Maria The Unicorn Baby Lovey Crochet Pattern

Not long after I finished making the 3in1 Rainbow Unicorn Baby Blanket, I decided that it needs a little sister, and this is how Maria The Unicorn Lovey was born.



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     The pattern is written in US terms, it uses basic stitches and therefore is suitable for beginners who have crocheted amigurumi patterns before.

     Make this lovey your own by choosing your own color scheme. Use shades of blue for a boy, make it unisex by using warm shades of green and yellow or keep it pretty pink, just like in this tutorial.




     The gauge is not important but I will list the measurements below for your reference. Keep the tension relaxed, if your work is too tight, the ends will curl.




     Using the yarn weight and hook size suggested in this pattern will create a lovey approximately 56cm (21in) in diameter, the head measures 12.5cm (5in) and the arms measure 15cm (6in).


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     This pattern is available in my ETSY STORE and RAVELRY STORE only in a large print, inexpensive, printable PDF file, with lots of pictures and step by step tutorial on how to crochet yours. 

Supplies Used



- 1 x 100g balls of DK / light worsted yarn in white

- 1 x 25g balls of DK / light worsted yarn in dark purple

- 1 x 25g ball of DK / light worsted yarn in purple

- 1 x 25g ball of DK / light worsted yarn in pink

- crochet hook size 4mm

- 9mm safety eyes (if you prefere, you can sew on the eyes with ark purple yarn)

- darning needle and stitch markers

- poly-fil stuffing









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  •      Learn how to crochet the bead stitch with detailed step by step illustrated tutorial and video HERE.








  •      Grab your supplies and head over to my ETSY STORE and RAVELRY STORE for the large print, inexpensive PDF file with lots of pictures and step by step tutorial on how to crochet your own unicorn blanket.

    Happy Crocheting!

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