Crocheted Unicorn
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Crocheted Unicorn Introduction
Crochet Unicorn
Assemble Unicorn
Have you ever dreamed of having a unicorn pal? Now you can create your very own magical pet. Crochet designer Twinkie Chan shows you how to make your unicorn with simple crochet stitches, then how to assemble it by stuffing and whipstitching the pieces together. Finally, you will use a simple latch-hook method to add a colorful mane and tail.
Here’s what you’ll need:
  • Lion Brand Vanna’s Choice 3.5oz/100g (each approx. 170yds/156m) 100% Acrylic in #100 White (approx. 60 yards needed) and #158 Mustard (approx. 6 yards needed)
  • Lion Brand Vanna’s Glamour 1.75oz/50g (each approx. 202yds/185m) 96% Acrylic, 4% Metallic Polyester in #171 Gold (approx. 2 yards needed)
  • Approx. 2 yards each of worsted weight yarn in rainbow colors (Twinkie used Red Heart Super Saver in Perfect Pink, Pumpkin, Bright Yellow, Spring Green, and Turquoise)
  • Two 6mm black safety eyes
  • G6/4.00mm and H8/5.00mm crochet hooks
  • Scissors
  • Tapestry needle
  • Straight pins
  • Stitch marker (Twinkie uses an 8” scrap of contrasting yarn)
  • Polyester stuffing
  • Small wooden stick, wooden chopstick, or unsharpened pencil to help with stuffing (sometimes one is included in a bag of stuffing)
  • PDF pattern
Learn how to:
  • Work in the round with magic circle
  • Single crochet
  • Half double crochet
  • Invisible decease
  • Slip stitch
  • Add safety eyes
  • Embroider facial details
  • Stuff unicorn
  • Add mane and tail with latch-hook method
  • Assemble unicorn with whipstitch
What You’ll Get:
  • Step-by-Step instructions from Twinkie Chan showing you how to crochet her Unicorn pattern
  • 7 HD video lessons you can access online anytime, anywhere
  • Detailed supplies list and downloadable PDF Sloth pattern ($8 value)
  • The ability to leave comments, ask questions, and interact with other students

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Class Reviews
120 users recommended this class to a friend
Maryam Rahman
It was amazing so amazing
January 30, 2023
Mary Erhardt
So cute.
More than 3 months ago
Angela Essick Dykes
One of many things I learned from this tutorial is that I stuff my toys too tightly. Eager to make this unicorn for my new granddaughter. Hopefully, the older kids won't throw it around like the other crocheted toys - LLOL Probably that's why I stuff so tightly ;)
More than 3 months ago