Amigurumi Unicorn Ornament is the perfect stocking stuffer for the unicorn lover in your life. It’s cute and can be adapted to your liking with the safety eyes you choose, or embroider your own. The possibilities are endless when deciding on your mane colors.
As it is not an overly Christmas like ornament, it can be hung anywhere and enjoyed all year long.
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#4 medium weight in White ( I used Red Heart Super Saver) @50 yds
#2 or #3 weight for the Mane (I used a hand-dyed variegated) @20 yds
#3 weight for the horn (I used Paintbox DK) @5 yds
Small amount of any black to make nostrils
Other Materials Needed
12 mm safety eyes
Small amount of Poly Fil Stuffing
US-G (4 mm) hook
US-D (3 mm) hook
8″ in diameter
You will be working in the round for most of the pattern. Mark first stitch of each round.
Gauge is not important in this pattern.
Abbreviations Used (US Terms)
Inv dec=invisible decrease
sl st= slip stitch
Amigurumi Unicorn Ornament
Head (Use G-hook 4mm)
Round 1: With white and using MR, 6 sc in ring 
Round 2: Inc around 
Round 3: sc next, Inc next, around 
Round 4: sc next 2, Inc next, around 
Round 5: sc next 3, Inc next, around 
Rounds 6-10: sc around
Round 11: sc next 3, Inv dec next, around 
Round 12: sc next 2, Inv dec next, around 
Insert safety eyes between rounds 7-8 with about 5-6 sts in between.
Begin stuffing and stuff as you work.
Round 13: sc next, Inv dec next, around 
Round 14: Inv dec around 
Cut yarn, leaving 6”. Weave through sts of round 14 and pull closed. Fasten off. Weave in end.
Round 1: With white and using MR, 8 sc in ring 
Round 2: Inc around 
Rounds 3-7: sc around
Fasten off. Leave long tail for sewing. Sew just below eyes, stuff before closing. Embroider French knots for the nostrils on round 3 on each side of nose.
Ears (Make 2)
Row 1: ch 2, sc in 2nd ch from hook, turn 
Row 2: ch 1, Inc, turn 
Row 3: ch 1, Inc 2x, turn 
Rows 4-5: ch 1, sc across
At end of row 5, do not fasten off. Ch 1, sc in end of each row up to point, 3 sc in point, sc in end of each row down other side of ear. Fasten off. Leave tail for sewing. Fold ear in half. Tack back half of row 5. Sew to either side of head to rounds 3-6.
Horn (Use D-hook 3 mm and lightweight yarn)
Round 1: With gold or yellow and using MR, 4 sc in ring 
Round 2: sc next, Inc next, around 
Round 3-8: sc around
Round 9: sc next 2, Inc next, around 
Stuff. Sew to rounds 3-4 in center of head in front of ears.
You can use a lightweight yarn here or you can use a thicker yarn. I used lightweight and a D Hook.
Front Mane (make 2)
Sl st in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across  Do not fasten off.
Ch 31 again, sl st in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across, sl st last st of previous ch, Repeat one more time. Fasten off.
Tack to rounds 1-2 on each side of head in front of ears directly behind horn.
Sl st in 2nd ch from hook and each ch across  Do not fasten off. Continue in the same fashion as the front mane until you have as many mane strands as you would like. I made 14.
Tack to top of head between ears directly behind front mane. Use floss or yarn to tie on a hanger in the center of the head.
I hope you enjoyed creating this amigurumi unicorn ornament. I made one for me and one for my granddaughter as we both are big time unicorn lovers.
If you are also a dog lover, check out the Puppy Dog Ornament from my alter ego, TimmelCrochet.
Check out some of my other pattern posts for other gift ideas.
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