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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 – https://www.hobbycraft.co.uk/soft-toy-filling-200g/630191-1000?_br_psugg_q=soft+toy+stuffing

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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:

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/hope-the-baby-unicorn-amigurumi

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:

https://www.1dogwoof.com/crochet-curly-cue-sampler/

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

Unicorn Back
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.

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Crochet Moon Gazing Hares – C2C

Crochet Moon Gazing Hares – C2C Corner to Corner Crochet Graph and Pattern Link

Crochet Moon Gazing Hares – C2C Crochet Pattern. I really wanted to have a go at corner to corner (C2C) so thought I’d give it a try.

Whilst looking for a design I came across this graph pattern on Pinterest.

It’s called kissing hares, but it reminded me of a moon gazing hare.  Perfect for this time of year as it represents rebirth, resurrection and fertility.

I fell in love with this design, here is the link:

https://pin.it/l3sifoqkz4fivwj

C2C Moon Gazing Hares - Graph
Graph

This graph can be used as a pattern for corner to corner crochet (C2C).  For anyone that’s unsure about how to C2C, I found this great tutorial:

https://makeanddocrew.com/how-to-corner-to-corner-crochet-c2c-for-beginners/

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:

C2C Moon Gazing Hares  - Crochet Corner to Corner
C2C Moon Gazing Hares – Crochet Corner to Corner

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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Shamrock Granny Square Crochet – Pattern Link

Shamrock Granny Square Crochet

Shamrock Granny Square Crochet – Pattern Link. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!. Create this great little project to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on March 17th.

Shamrock Granny Square Crochet - Pattern Link

Here’s a bit of general knowledge about St. Patrick’s Day, if you fancy reading it!

St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated all over the world on the 17th March each year to mark the anniversary of St. Patrick’s death (Patron saint of Ireland). This information was found from www.history.com

St. Patrick’s Day observes of the death of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. The holiday has evolved into a celebration of Irish culture with parades, special foods, music, dancing, drinking and a whole lot of green.

https://www.history.com/topics/st-patricks-day

Want to know 7 surprising facts about St. Patrick’s Day and legends? Check this blog out at http://www.history.com https://www.history.com/news/st-patricks-day-facts

Anyway, enough of the history lesson! Let’s get on with the Shamrock Granny Square Crochet project.

Carrying on with the St. Patrick’s Day theme from a couple of weeks ago where I made the Shamrock Crochet Brooch Pattern – Free Link. I took the inspiration from this to make a solid granny square to celebrate this theme.

Shamrock Granny Square Crochet - Pattern Link
White and Green

For your Shamrock Granny Square Crochet you will need:

4mm crochet hook

DK yarn –

Green – Stylecraft Special DK yarn from Deramores – https://tidd.ly/385q5aU

White – Stylecraft Special DK yarn from Deramores – https://tidd.ly/385q5aU

Darning needle to sew in the loose ends

Shamrock Granny Square Crochet – Pattern Link: http://hooksandyarns.blogspot.co.uk/2011/07/4-heart-square.html?m=1

Shamrock emblem pattern link: https://www.bhookedcrochet.com/2015/02/15/crochet-four-leaf-clover/

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Process

Create your granny square and brooch from the pattern links above.

Attach the four leaf clover brooch to the centre of each granny square and add an extra row around outside edge of granny square.

Make as many as you need and swap the contrasting colours, like I have done. These could be turned into a blanket or table runner, you decide.

I hope you have enjoyed making your very own Shamrock Granny Square Crochet.  If you need any further guidance please contact me at Beejui Creations 

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Crochet Poppy Brooch Pattern – Free Links

Crochet Poppy Brooch Pattern – Free Links. A friend suggested I make a crochet poppy, never one to not accept a challenge, so I did!

Create this great little project to celebrate Remembrance Day on November 11th.

I had a look for different patterns to use, there’s loads out there!

Crochet Poppy Brooch Pattern
Crochet Poppy Brooch Pattern

For your Crochet Poppy Brooch Pattern you will need:

4mm crochet hook

DK yarn –

Darning needle to sew in the loose ends

Brooch clasp

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These are a couple of free patterns I found but I prefer the more natural looking flowers, so I used the pattern for the poppy from the headband.  Link below:

https://kirstenhollowaydesigns.com/2017/08/poppy-flower-free-crochet-headband-pattern.html/amp

I switched the yellow yarn for black (no yellow yarn in my bag of tricks!).

Process

Create your brooch from the poppy pattern link above.

Tidy brooch up by sewing in the loose ends and attach the brooch clasp to the back of the crocheted poppy.

Crochet Poppy Brooch
Crochet Poppy Brooch

It crocheted up quite quickly and I loved the leaf design.  The pattern was quite easy to follow too.

These could be turned into brooches, button holes, handbag and hair accessories or added to blankets, scarves, cushions …. endless ideas!

Next time I might try adding a black button or bead in the middle.

I hope you have enjoyed making your very own Poppy Crochet Brooch.  If you need any further guidance please contact me at Beejui Creations 

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Shamrock Crochet Brooch Pattern – Free Link

Shamrock Crochet Brooch Pattern

Shamrock Crochet Brooch Pattern – Free Link. Happy St. Patrick’s Day. Create this great little project to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day on March 17th.

Shamrock Crochet Brooch Pattern - Free Link

Here’s a bit of general knowledge about St. Patrick’s Day, if you fancy reading it!

St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated all over the world on the 17th March each year to mark the anniversary of St. Patrick’s death (Patron saint of Ireland). This information was found from www.history.com

St. Patrick’s Day observes of the death of St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. The holiday has evolved into a celebration of Irish culture with parades, special foods, music, dancing, drinking and a whole lot of green.

https://www.history.com/topics/st-patricks-day

Want to know 7 surprising facts about St. Patrick’s Day and legends? Check this blog out at http://www.history.com https://www.history.com/news/st-patricks-day-facts

Anyway, enough of the history lesson! Let’s get on with the Shamrock Crochet Brooch Pattern project.

For your Shamrock Crochet Brooch Pattern you will need:

4mm crochet hook

DK yarn –

Green – Stylecraft Special DK yarn from Deramores – https://tidd.ly/385q5aU

Darning needle to sew in the loose ends

Brooch clasp

Shamrock emblem pattern link: https://www.bhookedcrochet.com/2015/02/15/crochet-four-leaf-clover/

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Process

Create your brooch from the pattern link above.

Tidy brooch up by sewing in the loose ends and attach the brooch clasp to the back of the crocheted shamrock.

These can be worn as they are or sewn onto a blanket or a table runner. Or make the Shamrock Granny Square Crochet like these https://wordpress.com/post/beejuicreations.com/80

I hope you have enjoyed making your very own Shamrock Crochet Brooch.  If you need any further guidance please contact me at Beejui Creations 

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