Horse Ears Pattern

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Does anyone know a good, easy pattern to make horse ears? I'm thinking of making one to put on a headband or on small snap clips. Every time I go googling for a pattern I can't find anything except sites marked as "might harm your computer", please help.

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Smart.

You can try this.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KhqHco9EkoM

They remind me of wolf ears. You may be able to find slightly bendable piece of plastic and just put a fur cover on them.

A milk jug top corners is almost that shape.

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