After the success with making the Cute Crochet Unicorn soft toy, I had numerous requests to make a keyring.
I had to make the original version smaller and more durable. So I tweaked the pattern and made it on a smaller hook. I made longer legs so that it looked like it was sitting and stitched them to the body so it gave a more solid piece.
Nothing worse than a keyring accessory that doesn’t stand up to being thrown in a handbag with all that crap …..
I will be making them in other colours, so I will post pictures when they are done.
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 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.
I kept starting it then ripping it all out because it wasn’t turning out how I wanted it. What can I say I’m a perfectionist!
Finally, I conquered it by using a No.4 hook and Cream and Light Blue DK yarn. I also changed the pattern slightly. At the chain 6 and chain 3 points of the pattern I chained 5 and 2 instead. This minimised the gaps between the tiles.
Overall, I really enjoyed this type of crochet …… once I got the hang of it!
My finished piece:
If I decide to make another one I would change the graph and make the hares a bit fatter and round their back ends a bit more. Other than that I love it and I will make it into a tote bag.
I now have another million different ideas running around my head on what to do next in this pattern!
I hope you have enjoyed making your very own C2C Moon Gazing Hares – Crochet Corner to Corner. If you need any further guidance please contact me at Beejui Creations
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This was the first blanket I ever crocheted. So if you are new to crocheting or feel overwhelmed with such a big project, give this a go.
I didn’t follow a pattern. It is just one big granny square. I just kept adding rows in the round until the yarn ran out, then I would add a different colour in. I used approximately 600g of DK wool and a No.4 hook on this project.