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Thread: need foldy stuff tutorial

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    Junior Member bmanley's Avatar
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    I ordered Donna Poster's pineapple foldy stuff several years ago and I cannot find the instructions for it. Do any of you have a tutorial for this. I didn't know if anyone on here had a tutorial for that or not. Thank you so much.

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    Check her website maybe?

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    It has a phone number to call her and I guess I will have to do that. I am so mad at myself for not having the rest of her instructions. I don't remember the size to cut my strips. Thank you anyway.

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    Wow. I would love to see a tutorial on this.

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    OOOOO! Are you a driver, too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kso
    OOOOO! Are you a driver, too?
    Yes, new at it. Have a standard bred. Have fun with him.

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    Yay two other drivers! Just started my grade to cart!

    Cheryl

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctub0126
    Yay two other drivers! Just started my grade to cart!

    Cheryl
    We adopted this horse last year. He used to race mostly in Cananda. He is 14 but looks much younger and spoiled rotten. :D

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    IF we don't spoil them rotten who will? :) You said you were new to this, how squeaky are you? If your horse is off the track we know it's old hat for him.

    My girls are spoiled rotten too:evil: . It just means they come to me when they break the fence :roll: .

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    We showed Tennessee walking horses for years, then my husband had a serious health problem, sold our horses, then after he got better he missed having a horse. He cannot ride them anymore (we are old) but we found out about this adoption and were so lucky to get "Chris". We had never done this before except for work horses and mules years ago. We had an Amish friend check him out to make sure when we started driving him that we would not be in the next town in 2 minutes or less. LOL. He is such a gentlemen.

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