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Unicorn Free Crochet Pattern – Link

Unicorn Free Crochet Pattern – Link. I’ve been in a very unusual girly, cute mood these past few days.  For anyone that knows me this is definitely a rare occurrence! So to make the most of it I crocheted this cute little cuddly unicorn.

This pattern is easy to follow and I had so much fun creating this project. I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

This unicorn makes a lovely addition to my ever increasing little crochet animal family.

This would also make a beautiful gift for someone special to cherish forever.

Unicorn Front
Unicorn Front

Unicorn Free Crochet Pattern – Link

Materials I used on this project:

I used a 3.5mm crochet hook, but you could probably get away with using a 4mm.

The yarn I used is Stylecraft Special DK –

I used approximately 50g of White and small amounts of Candyfloss, Spring Green, Cloud Blue and Black yarn.

The best soft toy filling I have found is from Hobbycraft. It’s usually on offer, so the more you buy the cheaper the price –

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Unicorn Free Crochet Pattern - Free Link
Unicorn Free Crochet Pattern – Free Link – Gallery

Unicorn Free Crochet Pattern – Link:

There are thousands of patterns on Pinterest to choose from. This lovely, easy to follow pattern is from Ravelry and here is the link:

All credit goes to the pattern designer.

Left Side
Left Side

Note: I found that the ears were too big for my liking, so I shortened them slightly by removing a couple of the rows. I then made curly cues for mane and tail.  

If you don’t know how to crochet these adorable curly cues, this link is a great tutorial:

I also made a small bow and attached it to the top of the tail.

Unicorn Back

I hope you have enjoyed creating your very own crochet unicorn.  I would really love to see your creations from this pattern, please share a photo in the comments.

If you need any further guidance please contact me at Beejui Creations.

Check out my other amigurumi patterns –

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