I'VE GOT TO HAVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
AAARRRGGGHHH!!!!! WHERE CAN I FIND IT?
A search of equilter turned up nothing even remotely similar.
A search of eBay turned up 655 cotton horse fabrics, and also none like this.
Now, I am not a horsey girl. I grew up middle class in the suburbs, and was not in the income level to have regular riding lessons, nor did I have access to any farms or ranches. My only brief experience with horses was the three days I spent at Camp Luella May in 1961 when I was 11. The parents DID pay extra for riding lessons. I pictured myself galloping across the open plains, wind blowing through my hair. Never mind that there are no open plains in southwestern Ohio. The reality was three excruciatingly boring half-hours plodding around a ring with the other girls and horses. After three days I had to be sent home with three separate illnesses (none horse related). So much for the freedom of the open plains--I didn't even make it to the supervised trail ride at the end of the week.
Not only am I not a horsey girl, I pretty much loathe and detest most horsey fabrics. You know the ones. So having to look through 655 of them on eBay was torment. But I did it because I HAVE TO HAVE THIS FABRIC.
Not a horsey girl--but I AM an enthusiast of the Stone Age. See previous post about my Perfect Paleolithic Pants. Not only that, but both of the DDs are going to want something made from this also. I have one measly scrap, 9" x 18".
So, if you can tell me anything about it--who made it, when, where you got it, were there coordinating fabrics or other color ways, etc. I would love to know. If you have some you want to sell, even better. If you have at least two yards of it I would even be willing to trade for a sewing machine (caveat: you pay the postage!).
Because, did I mention I HAVE TO HAVE IT?