Mimi the Friendly Unicorn by Michelle Alvarez

Mimi the Friendly Unicorn

Crochet
June 2016
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
4.0 mm (G)
400 - 420 yards (366 - 384 m)
US
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English and Spanish Pattern Only. This pattern uses US Crochet Terms. The file contains a chart to show the conversions to UK Crochet Terms.

Make your own Mimi the Unicorn with this CROCHET PATTERN.

The pattern includes instructions on how to make a cute unicorn.

This PDF pattern includes 13 pages with step by step instructions and photos, so you can crochet your own toy.

Finished Unicorn is about 15” (38 cm.) tall when you use worsted weight (medium/4) yarn and a 4.00 mm. crochet hook. Please note that final size can vary depending on how tight you crochet and how stuffed the toy is.

For this pattern you need to have basic-intermediate crochet and amigurumi skills and to know how to read crochet patterns.

You need to know the following crochet terms:
• ch – chain (UK=chain)
• mr – magic ring (UK=magic ring)
• sc – single crochet (UK=double crochet)
• hdc – half double crochet (UK=half treble crochet)
• dc – double crochet (UK= treble crochet)
• sl – slip stitch (UK=slip stitch)
• inc(sc) – increase in single crochet (UK=increase in double crochet)
• inc(hdc) – increase in half double crochet (UK=increase in half treble crochet)
• dec(sc) – decrease in single crochet (UK=decrease)
• fo – fasten off (UK=fasten off)

Supplies
• Worsted weight yarn in colors:
o White - 260 yards / 250 meters
o Pink - 90 yards / 83 meters
o Light yellow - 5 yards / 4.5 meters
o For the hair: Lilac, Magenta, Pink, Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Light Blue - 9 yards / 8.5 meters for each color
• 4.00 mm. crochet hook
• Two (22 mm. or 15 mm.) safety eyes
• Stitch markers
• Yarn needle
• Scissors
• Stuffing material of your choice

This pattern is for personal use only. PLEASE DO NOT COPY, SHARE, TRANSLATE OR DISTRIBUTE PATTERN. Pattern made by Michelle Alvarez.

Of course you can sell the toys you make! Just give credit for the crochet pattern to Michelle Alvarez from Bunnies & Yarn.