Stitching Pony

One recent day, I realized I wanted a pony. So, I made one.

I know, I ruined the joke with the post title. Findability beats out humor, I guess.

This is just a few layers of Baltic birch ply, a couple tiny pieces of medium PG leather and, an inexpensive cam clamp. It’s a little rough looking but, it works great. I am open to suggestions for improvement.

For a lot of people here, this can probably be made with scraps on-hand plus the cam clamp and, it might be useful for a fair number of folks. So, here is the Glowforge-optimized cut file, shared under the usual personal-use agreement:

EvermoreStudio_StitichingPony-GF.svg.zip (26.8 KB)

You can get the cam clamp from Amazon.

Post pics and experiences here, if you make one.

I am making videos of a lot of stuff I do these days for fun and practice. If you want to watch me make this, it’s up on YouTube:

All this, more photos and, resource links you don’t need are on my personal projects site.

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Oh, nice, I’ve been wanting to make one, but keep being too lazy to figure out a pattern for myself. :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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If I didn’t already have one, I’d be all over this! Yours is nicer—I especially like the built in clamp. Thanks!

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This looks great. When I first got my GF and tried some leather, I bought one-I like this one better!

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Thanks much!

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Oh, nice! thanks for the share. I know where I’m going to get my cams…from my racing bike. They say, “Campagnolo”. (wheel quick releases)

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This is great, thank you for sharing, I just got some leather and was facing the prospect of learning to sew it without one of these, now I can make one :slight_smile:

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Didn’t know what a stitching pony was, but I was definitely intrigued by the title of the post… good thing you also posted a video of what it’s for and how to use it. Great video too. I learned something new today!

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