooled leather items.

Catch a glimpse of this pretty floral headstall. What lovely handiwork. 

And what equestrian doesn't adore well-made leather tack and horse gifts?

To order:
Email: srleatherwork@gmail.com

Hey, equine enthusiasts! Do you need a few creative and unique holiday gifts for the horse lovers on Santa’s shopping list? The Mane Point offers a special series this month, highlighting cool crafts by and for equestrians. Bookmark this site, as you will likely want to return often. Don’t miss these fabulous homemade holiday gifts.

Crafter’s promotional photos
Used by permission.
Crafty Gifts for Horsey Folks –
Title image/logo
Adapted by The Mane Point
From Vintage artwork

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