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Make your very own little horses and unicorns! This pattern contains 30 pages of careful instructions on how to create these lovely animals. The instructions cover how to make both a horse and a unicorn.
1. a supply list
2. my own pattern
3. step by step instructions complete with photographs
4. as many of my personal tricks that I can remember that I’ve developed to bring these little horses to life
The finished product will stand roughly 5" tall and is 4" from nose tip to tail. The unicorn will stand taller depending on how long you decide to make the horn.
I'm not sure how to gauge the difficulty of this pattern. I have been making these little animals for 12 years, and it still takes me at least 4-5 hours just to make the body, and an additional 2-3 hours to do the detail work. If you are familiar with hand sewing, then it shouldn't be too difficult. If you run into any problems with the pattern, please feel free to message me! I would be happy to answer your questions and help out if you get stuck.
Also, please don't make these for small children! There are lots of tiny parts that can be choking hazards. I've known several of my unicorns to enjoy sitting on shelves and watching over little ones at play, however, so that's definitely a safe option.
Please note that this pattern is for personal use only, and may not be sold as your own or used to create products to be sold. Both pattern and tutorial are copyright Rachel Land and may not be used outside the above conditions without express permission from Pentip’s Place. Thank you!
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My critters are copyright me. They are little art pieces, so please respect that!
Each of my critters has movable legs, which makes them a little more fragile. If excessive limb moving occurs, the joints may become loose, so handle with care! If you want to give this as a gift to a child who will play with it (inappropriate for any child who puts things in their mouths!), I can stitch the legs so they wont move, which will make them sturdier. Just let me know! I started making these when I was about twelve so I could have some little animals to play with. They are great fun for careful play.