Today we have a fun and exciting easy sew Unicorn craft to share on the blog and I’m super excited to be able to share this today. It’s been so fun sharing Unicorn themed crafts here on the blog and they have been popular this year. I’m now thinking about other projects and other themes to move onto but Unicorns have been huge! Enjoy.
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What You Will Need
Let’s Make It
Take any one of the body parts and a needle with black thread. Stitch the eye patterns on the front body part.
Take the lower body part of the unicorn and level the bottom edges of both front body and the lower body part. Use needle and thread to stitch the lower body part with the front body part.
Place the other felt cut out for the body on a flat surface and then place the ears and the horn patterns along its top edge by overlapping a small amount of each pattern with the top edge of the body part.
Now neatly place the front body part on the top by matching the edges of both body parts.
Place the hair pattern on the front body by levelling the top edges of both pieces (front body and the hair). Now start to stitch all the patterns together. Start either from top or from bottom.
Once you’re satisfied with the stuffing you can stop and press the unicorn plush to make sure that the stuffing is even on the inside. Stitch the open end to close and secure the stuffing.
Take a small piece of ribbon (about 5 inches or any size you want). Fold the ribbon into half by joining the open ends to creating a loop. Glue or stitch the open ends at the back side of the plush to complete the charm.