Amigurumi Cute Unicorn Free Crochet Pattern

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Legend:

SC – single crochet

HDC – half crochet

SL-ST – connecting column

CH – air loop

CHH – lift loop

İNC – inc

DEC – decrease

UNICORN STAR

MATERIALS 2

acrylic yarn, pink / blue, white / cream

a small amount of black, white and

green / blue for the eyes

thread of gold color for horn

2.25mm, 2mm hooks

filler

stitching needle

Scissors

Sewing pins

Marker

USEFUL TIPS

I used the hook of the smaller

size than recommended for

my yarn to keep the loops

dense, therefore, whatever

you have not decided to use the yarn,

select hook size

accordingly.

Neck, body and legs are tied as one

whole, so make sure you

stuffed this part tightly.

Cut off the creamy yarn 15 cm long before starting.Leave aside for

use later.

LEGS (do four)

Using pink yarn

1st row: 6 sc in magic ring (6)

Row 2: 6inc (12)

Row 3: (sc, inc) x6 (18)

Row 4: sc, (inc, sc 2) x5, inc, sc (24)

Row 5: (sc 3, inc) x6 (30)

Row 6: (behind the front wall of the loop) sc (30)

Row 7 – 10: (30) (4 rows)

Change yarn to cream on the last row of row 10.

Row 11 – 14: (30) (4 rows)

Row 15: (sc 3, dec) x6 (24)

Row 16 – 21: sc (24) (6 rows)

Row 22: sc (dec, sc 2) x5, dec, sc (18)

Row 23 – 28: sc (18) (6 rows)

Finish with sl-st and secure. Don’t cut the thread on the fourth leg

Next, we knit the body,

Row 29: (starting at 4th leg) 8ch attach to second leg sc, 11 sc leg, 4ch attach to third leg sc, 11 11sc leg, 8ch attach to fourth leg sc, 11 sc leg , 4ch Make sure your ch chains between your legs are not twisted.

Go back 12 sc on the leg you started with (mark the twelfth sc with a marker), sc in the marked loop, 11 sc down the leg (72)

Row 30: sc on first ch, behind back of stitch (place marker here), sc on leg and ch (using inner sts only) (72)

Row 31 – 37: sc (72) (7 rows)

Row 38: sc 50, dec, sc 14, dec, sc 4 ​​(70)

Row 39: sc 17, (dec, sc 4) x2, dec, sc 39 (67)

Row 40: sc47, dec, sc 12, dec, sc 4 ​​(65)

Row 41: sc 18, (dec, sc 3) x2, dec, sc 35 (62)

Row 42: sc44, dec, sc 10, dec, sc 4 ​​(60)

Row 43: sc 16, (dec, sc 2) x2, dec, sc 19, dec, sc 8, dec, sc 3 (55)

Row 44: sc 16, (dec, sc) x2, dec, sc 18, dec, sc 6, dec, sc 3 (50)

Row 45: sc 15, dec x4, sc 16, dec, sc 5, dec, sc 2 (44)

count 8 sc in sequence and place a marker, count another 19 sc and

place a marker (see image).

Using 15cm to the cream thread you set aside; sew back

part of the body starting at marked sc.

Secure the thread, pull it out for further sewing.

Next, we knit the neck.

Row 46: sc (24)

Using the thread you left behind; close the gap at the back of the neck.

Secure with a double knot inside the body.

Row 47 – 49: SC 3, HDC 8, SC 13 (24) (3 rows)

Row 50 – 52: sc 4, HDC 8, SC 12 (24) (3 rows)

Finish off with sl-st and secure, leaving a long tail for the head to sew.

STOMACH

Using creamy yarn and leaving a long tail; attach with

using sc to the first loop of 8ch (see image).

1 row: 7sc along the chain (8)

Row 2 – 3: ch 1, turn, sc 8 (8) (2 rows)

Row 4: ch 4, twist, sc to 2nd st from hook, sc 10 (11)

Row 5: ch 4, turn, sc in 2nd ch from hook, sc 13 (14)

Row 6: ch 1, turn, sc 14 (14)

Row 7-8: Repeat Row 6 (14) (Row 2)

Row 9: ch 1, turn, sl-st x3, ch 1, sc 8 (11)

Row 10: ch 1, turn, sc 8 (8)

Row 11-12: Repeat Row 10 (8) (Row 2)

Secure, leaving a long tail for sewing.

sew the knitted piece to the opposite side of the body. Evenly

sew belly along the side of the body

Continue until you reach the first row of the belly attached to

body. Secure with a double knot inside the body. Fill the back

body.

With the other end of the thread, sew the rest of the belly to the body. Finish

stuff the body through the neck.

HEAD

Use creamy yarn

1st row: 6 sc in magic ring (6)

Row 2: 6inc (12)

Row 3: (sc, inc) x6 (18)

Row 4: sc, (inc, sc 2) x5, inc, sc (24)

Row 5: (sc 3, inc) x6 (30)

Row 6 – 8: sc (30) (3 rows)

Row 9: sc 10, (inc, sc) x5, inc, sc 9 (36)

row 10: sc 10, (inc, sc 2) x5, inc, sc 10 (42)

Row 11: sc (42)

Row 12: sc 3, (inc, sc 6) x5, inc, sc 3 (48)

Row 13: sc 13, (inc, sc 3) x5, inc, sc 14 (54)

Row 14: sc (54)

Row 15: sc 4, (inc, sc 8) x5, inc, sc 4 ​​(60)

Row 16 – 23: sc around (60) (8 rows)

row 24: sc 4, (dec, sc 8) x5, dec, sc 4 ​​(54)

Row 25: (sc 7, dec) repeat (48)

Row 26: sc 3, (dec, sc 6) x5, dec, sc 3 (42)

Row 27: (sc 5, dec) x6 (36)

Row 28: sc 2, (dec, sc 4) x5, dec, sc 2 (30)

Start stuffing your head.

Row 29: (sc 3, dec) x6 (24)

Row 30: sc, (dec, sc 2) x5, dec, sc (18)

Row 31: (sc, dec) x6 (12)

Row 32: dec x6 (6)

Close, hide thread

Ears (do two)

Use creamy yarn

1st row: sc 6 in a magic ring (6)

Row 2: sc sc

Row 3: 6inc (12)

Row 4: sc (12)

Row 5: (sc, inc) x6 (18)

Row 6: sc (18)

Row 7: sc, (inc, sc 2) x5, inc, sc (24)

Rows 8-11: sc (24) (4 rows)

Row 12: sc, (dec, sc 2) x5, dec, sc (18)

Finish off with sl-st and secure, leaving a tail to sew.

HORN

1st row: sc 6 in a magic ring (6)

Row 2: sc (6)

Row 3: (sc, inc) x6 (9)

Rows 4-5: sc (9) (2 rows)

Row 6: (sc 2, inc) x6 (12)

Row 7-12: sc (12) (6 rows)

Finish off with sl-st and secure, leaving a tail to sew.

Using gold thread, attach with sl-st to the last row of horns.

insert in next sc, insert in next sc down and move

at 1sc. Continue in a spiral until the end

EYES (do two)

start with black

1st row: sc 6 in a magic ring

Row 2: inc x3 (change color to green / blue at end of last sc), inc

x3 (change to black at the end of the last sc) (12)

Row 3: (not tight) sl-st x6 (change to white in the last sl-st), (not tight) sl-st x6

Cut off the white yarn, leaving a long tail. Using a sewing needle,

pull the white thread through the next sc and back as shown.

Using the same end of the thread,

create a highlight for the eyes. Wherein

for the 2nd eye, make sure the eye flare is in the mirrored position from the 1st eye (see image).

secure the ends except for 1 white and 1 black tail that will be used for sewing.

MANE

Start with creamy yarn

Make the base base 23ch

Row 1: inc in 2nd loop from crochet, 20 sc, 3sc in last ch, (work on the opposite side of the chain) sc 21 Sl-st to finish, fasten, leaving long end to sew. Attach pink yarn with sl-st in the middle of the warp as shown.

* 47ch, hdc in 2nd loop from hook, 45 hdc, sl-st in middle of main base *

* 47ch, hdc in 2nd loop from hook, 45 hdc, sl-st in middle of main base *

Continue until you tie the entire length of the base

A HEART

Using gold yarn, hook 2mm

1st row: (Magic ring) ch3,

d2c, 3 dc, ch 1, d2c, ch 1, 3dc, 3 d2c, ch 3, sl-st in the center of the spacecraft (do not pull the ring too tight)

Row 2: ch 3, hdc inc, dc inc, hdc inc, sc 3, sc, sc on top d2c, sc, sc 3, hdc inc, dc inc, hdc inc, ch 3, sl-st in center of spacecraft Pull tail to close the magic ring and secure. Tie up the work yarn, leaving a tail to sew.

TAIL

Using pink yarn

We knit the “hair” in the same way as for the mane, but attach directly to the back of the body.

attach with sl-st, * ch 47, hdc in 2nd loop from hook, hdc 45, sl-st in next sc on body * Continue knitting until you have 5 strands of hair

Turn and knit the last 2 “hair strands” between the last 4 as shown.

Attach and sew the horn to the center of the head, above rows 14-17.

Attach the ears to the head in an L shape. Starting at row 21, approximately 11 sc.

Attach the mane to the head 3 rows back from the horn. Sew on the base

mane to the head Fasten the eyes as shown above row 12-16 of the head.

Use the black thread we left behind to sew in the spot

where they knitted with black thread of eyes. take a white thread and sew white

stitches, secure with a double knot. Hide the ends in your head.

Attach and sew a heart to

back of the body.

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