Chaps

Cowboy Chap Pattern #2

**Please Note that this pattern must be printed on 36 inch by 42 inch paper** If you interested in printing this pattern you should be able to go to a office store like Kinko's or Office Depot where they have a large format printer. You can save the pattern to some kind of usb storage device where they can open it and print it. As with all my pattern they will need to select no scaling when printing. I have included a 1 inch scale mark on the pattern so you can check that it was printed to the correct scale.

Chink Pattern #2

**Please Note that this pattern must be printed on 36 inch by 42 inch paper** If you interested in printing this pattern you should be able to go to a office store like Kinko's or Office Depot where they have a large format printer. You can save the pattern to some kind of usb storage device where they can open it and print it. As with all my pattern they will need to select no scaling when printing. I have included a 1 inch scale mark on the pattern so you can check that it was printed to the correct scale.

Chink Pattern #1

**Please Note that this pattern must be printed on 36 inch by 42 inch paper** If you interested in printing this pattern you should be able to go to a office store like Kinko's or Office Depot where they have a large format printer. You can save the pattern to some kind of usb storage device where they can open it and print it. As with all my pattern they will need to select no scaling when printing. I have included a 1 inch scale mark on the pattern so you can check that it was printed to the correct scale.

Cowboy Chap Pattern #1

**Please Note that this pattern must be printed on 36 inch by 42 inch paper** If you interested in printing this pattern you should be able to go to a office store like Kinko's or Office Depot where they have a large format printer. You can save the pattern to some kind of usb storage device where they can open it and print it. As with all my pattern they will need to select no scaling when printing. I have included a 1 inch scale mark on the pattern so you can check that it was printed to the correct scale.

24 Oct 2013
Submitted by Cowboy Crafts LLC.
Chap Measurement Guide

Before you can make a new pair of Chaps or Chinks you must get the proper measurements. I have created a guide that I have used and have sent off to customers so they could measure themselves. Please read through it before starting.