You will need your (2) horse boot pads (for template), waterproof marker, large kitchen or utility scissors, and (1) old no-bows horse leg bandage wrap.
Put the boot pads back on to the cutouts to check size and shape. Trim any uneven edges now, before sewing.
Note: The extra white in the lower right of both pads needs trimming.
Use nylon invisible thread or light fishing line for durability and waterproofing. Pin all three layers in place where loose.
If sewing by hand, whip-stich around the outside edge, joining up the upper and outer factory sewn edges of the no-bows.
If sewing by machine, set to a stitch similar to 07 in the photo. It is a secure edging stitch. Do some trial runs on the remnants to adjust length and width of your stitch. I moved my setting to 2.0 length but kept the 5.0 width setting.
Start by joining the factory stitching to your new stitches and keeping all three layers pulled together. Stitch your way all around the pad. This is where the pinning helps.
Inspect both sides to make sure you sewed edges all the way through. Re-sew where edges not covered by stitches. Trim any excess outside of the stitching. The end result will look something like the photo.
Care of pads
If your hoof boot is approved for 24/7 use, these wicking pads will last 2-3 days.
In other boots, you can rotate them daily top/bottom and flip them (then top/bottom again) to get 4 days use out of them.
They can be brushed off, hosed off and left to air dry or washed and dried in a machine.
Enjoy this little labor-saving device you made yourself!