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Thread: My latest project (it's not a quilt....LOL) but you can still look

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    Super Member Chasing Hawk's Avatar
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    I made these Gaiters for my husband. The bottoms of jeans were always getting soaked from the snow and rain. I found the pattern online from a store in Corvalis, Oregon. They were easy to make, but it still took about two weeks....LOL But if I would have stayed on them it probably would have only taken a day or two to complete.

    It is a waterproof shell with a canvas lining which I plan on spraying some waterproofing on them later today.

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    Nice work! Gators are a MUST in wet weather, and these look great. What company did you get the pattern from?

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    OMG! Those are awesome.

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    Great job.. :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Super Member Chasing Hawk's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by azwendyg
    Nice work! Gators are a MUST in wet weather, and these look great. What company did you get the pattern from?
    http://www.rockywoods.com/Patterns/C...ewing-Patterns

    Green Pepper has a pattern too:

    http://www.seattlefabrics.com/green....P301%20Gaiters

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    Well, I never seen anything like that before. Very interesting.

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    Those are great! My husband would love those!

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    interesting. never saw anything like that before. must be useful where you have snow : )

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    Those are awesome!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmyers
    Those are great! My husband would love those!
    Yep so would mine you did a great job. I bet your husband was thrilled with them

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