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Guineacorn and Pigasus

By: Kati Brown from
Guineacorn and Pigasus
Guineacorn and Pigasus

"The guineacorn and pigasus are the perfect combination of the adorable guinea pig and the majestic unicorn or pegasus. Who wouldn't want their sweet pet rodent to have magical powers? The pattern is easy and fun, with shaping for the front legs to give it that great, chubby guinea pig form. A video is also available to assemble the feet and create the pigasus wings. A guineacorn has proven to be a valuable good luck charm as well. Adorable and magical! Who could ask for more?!"


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Crochet GaugeGauge is not important

Finished Size7 inches long x 4 inches wide x 4 inches tall

Materials List

  • 2 15 mm black safety eyes
  • polyfil
  • Red Heart Super Saver yarn (White, pink, and yellow (if making horn))
  • tapestry needle


Written in US terms using Craft Yarn Council abbreviations.


Done with a tapestry needle using a whip stitch.

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To cute. I love the word play here with these little Amigurumi creatures. I am not sure which one that I like most so I will have to make them both. These are just the right size for little toddler hands.

The PIgasus flies well too. My little boys can attest to that. Lol!

Okay, these are totally adorable. I just got back from a family reunion in Nashville, and since Im not a country music fan, a must-see for me is the full sized Athena statue in the Parthenon in Centennial Park. The winged horse Pegasus plays a prominent role in the mythology, so Pigasus will find a happy home with this Greek geek!

Ha Ha, Guineacorn and pigasus is adorable. I can appreciate these little darlings. For my ever growing collection of amigurumi patterns these two little ones will go straight to the top.

I'll probably work up a set for one of my granddaughters, too. We piggy sat her two guineas over Christmas holidays and while we enjoyed them, she was happy to get them back.

Aw. These two are so cute. I have a little teddy bear hamster and this pair reminds me so much of it. I have got to make a set of these to set next to her compound. This is a very talented and creative lady to come up with this idea and follow through with a working pattern.

Thank you! I hope you love them as much as I loved writing it!

I'm so glad you're on here and able to see how much we all enjoy your projects! Thanks from me and my bunch, too.

This is so darn cute. They have the sweetest little faces. I smiled when I first saw them. The directions are simply basic stitches that any one should be able to do. I have four very young grand kids who will adore these little critters. Thank you for making them available for me to make.

I'd love to see pictures of your grand kids with them! Enjoy!


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