Willy the Unicoragon amigurumi pattern

Sometimes I really enjoy designing and creating not so obvious things or creatures. In one of those inventive processes the idea of dragon and unicorn hybrid came to life. It was little bit challenging to make him this pretty and cool but in the end I think really worth it. I hope you’ll enjoy making him and I’m more than excited to see your versions (you can tag me on your makes @moroshky and #moroshky on Instagram).

If you’d like to support my work a little bit (or “buy me a coffee”) you can also grab a pdf version of this pattern on my Ravelry right here.

Supplies:
– DK/worsted weight yarn
– 3mm crochet hook
– embroidery needle
– embroidery thread
– scissors
– yarn needle
– stitch markers
– stuffing

Abbreviations:
sc – single crochet
mc – magic circle/ring
inc – increase (single crochet increase = two stitches in one stitch)
dec – invisible decrease (single crochet decrease = two stitches together)
st(s) – stitch(es)

Head + Body:
*Stuff as you go*
R1: sc x 8 in mc (8)
R2: inc x 8 (16)
R3: [sc, inc] x 8 (24)
R4: sc x 2, inc x 8, sc x 14 (32)
R5-7: sc x 32 (32)
R8: dec x 10, sc x 12 (22)
R9-10: sc x 22 (22)
R11: inc x 10, sc x 12 (32)
R12: sc x 3, inc x 3, sc x 3, inc x 2, sc x 3, inc x 3, sc x 3, sc x 12 (40)
R13-20: sc x 40 (40)
R21: sc x 6, dec x 8, sc x 6, sc x 12 (32)
R22: sc x 2, dec x 8, sc x 2, sc x 12 (24)
R23-24: sc x 24 (24)
R25: sc x 2, inc x 8, sc x 2, sc x 12 (32)
R26: sc x 32 (32)
R27: sc x 6, inc x 10, sc x 6, sc x 10 (42)
R28-40: sc x 42 (42)
R41: sc x 16, dec x 3, sc x 20 (39)
R42: sc x 39 (39)
R43: sc x 16, dec x 3, sc x 17 (36)
R44: sc x 36 (36)
R45: sc x 15, dec x 3, sc x 15 (33)
R46: sc x 13, dec x 3, sc x 14 (30)
R47: sc x 30 (30)
R48: sc x 8, dec x 6, sc x 10 (24)
R49: sc x 3, dec x 3, sc x 6, dec x 3, sc x 3 (18)
R50: sc x 8, dec x 1, sc x 8 (17)
R51: sc x 8, dec x 1, sc x 7 (16)
R52: sc x 7, dec x 1, sc x 7 (15)
R53: sc x 7, dec x 1, sc x 6 (14)
R54: sc x 6, dec x 1, sc x 6 (13)
R55: sc x 6, dec x 1, sc x 5 (12)
R56: sc x 5, dec x 1, sc x 5 (11)
R57: sc x 5, dec x 1, sc x 4 (10)
R58: sc x 4, dec x 1, sc x 4 (9)
R59: sc x 4, dec x 1, sc x 3 (8)
R60: sc x 3, dec x 1, sc x 3 (7)
R61: sc x 3, dec x 1, sc x 2 (6)
Fasten off

Corn:
R1: sc x 4 in mc (4)
R2: inc x 4 (8)
R3-8: sc x 8 (8)
Fasten off
Stuff firmly

Ears:
*make two*
R1: sc x 5 in mc (5)
R2-3: sc x 5 (5)
Fasten off

Horns:
*make two*
R1: sc x 4 in mc (4)
R2: inc x 4 (8)
R3: sc x 8 (8)
Fasten off

Spikes small:
*make three*
R1: sc x 5 in mc (5)
R2: inc x 5 (10)
R3: sc x 10 (10)
Fasten off

Spikes big:
*make three*
R1: sc x 5 in mc (5)
R2: inc x 5 (10)
R3-4: sc x 10 (10)
Fasten off

Legs:
*make four*
R1: sc x 7 in mc (7)
R2: inc x 7 (14)
R3: [sc, inc] x 7 (21)
R4-5: sc x 21 (21)
R6-7: sc x 21 (21)
R8: [sc, dec] x 7 (14)
R9-11: sc x 14 (14)
Fasten of
Stuff only in half

Assembly:
1. Sew corn onto a forehead.
2. Sew spikes on (place them in line with the corn).
3. Sew horns on side of the head, place them approximately 2 rows behind the corn and make a space about 7-8 stitches wide between them.
4. Sew ears on (place them 2 stitches below the horns).
5. Sew legs on.
6. Embroider the eyes and the mouth.

Please be respectful and do not sell or distribute this pattern in any way, especially as your own. Instead, share the original blog post link! You can sell finished products made from this pattern by giving credit to Moroshky as the pattern designer and linking to the blog post.

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