Magical Unicorn Crochet Hat

Magical Unicorn Crochet Hat

Magical Unicorn Crochet Hat
Magical Unicorn Crochet Hat
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Release your inner unicorn by rocking this easy crochet hat. The Magical Unicorn Crochet Hat has everything you could want from a crochet hat pattern: rainbow yarn, earflaps, and a horn that lets you turn into a mystical creature. This clever design has so much personality and would be a great accessory to give your style that pop of color and flair. Using basic crochet stitches, you will have no problem whipping this up, leaving you time to focus on keeping that glorious mane looking good. This crochet unicorn pattern will keep you ready to frolic, no matter what age you are.

Difficulty LevelEasy

Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

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

Finished SizeNewborn to adult

Materials List

  • Worsted weight yarn [used here: Lion Brand Vanna's Choice Yarn in¬†?Scarlet (Red), Terracotta (Orange), Mustard (Yellow), Fern (Green), Colonial Blue, Dusty Purple, Pink Poodle, and White]
  • Size H crochet hook
  • Tapestry needle
  • Poly-fil for horn
  • Stitch¬†marker (if needed)

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Unicorns have really been popular this year. I have seen a few hats posted on different sights but I never was inclined to make them. This particular hat has a lot of detail and as real as a unicorn hat can get, this looks like a real unicorn head. This is well done.

I have more than a few little granddaughters who would love this hat! I really appreciate the designer posting all the different sizes because thats exactly describes my granddaughtersall different ages and sizes! The helmet portion is pretty standard, so the designer only includes photos for the horn, ears and fastening the mane. Paired with a pair of fleece pants and a sweatshirt, this would be great for a Halloween costume, too.

Has anybody made this hat yet? I noticed the pattern author has very detailed instructions and sizing changes from newborn to adult. It looks very interesting!

I personally have not made this hat, but I can tell you that Sarah Zimmerman is well known for her patterns. I dont think you will have any trouble with this pattern at all. I love her work and recommend her website and patterns to people all the time. She is also easily found on facebook if you need to ask questions, or just want to follow her there.


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