Mint Color Plush Unicorn • The Art of Amigurumi

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What does amigurumi means?
The word Amigurumi comes from Japanese. The Japanese call handicrafts knitted with crochet and needle as Ami. The Japanese call the toys that are filled with objects such as fibers or cotton as Nuigurumi. The word Amigurumi is derived as a combination of these two words.

Amigurumi knitting techniques are very easy. You can find many handcrafts prepared with these techniques on my site. What is Amigurumi for beginners in Amigurumi handwork? How to knit amigurumi? In this blog, where you can find the answers to the questions with pictures, you will be able to learn about Amigurumi in all details.

I share in this blog are amigurumi cats, amigurumi dogs, amigurumi fish, amigurumi unicorn, amigurumi penguins, amigurumi parrot, amigurumi giraffe, amigurumi pigs, amigurumi bunnies, amigurumi cows, amigurumi sheeps, amigurumi bees, amigurumi dolls, amigurumi snakes, amigurumi mice, amigurumi elephants, amigurumi pumpkins, amigurumi pandas, amigurumi owls, amigurumi cartoon characters, amigurumi twetters, amigurumi caterpillars and more …

Also I’m sharing new amigurumi free patterns every day.
Todays daily new amigurumi free crochet pattern is Plush Unicorn
I want to give you some informations about this pattern;

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You will need:

✓ Hook 4 mm

✓500 gr of yarn of the main color 100gr / 120m

100 g – per hoof,

250 g – mane and tail

(Himalaya Dolphin Baby or Yarn

Art Dolce)

✓ Thread for sewing, safety eyes – 30 mm, filler.

Abbreviations:

sc – single crochet

vp – air loop

approx. – increase, knit in

one loop 2 times

ub – decrease, knit two

loops together

(—) x – repeat what is in parentheses X times

This plush unicorn is crocheted of Himalaya Dolphin baby yarn. When using the specified yarn, its dimensions are 85cm. If you wish, you can make a unicorn

and smaller, in the form of a small toy. To do this, use a finer yarn and a suitable crochet hook.

The toy is knitted in a spiral, so the connecting loops at the end of the row are not

are used. We use a marker to track the beginning of the row.

Legs

Hind legs (2 parts)

We start knitting with a hoof

6 sc in the amigurumi ring,

1.6 arr. (12)

2. (1 sc, 1 arr) x6 (18)

3. (2 sc, 1 arr) x6 (24)

4. (3 PRS, 1 PIR) x6 (30)

5. (4 PRS, 1 PIR) x6 (36)

6. (5 PRS, 1 PIR) x6 (42)

7. (6 PRS, 1 Prib) x6 (48)

8. (7 sc, 1 arr) x6 (54)

9- 10.54 sbn

11. (7 PRS, 1 UB) x6 (48)

12. (6 PRS, 1 UB) x6 (42)

Change the color of the thread to the main one.

We knit the 13th row for the back half-loops

12 rows.

13.15 sc, 6 dec, 15 sc (36)

14-33. 36 PRS

We stuff the legs.

Fasten the thread,

leave for sewing.

Front legs (2 parts)

We start knitting with a hoof

6 sc in the amigurumi ring,

1.6 arr. (12)

2. (1 sc, 1 arr) x6 (18)

3. (2 sc, 1 arr) x6 (24)

4. (3 PRS, 1 PIR) x6 (30)

5. (4 PRS, 1 PIR) x6 (36)

6. (5 PRS, 1 PIR) x6 (42)

7. (6 PRS, 1 Prib) x6 (48)

8. (7 sc, 1 arr) x6 (54)

9- 10.54 sbn

11. (7 PRS, 1 UB) x6 (48)

12. (6 PRS, 1 UB) x6 (42)

Change the color of the thread to the main one.

We knit the 13th row for the back half-loops

12 rows.

13.15 sc, 6 dec, 15 sc (36)

14-30. 36 PRS

31.1 ub, 14 sbn,

2 ub, 14 sbn, 1 ub

(32) Fasten thread, leave for

sewing.

Body

6 sc in the amigurumi ring.

We take into account the offset loops, the marker runs in the middle of the tummy.

1.6 arr. (12)

2. (1 sc, 1 arr) x6 (18)

3. (2 sc, 1 arr) x6 (24)

4. (3 PRS, 1 PIR) x6 (30)

5. (4 PRS, 1 PIR) x6 (36)

6. (5 PRS, 1 PIR) x6 (42)

7. (6 PRS, 1 Prib) x6 (48)

8. (7 PRS, 1 PIR) x6 (54)

9. (8 PRS, 1 PIR) x6 (60)

10. (9 PRS, 1 arr) x6 (66)

11. (10 PRS, 1 PIR) x6 (72)

12. (11 PRS, 1 Prib) x6 (78)

13. (12 PRS, 1 PIR) x6 (84)

14. (13 PRS, 1 PIR) x6 (90)

15. (14 PRS, 1 Prib) x6 (96)

16. (15 PRS, 1 PIR) x6 (102)

17.8 sc, dial 18 VP, and skip 18 loops

previous row, 50 sc, dial 18 VP, and skip

18 loops of the previous row, 8sbn (102)

In the resulting holes, we will insert the legs and

sew them to the body.

18.102 PRS

19- 35.102 sbn Insert the legs into the holes for

legs in the body in the 17th row, sew.

36.21 SBN, (2 SBN, 1 UB) x15, 21 SBN (87)

37.87 PRS

38.42 sc, 1 dec, 43 sc (86)

39.30 sbn, 1 ub, 22 sbn, 1 ub, 30 sbn (84)

40.20 sc, 1 dec, 40 sc, 1 dec, 20 sc (82)

41.30 sc, 1 dec, 18 sc, 1 dec, 30 sc (80)

42.30 sbn, 1 ub, 16 sbn, 1 ub, 30 sbn (78)

43. (11 PRS, UB) x6 (72)

44-47. 72 PRS

48. (10 PRS, UB) x6 (66)

49-51. 66 PRS

52.6 sc, dial 16 VP, and skip 16 loops

previous row, 22 sc, dial 16 VP, and skip 16 loops of the previous row, 6 sc

53.66 PRS

54. (9 PRS, UB) x6 (60)

55.60 sbn

56. (8 PRS, UB) x6 (54)

57.54 PRS

58. (7 PRS, UB) x6 (48)

We take the front legs, insert them into the resulting holes in the 52nd row of the body, sew.

59.48 PRS

We stuff the body and legs.

Fasten the thread, leave for

sewing on the head.

Head

Dial 12 VP,

1.with 2 VP from the hook we knit 10 sbn, 3 sbn in 1, then we knit along the other side of the chain

10 sc, 3 sc in 1 (26)

2.10 sbn, 3 arr, 10 sbn, 3 arr (32)

3.10 sbn, (1 arr, 1 sbn) x3, 10 sbn, (1 arr, 1 sbn) x3 (38)

4.10 sc, (1 prib, 2 sc) x3, 10 sc, (1 prib, 2 sc) x3 (44)

5.10 sbn, (1 arr, 3 sbn) x3, 10 sbn, (1 arr, 3 sbn) x3 (50)

6.10 sbn, (1 arr, 4 sbn) x3, 10 sbn, (1 arr, 4 sbn) x3 (56)

7- 11.56 sbn

Knit 7 sc, move the marker to the middle and mark the new beginning of the row. Behind the marker

we follow independently, we take into account the displacement loops. The marker runs down the middle of the head,

from below.

12.10 PRS, 1 PR, 10 PRS, 1 PR, 12 PRS, 1 PR, 10 PRS, 1 PR, 10 PRS (60)

13.12 sc, (1 sc, 1 pr) x 4, put marker 1, (1 sc, 1 pr) x 1, put marker 2 (1 sc, 1 pr) x 8,

put marker 3, (1 sc, 1 pr) x1, put marker 4, (1 sc, 1 pr) x 4, 12 sc (78)

In the 13th row, we marked the eye-tightening markers.

14.18 sc, (2 sc, 1 pr) x 14, 18 sc (92)

15- 25.92 PRS

26. (44 SBN, 1 UB) x 2 (90)

27. (13 PRS, 1 UB) x6 (84)

28.84 PRS

29. (12 PRS, 1 UB) x6 (78)

30. (11 SBN, 1 UB) x6 (72)

31. (10 PRS, 1 UB) x6 (66)

32. (9 PRS, 1 UB) x6 (60)

33. (8 PRS, 1 UB) x6 (54)

34. (7 PRS, 1 UB) x6 (48)

35. (6 PRS, 1 UB) x6 (42)

36. (5 PRS, 1 UB) x6 (36)

37. (4 PRS, 1 UB) x6 (30)

38. (3 SBN, 1 UB) x6 (24)

We stuff the head, leave a hole for

securing the safety peephole.

Let’s move on to the tightening.

EYE STRETCH

In the 13th row we find the markers for the eyes.

We introduce a needle from 2 markers and bring them to 3 markers, retreat 3 loops to the left, insert a needle at 4

marker and display it back to marker h1. We tighten the threads well, fix and hide.

For the unicorn, I used safety eyes. For this, I left my head untied

to end. We insert the eyes into the places of the ties and fasten from the inside. After

the eyes are fixed, we close the head.

39.12 ub

40.6 ub Pull, fasten the thread, cut and hide

Registration

We embroider nostrils between

3 and 5 near the head

double thread,

capturing 2 rows at once.

We make a couple of stitches,

then we sew them.

My horse was tied for a girl over 3 years old, so I glued on the eyelashes. If

your toy is designed for a small child, do not forget about safety. In this case, it is better to embroider the cilia and fix the threads well. At your discretion, the eyelashes can be

not to do. We glue the cilia. After the glue has dried, we embroider the eyelids around the eyes.

To do this, take a needle with a thread in two additions.

We introduce the needle from under the bottom of the head and withdraw

from one side of the eye, insert the needle from the other side of the eye and bring it down. Divide by thread into

upper and lower eyelids. Gently pull the strings at the back, fasten, cut and hide. You can add a drop of glue to keep the strings from slipping over your eyes.

For the eyebrows, we make a couple of stitches, then we sew them.

We find row 13 on the legs, tie them with columns

without crochet for the front half-loops in the main color.

We lay our head between the front legs, sew to

body.

EARS

6 sc in the amigurumi ring,

1.6 sc

2.6 arr. (12)

3. (1 SBN, 1 Prib) x 6 (18)

4. (2 PRS, 1 Prib) x 6 (24)

5. (3 PRS, 1 Prib) x 6 (30)

6- 8.30 sbn

Pull and sew on the ears without stuffing,

we retreat from the eyes 9 rows up.

HORN

6sc in the amigurumi ring

1.6 sc

2.6 arr (12)

3.12 sbn

4. (1 sc, arr) x6 (18)

5- 6.68 sbn

Fasten the thread, leave for sewing. Sew the horn between 19 and 23 near the head

TAIL AND MANE Attach the thread to the body where

there will be a tail, dial 41 VP, from 2 loops from the hook to knit

40 connecting posts without crochet back. Knit 1 sc on the body, dial 41 more VP, with 2 loops from the hook

knit 40 connecting posts without crochet back.

Thus, we collect the required number of loops.

(from 40 to 60 VP) and knit the amount you need

rows and stripes. The mane is knitted in the same way. Mane width

I have 8 strips. Tail width 7.

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