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Crochet Unicorn Amigurumi Pattern [With Wings]

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I was on vacation in Switzerland a few weeks ago, and I brought an alicorn with me. This lovely Alicorn (a crochet Unicorn with wings) amigurumi pattern is free to download here. Follow the written instructions as well as the accompanying pictures to finish this pattern.

crochet unicorn amigurumi pattern
Winged Unicorn Amigurumi, Aile, at Lauterbrunnen Valley, Switzerland, famous for its numerous waterfalls along the cliffs

This crochet unicorn stuffed animal with wings (shortened to crochet unicorn) was a new creative addition to my Animal & Wildlife Collection. It stands 15″ tall and was crocheted with an 8 ply acrylic yarn and a 2.5mm hook.

Aile, the cuddles crochet unicorn, accompanied me on my journey through the breathtaking scenery of the Alps. It was magical to be carrying a stuffed unicorn through snow-capped mountains and beautiful grey-white scenery.

I promised myself that I would share the amigurumi unicorn crochet pattern as soon as I returned from my trip, so here it is: Aile, the winged rainbow unicorn crochet pattern.

winged unicorn stuffed animal pattern
At Männlinchen, Switzerland

Cute Crochet Unicorn With Wings

also known as Alicorn

scroll ⬇️ to get the crochet pattern & tutorial 

Aile is a special crochet unicorn, and it has wings on its back and a rainbow main. Aile is French for “wing,” which is how it goes its name.

The winged unicorn has no specific name, but sometimes, it’s called Alicorn. Other names for it are Pegasus with horn or Pegacorn.

It has magical powers, as a unicorn, and its horn is often said to have raw, pure magic powers and often used for good. Light-colored winged unicorns are good mythical creatures, often using their magic to help people in need. 

Speaking of crochet wings, we have recently published a new design on another type of wings: Angel Wings. The angel wings are one of the pieces in our Angel Costume Crochet Pattern. I am sure Aile will look great too with a pair of Angel Wings and style her with an angel costume.

amigurumi unicorn
At Grindelwald, Switzerland

Aile is peach in color, and like all other peach-colored winged unicorns, it is an adorably huggable crochet animal. Its legs can also fold under to be in a cute, upright sitting position, which will be perfect for lounging around in your craft room as you crochet all the other designs. 

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Aile is having a restful day at Luzern, Switzerland.

Aile, the rainbow crochet unicorn, flitted around the Alps with me throughout my trip, its eyes bright with excitement and horn sticking out the train window. It could feel the magic of mother nature in the snow, pine trees, and cones, and the more it looked at the scenery, the more it sparkled. Watching Aile in those weeks was fascinating, and until today, every time I look at this crochet unicorn stuffed animal I can see the snow-capped mountains and smell of the snow. 

crochet unicorn stuffed animal
Playing photo illusion with the cloud at Lauterbrunnen Valley.

The free crochet unicorn pattern here can be adapted by turning it into a pegasus, which is all white and has no wings or horn. Otherwise, turn this unicorn crochet pattern into an amigurumi horse, please meet Aile’s relative, Amigurumi Horse, Amigurumi Zebra, Amigurumi Donkey.

If you are a big fan of making crochet animals, you will love our free stuffed animal patterns library.

crochet winged unicorn amigurumi
Enjoy its view of Mont Eiger in Switzerland.

Unicorns are not the only ones with horns. Take a break from crocheting and try Nadir the sock narwhal who also has a horn. He’s made out of socks and has a horn just like Aile. I guess you could say he and Aile are very distant relatives! 

Aile was my personal companion throughout our journey. The peach-pink body, white wings, khaki horn and feet, and rainbow-colored mane and tail were a joy to carry around. It put a smile on my face whenever I looked at it. 

winged unicorn crochet pattern
On a vintage train with me, belle Epoque, part of the GoldenPass Line from Montreux to Luzern.

Here’s Aile, the winged crochet unicorn, at the base of Mont. Eiger, Switzerland, happily sitting on the hilltop overlooking a village. 

alicorn winged unicorn

Aile is enjoying the cold breezy day at Männlichen, sitting on the grass with crocus flower bulbs spouting after the snow has melted.

I hope you have as much fun crocheting Aile. Having a stuffed unicorn with wings always puts me in a good mood.

Head to the how-to crochet amigurumi unicorn section below and start making your own Aile.

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WHAT’S NEXT:

Happy crochet!

winged unicorn amigurumi pattern

Crochet Unicorn Amigurumi pattern

Yield: 15" Stuffed Unicorn
Active Time: 3 days
Total Time: 3 days
Difficulty: Intermediate /Advance Level
Estimated Cost: USD 20

This lovely Alicorn (a crochet Unicorn with wings) amigurumi stands 15″ tall and was crocheted with an 8 ply acrylic yarn and a 2.5mm hook. Follow the written instructions as well as the accompanying pictures to finish this pattern.

happy crochet!

Materials

  • Acrylic yarn in peach pink, khaki, white, black and rainbow colors
  • Polyester fiberfill
  • Black Embroidery Floss or Black Crochet Thread

Tools

  • 2.5 mm crochet hook
  • Tapestry needle
  • Fabric marker (water erasable)
  • Scissors
  • Pins

Instructions

Abbreviations

(In US Crochet Terms)
ch: chain
sc: single crochet
inc: 2sc increase
inv dec: invisible decrease

Crochet Unicorn Amigurumi Pattern

Body

amigurumi body pattern

With Pink yarn:
Round 1: ch5, Inc in 2nd ch from hook, sc 2, 5sc in the last ch. Continue on the other side of the chain base, sc 2, 3sc in the last ch. {14}
Round 2: Inc, sc 4, [Inc] 3 times, sc 4, [Inc] 2 times. {20}
Round 3: Inc, sc 6, [Inc] 2 times, sc, Inc, sc 6, [Inc] 2 times, sc. {26}
Round 4: Inc, sc 8, [Inc, sc] 2 times, Inc, sc 8, [Inc, sc] 2 times. {32}
Round 5: Inc, sc 10, Inc, sc 2, Inc, sc, Inc, sc 10, Inc, sc 2, Inc, sc. {38}
Round 6: Inc. sc 12, [Inc, sc 2] 2 times, Inc, sc 12, [Inc, sc 2] 2 times. {44}
Round 7: Inc, sc 14, Inc, sc 3, Inc, sc 2, Inc, sc 14, Inc, sc 3, Inc, sc 2. {50}
Round 8: Inc, sc 16, [Inc, sc 3] 2 times, Inc, sc 16, [Inc, sc 3] 2 times. {56}
Round 9: sc around. {56}
Round 10: sc 26, Inc, sc 27, Inc, sc. {58}
Round 11: sc 27, Inc, sc 28, Inc, sc . {60}
Round 12: sc 27, Inc, sc 29, Inc, sc 2. {62}
Round 13: sc 28, Inc, sc 30, Inc, sc 2. {64}
Round 14 – 23: sc around. {64}
Round 24: [Inv dec, sc 14] around. {60}
Round 25: sc around. {60}
Round 26: [Inv dec, sc 13] around. {56}
Round 27: sc around. {56}
Round 28: [Inv dec, sc 12] around. {52}
Round 29: sc around. {52}
Round 30: [Inv dec, sc 11] around. {48}
Round 31: sc around. {48}
Round 32: [Inv dec, sc 10] around. {44}
Round 33: sc around. {44}
Round 34: [Inv dec, sc 9] around. {40}
Round 35: sc around. {40}
Round 36: [Inv dec, sc 8] around. {36}
Round 37: sc around. {36}
Round 38: [sc 4, Inv dec] around. {30}
Stuff the body firmly with polyester fiberfill.
Round 39: sc around. {30}
Round 40: sc 2, [Inv dec, sc 3] 5 times, inv dec, sc. {24}
Round 41: [sc 2, Inv dec] around. {18}
Round 42: [Inv dec, sc] around. {12}
Round 43: [Inv dec] around. {6}
Fasten and leave a long tail for sewing.

Head

ami unicorn head

With Pink yarn:
Round 1: sc 6 in magic ring. {6}
Round 2: [inc] around. {12}
Round 3: [inc, sc] around. {18}
Round 4: [sc 2. inc] around. {24}
Round 5: [inc, sc 3] around. {30}
Round 6: sc 2, [inc, sc 4] 5 times, inc, sc 2. {36}
Round 7: [inc, sc 5] around. {42}
Round 8 -10: sc around. {42}
Round 11: [inv dec] 4 times, sc 34. {38}
Round 12: sc around. {38}
Round 13: [inc] 4 times, sc 34. {42}
Round 14: [inc, sc 6] around. {48}
Round 15 - 16: sc around. {48}
Round 17: sc 3, [inc, sc 7] 5 times, inc, sc 4. {54}
Round 18 - 19: sc around. {54}
Round 20: [inc, sc 8] around. {60}
Round 21 - 23: sc around. {60}
Round 24: sc 4, [inc, sc 9] 5 times, inc, sc 5. {66}
Round 25 - 32: sc around. {66}
Round 33: [inv dec, sc 9] around. {60}
Round 34: sc around. {60}
Round 35: sc 4, [inv dec, sc 8] 5 times, inv dec, sc 4. {54}
Round 36: sc around. {54}
Round 37: [inv dec, sc 7] around. {48}
Round 38: sc 3, [inv dec, sc 6] 5 times, inv dec, sc 3. {42}
Round 39: [inv dec, sc 5] around. {36}
Round 40: sc 2, [inv dec, sc 4] 5 times, inv dec, sc 2. {30}
Round 41: [inv dec, sc 3] around. {24}
Stuff with polyester fillings
Round 42: sc, [inv dec, sc 2] 5 times, inv dec, sc. {18}
Round 43: [inv dec, sc 1] around. {12}
Round 44: [inv dec] around. {6}
Fasten and hide yarn end.

Ears

amigurumi ear pattern

ami unicorn ear 1

Make 2 with Pink yarn:
Round 1: Sc 4 in magic ring. {4}
Round 2: sc around. {4}
Round 3: [inc] around. {8}
Round 4: sc around. {8}
Round 5: [inc, sc] around. {12}
Round 6: [inc, sc 2] around. {16}
Round 7: sc around. {16}
Round 8: [inc, sc 3] around. {20}
Round 9 - 15: sc around {20}
Fasten and leave a long tail for sewing.
Fold the ear and sew the bottom to give it a scooped appearance.

Horn

ami unicorn horn 1

amigurumi horn pattern

With Brown yarn:
Round 1: Sc 3 in magic ring. {3}
Round 2: [inc] around. {6}
Round 3 - 5: sc around. {6}
Round 6: [inc, sc] around. {9}
Round 7 - 10: sc around. {9}
Round 11: [inc, sc 2] around. {12}
Round 12 - 17: sc around. {12}
Round 18: [inc, sc 3] around. {15}
Fasten and leave a long tail for sewing.
Fill the horns firmly with polyester fiberfill.
Sew a rainbow color yarn to the horn in a spiral direction.

Arms

ami unicorn arms

Make 2 starting with Brown yarn:
Round 1: sc 6 in magic ring. {6}
Round 2: [inc] around. {12}
Round 3: [inc, sc] around. {18}
Round 4: [sc 2. inc] around. {24}
Round 5: [inc, sc 3] around. {30}
Round 6 – 10: sc around. {30}
Round 11: [sc 8, Inv dec] around. {27}
Round 12: sc around. {27}
Change yarn color to Pink.
Round 13: sc around. {27}
Round 14: [sc 7, Inv dec] around. {24}
Round 15 – 16: sc around. {24}
Round 17: [sc 6, Inv dec] around. {21}
Round 18 – 19: sc around. {21}
Round 20: [sc 5, Inv dec] around. {18}
Round 21 – 22: sc around {18}.
Round 23: [sc 4, Inv dec] around. {15}
Round 24 – 35: sc around. {15}
Fasten and leave a long tail for sewing.
Fill the bottom 2/3 of the arms firmly with polyester fiberfill.

Legs

amigurumi feet pattern

Make 2 starting with Brown yarn:
Round 1: ch5, Inc in 2nd ch from hook, sc 2, 5sc in the last ch. Continue on the other side of the chain base, sc 2, 3sc in the last ch. {14}
Round 2: Inc, sc 4, [Inc] 3 times, sc 4, [Inc] 2 times. {20}
Round 3: Inc, sc 6, [Inc] 2 times, sc, Inc, sc 6, [Inc] 2 times, sc. {26}
Round 4: Inc, sc 8, [Inc, sc] 2 times, Inc, sc 8, [Inc, sc] 2 times. {32}
Round 5: Inc, sc 10, Inc, sc 2, Inc, sc, Inc, sc 10, Inc, sc 2, Inc, sc. {38}
Round 6: Inc. sc 12, [Inc, sc 2] 2 times, Inc, sc 12, [Inc, sc 2] 2 times. {44}
Round 7 – 10: sc around. {44}
Round 11: sc 14, Inv dec, sc 12, Inv dec, sc 14. {42}
Round 12: sc 14, Inv dec, sc 10, Inv dec, sc 14. {40}
Round 13: sc 14, Inv dec, sc 8, Inv dec, sc 14. {38}
Round 14: sc 14, Inv dec, sc 6, Inv dec, sc 14. {36}
Round 15: sc 14, Inv dec, sc 4, Inv dec, sc 14. {34}
Round 16: sc 14, Inv dec, sc 2, Inv dec, sc 14. {32}
Round 17: sc 14, Inv dec, Inv dec, sc 14. {30}
Change yarn color to Pink.
Round 18: sc around. {30}
Round 19: [sc 6, Inv dec] 3 times, sc 6. {27}
Round 20 – 21: sc around. {27}
Round 22: sc 6, [Inv dec, sc 5] 3 times. {24}
Round 23 – 24: sc around. {24}
Round 25: sc 5, Inv dec, sc 10, Inv dec, sc 5. {22}
Round 26 – 27: sc around. {22}
Round 28: sc 5, Inv dec, sc 9, Inv dec, sc 4. {20}
Round 29 – 30: sc around. {20}
Round 31: sc 4, Inv dec, sc 8, Inv dec, sc 4. {18}
Fasten and leave a long tail for sewing.
Fill the bottom 2/3 of the legs firmly with polyester fiberfill.

Wings

amigurumi wings pattern

Make 2 starting with White yarn

Part 1
Round 1: sc 3 in magic ring. {3}
Round 2: [inc] around. {6}
Round 3: [inc, sc] around. {9}
Round 4 - 6: sc around. {9}
Fasten

Part 2
Round 1: sc 4 in magic ring. {4}
Round 2: [inc] around. {8}
Round 3: [inc, sc] around. {12}
Round 4 - 7: sc around. {12}
Fasten

Part 3
Round 1: sc 4 in magic ring. {4}
Round 2: [inc] around. {8}
Round 3: [inc, sc] around. {12}
Round 4: [sc 2. inc] around. {16}
Round 5: sc around. {16}
Round 6: [inc, sc 3] around. {20}
Round 7 – 10: sc around. {20}

Continue to join Part 1 & Part 2 to form the complete wing

Round 11: sc 10 on Part 3, sc 6 on Part 2, sc 9 on Part 1, sc 6 on Part 2, sc 10 on Part 3. {41}
Round 12: inv dec, sc 37, inv dec. {39}
Round 13: inv dec, sc 17, inv dec, sc 16, inv dec. {36}
Round 14: inv dec, sc 32, inv dec. {34}
Round 15: inv dec, sc 14, inv dec, sc 14, inv dec. {31}
Round 16: inv dec, sc 27, inv dec. {29}
Round 17: inv dec, sc 11, inv dec, sc 12, inv dec. {26}
Round 18: inv dec, sc 22, inv dec. {24}
Round 19: inv dec, sc 9, inv dec, sc 9, inv dec. {21}
Round 20: [Inv dec, sc 5] around. {18}
Round 21: sc 2, [Inv dec, sc 4] 2 times, inv dec, sc 2. {15}
Round 22: [Inv dec, sc 3] around. {12}
Round 23: Inv dec around. {6}
Fasten and leave a long tail for sewing.
Block the wings flat with warm steam iron.

How To Crochet Unicorn Stuffed Animal

  1. Crochet all parts by following the crochet patterns given above and stuff the parts accordingly.amiunicorn5
  2. Assemble the Unicorn Head by sewing the horn and ears to the head.amiunicorn2

    Draft an outline for the eyes by using an erasable marker. Adjust the position to suit your unicorn by referring to the given dimension as a guideline.amiunicorn1

    Embroider the eyes with black yarn and a darning needle in stem stitch.amiunicorn3
  3. Sew head to the body, followed by arms, feet, and wings.
    The arms are sewn next to the seam of the head and body.
    The feet are sewn at round 17 (counting from the bottom) of the body.amiunicorn6

    This is how it looks like after the wings are attached to the back of the body.amiunicorn7
  4. Wrap the rainbow color yarn on card stock (either 6″ or 12″), cut out 100 strips of 12″ rainbow yarns. These rainbow strips are for the mane and tail of the Amigurumi Unicorn. amiunicorn4
  5. Mark the position of the mane. It is 4 stitches wide at the center of the head, starting from the back of the horn all the way down to the back of the head.amiunicorn8

    This picture shows how to fasten the yarn strips to make the mane. Note that only the stitches between the top and the bottom row are fastened.amiunicorn9

    This is how the mane looks like after 5 rows.amiunicorn10

    Continue to fasten until you have done more than half of the head.
    The 3.5 rows at the front part are the fringe of the unicorn.unicorn mane
  6. You may leave the mane un-combed or you may roll it up as shown in the picture. Make a few stitches to secure the mane in place.unicorn amigurumi mane

    Make a few stitches to secure the fringe in place.amiunicorn16

    Decorate the fringe with a small crochet flower.amiunicorn17
  7. Fasten the tail in the same manner as the mane. However, if you want a fuller tail like shown in the picture, fasten more strips between the crochet stitches.unicorn tail

    The back of the unicorn amigurumi.unicorn wings

    The side of the unicorn amigurumi.unicorn with colorful mane

Notes

Depending on the speed and hours you are spending on the project, the total time needed is only an approximation.

Stuff the parts firmly and densely to give a good shape to crochet animal.

Get the full article at https://www.craftpassion.com/winged-unicorn-amigurumi-pattern/

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Lyla Ammerman

Thursday 12th of May 2022

Tried to print this off but it came out so light that you can not read it. It is not my printer. It shows up that light in the printer preview.

Craft Passion

Friday 13th of May 2022

Sorry to know this Lyla. May I know which print option did you use? I will get someone to look into this.

B

Thursday 26th of August 2021

Thanks so much for your wonderful patterns! I made this a little bigger in Lavender with butter coloured hooves for my 7-year-old goddaughter and she loved it! To make it sit up I put a small beanbag in the bottom of the body; still huggably squishy but it can hold a seat. Looking forward to trying the crochet dragon next!

JESSICA

Wednesday 3rd of March 2021

Ciao, una domanda, ma il corpo non inizia con un anello magico? c'è un errore o sono io che sono alle prime armi e non ci capisco molto? mi piacerebbe iniziare a crearlo per la mia bimba, ho fatto tanti altri animali ma questo mai. come devo iniziare?

Translation (by Google): Hello, a question, but doesn't the body start with a magic ring? Is there a mistake or am I a beginner and I don't understand much? I'd like to start creating it for my little girl, I've made many other animals but this never. how should i start?

Craft Passion

Thursday 4th of March 2021

Hi Jessica, This body is in oblong shape so it doesn't begin with a magic ring, instead, it begins will an oval base.

Monique

Friday 29th of January 2021

Hello! I am getting ready to finish off this lovely (and very generous - thank you) pattern, and was wondering if the top of the body needs extra stuffing - either poly fill or something stronger - to hold up the head? I have had issues with crochet toys' heads being wobbly in the past! Thank you :)

Craft Passion

Tuesday 2nd of February 2021

Besides stuff more polyfill, you may also sew a broader contact area between the head and the body to solve this issue.

Tudose Andra

Monday 25th of January 2021

Hi, I really love your unicorn pattern ! I am going to crochet one for my niece and I wanted to ask you a question related to the yarn and hook. You mention in the pattern that you used a 2.5 hook and 8 ply yarn. I looked at the yarn weight standard and they say that for an 8 ply the recommended hook size is 4.5-5.5. Could you please provide me some more details on whether the hook size should be smaller for this crochet technique? Also could you please approximate how much yarn you used? Thank you very much ! I can't wait to start my project :)

Craft Passion

Thursday 28th of January 2021

For amigurumi, we generally use a smaller hook to crochet. The reason for using a smaller hook is to make crochet stitches tighter so that it is good for stuffing. You may use a 2.5mm to 3mm crochet hook of an 8 ply yarn for amigurumi. For the unicorn body, I used slightly more than a ball of 100-gram yarn, so, please buy 2 balls for the body, 1 ball of rainbow color yarn for the mane and tail, and 1 ball of white yarn for the wings.

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