DIY Crochet Unicorn/Amigurumi

So yeah! I got the bug! I can’t stop crocheting:-) loving amigurumi and Kawaii style! I’m still new to the crocheting and YouTube is just amazing since I don’t live close to my mum (sad face..) I did try crocheting years ago, but gave up quickly and now inspired by my PRO crocheter neighbour who supplied me with lots of wool and many crochet hooks and useful accessories I didn’t even know existed.. (thank you darling❤️) I’m enjoying every second of this craft journey!

DIY Amigurumi Crochet Unicorn 

(beginner level)   

Here is the 3 part TUTORIAL I followed to make this guy☺️

Unicorn part 1 

Unicorn part 2

Unicorn part 3

made the ice cream pops with no pattern, onced you know how to make the unicorn you’ll know straight away how to crochet them
oh also the girl in the video used wool for the eyes, I went for black beads

Hope you liked it! 
if you don’t crochet but like playing with wool/yarn have a look at my other DIYs☺️

DIY Dreamcatcher
Simple DIY Yarn Banner
Tassel Earring DIY
Happy crafting!



53 thoughts on “DIY Crochet Unicorn/Amigurumi

      1. That’s a very productive way to spend your time. Haha I always have my knitting needles and some yarn with me or a good book or a coloring book and some colored pencils… just in case

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  1. Reblogged this on Grandma Kitty and commented:
    The Craft Mummy is on a crochet kick! She crocheted this adorable unicorn from a tutorial you can find on her blog. It’s super cute and I would totally make this if I had a little more time on my hands. I definitely suggest checking it out

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  2. That’s very cute, I’m sure my grand daughter would love it! I’m kinda new to crocheting myself. My mom taught me when I was young but I didn’t like it. I’ve recently tried again making scarfs and little washcloths and have slowly gotten back into it as long as the pattern is not too complicated.

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      1. Why is it fun now?? I don’t know but it is. I think I need to move on from scarfs and find something new, my family would probably appreciate it, they’ve already said NO MORE scarfs thank you! 😉😁

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  3. Super cute! Crocheting is a skill I’d love to have, but sadly I don’t think it’s meant to be. Too much counting and preciseness is needed. I can do a chain, but coming in for a 2nd row just won’t happen for me.

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  4. A great post, as well as a great blog! I am so glad that you took the time to read and like my blog post about DIY Mother’s Day gift ideas; May I wish you the very best of luck in your blog-It might just make you famous(you never know)! With ❤-JW 🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹🌹

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  5. Beautiful! I love crocchet! Over the years I’ve done everything from window treatments, jewelry, collars, to afghans, hats, scarves, and wrist warmers. Now I just do the later to donate to charity and to give to people I know who are going through a very hard time health wise. Having had cancer I know how hard it can be and how lonely so I do what I can to help them feel like someone is there for them, even if it isn’t cancer.

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  6. So cute! I love making things like this, although I do get tired of attaching pieces together… Haha. Absolutely love this little unicorn! Can’t believe you are new to this. Took me years to get to a point to make things like this! Very impressed!

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