Unicorn stuffed animals are the perfect way to make your child feel like they’re living in a magical world. They can cuddle with their favorite unicorn and take it everywhere they go. It’s so cute! And now, you can sew one yourself using these unicorn sewing patterns.
You don’t need any special skills or tools to sew these projects either – just some fabric, stuffing, thread and needles! Each pdf pattern comes with step-by-step instructions and printable templates. So get ready to create something beautiful for your unicorn-lover!
Here are the cutest unicorn sewing patterns:
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This gorgeous unicorn doll from Smitten Dolls includes wings (so I guess it's an alicorn!) and a removable tutu. It's made with a sewing machine from cotton, fleece and tulle. The tiny stars in her mane look so adorable!
The felt unicorn sewing pattern from Maisie Moo Pattern Shop includes an SVG file so the pattern pieces can be cut with a Cricut or similar cutting machine, as well as the printable pattern templates. The pattern comes in two sizes (5.5 inch and 13 inch). I love the rainbow mane!
The adorable My Sweet Pony from Gingermelon includes 3 manes, 2 tails, Pegasus wings, Flutterby wings and a unicorn horn option, with lots of sweet details. With different coloured felt, you could sew quite a herd!
A handmade lovey makes a great baby shower gift and I love this unicorn lovey from Cute Toys Vladimir. What baby or toddler wouldn't want to take that with them wherever they go! (Better make two in case one gets lost!)
The Floppy Unicorn Plush pattern from Choly Knight has 4 different designs, based on the seasons. The eyes are sewn with fusible web applique (machine embroidery designs are sold separately). It's another amazing pattern with gorgeous details, and alicorn and pegasus options too!
I've made two Woonicorns for my daughter (after having to leave one behind when we moved overseas) and they are the most adorable ride on hobby horses. You can see my versions here and here. It is a gorgeous and whimsical unicorn sewing pattern.
The felt unicorn from Kosucas has a great sense of motion with the way the legs are positioned. I can see my daughter trotting that one around the room. (And it's another one with alicorn and pegasus options!)