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Tokidoki Unicorno Featuring Stellina – Free Amigurumi Pattern!

Tokidoki Unicorno Featuring Stellina – Free Amigurumi Pattern!

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Is everyday a rainbowlicious day for you?

It has been for us at the TRH this past month as we’re doing a BIG makeover for our studio in Chinatown!

Tiny Rabbit Hole – Tokidoki Unicorno Stellina Amigurumi Crochet Singapore Colourful Rainbow

This Saturday is our official housewarming party and the theme is UNICORN!

Feel free to bring your amigurumi creations over for a magical gathering! And enjoy a fantasy experience with the TRH family where we do crafts to bring your imagination to life.

Find out more over here.

Tiny Rabbit Hole – Free Amigurumi Pattern Tokidoki Unicorno Stellina

To reciprocate the warm support we have gotten from everyone these past 18 months, TRH will be sharing this Tokidoki Unicorno Amigurumi Pattern with everyone!

Let’s join hands together to bring more unicorns into existence!


In addition, we are also honoured to have received a HUGE present box, full of yarns from Patons.

The yarns are from the Patons 100% cotton (mercerised cotton, machine washable) range. It’s 4 ply, fairly thin with a good variety of colours.

For those wondering what mercerised cotton is…

According to the well-established yarn company – Lion Brand Yarn,

…mercerisation is a way of treating cotton that makes it stronger and more receptive to dye. After the process you have a smooth, luminous yarn that is easy to care for…

Sounds complex? We thought so too. Basically, the mercerised cotton yarns look really lustrous.  Creations made with mercerised cotton yarns have a much more refined appearance compared to those made with normal cotton yarns, which are still nice and soft.

Mercerised cotton yarns are also more durable, so you’ll feel more secure if you were to make a bag or carrier with it.

Do try out mercerised cotton yarns to give your plush a clean and refined look!


As such, we have included below pictures of Stellina from Tokidoki made with 2 different set of yarns.

Tiny Rabbit Hole – Free Amigurumi Pattern Tokidoki Unicorno Stellina
Lazy Stellina – This is the lazy version which isn’t included in this free pattern. It’s made using Crown yarn.

If you’re interested in using Crown yarn (4 ply, 100% acrylic & vibrant), click here to browse.

Please note that Stellina made using crown yarns will be slightly larger.

Tiny Rabbit Hole – Free Amigurumi Pattern Tokidoki Unicorno Stellina
Original Stellina Posture – This is made using Patons yarn and this is the final outcome from the pattern below

If you’re looking to try the mercerised cotton Patons yarn (4 ply, 100% cotton, sleek), we’re happy to announce that TRH will be giving away a material kit including a set of Patons Yarns, a pair of black oval eyes and stuffing (worth 55 SGD) to complete the pattern!

To participate in this giveaway

Please show us your love for Tiny Rabbit Hole by:

  1. Posting a photo of any creations that you have made with TRH’s patterns on your IG or FB,
  2. Tag us at @tinyrabbithole with the hashtag #ilovetrh.

The most creative photo will be selected and the prize will be presented at the Unicorn Day!

Deadline: 27 April 2018 (Fri), 23:59


This is an easy pattern provided that you have already attended our Tiny Rabbit Hole’s Beginner (Level 2) workshops or equivalent! If you have not, feel free to visit our Youtube to learn how to crochet a simple round ball.

Tiny Rabbit Hole – Basic Crochet Toolkit Tulip Hook Stitch Markers Sewing Pins

If you would like to have a set of our Basic Crochet Toolkit, you may check them out here.


Also! Our lovely pink Etimo Tulip Crochet Hook Set is in stock! Grab yours now here!

Tiny Rabbit Hole - Pink Etimo Tulip Crochet Hook Set Singapore Tools Yarns


Materials

 

Yarns, supplies, and tools can be found here.


Abbreviations (US Terms)

st(s)  stitch(es)
sc  single crochet
inc  increase
(do 2sc in the same st)
dec  invisible decrease
(combine 2 sts into 1)
slst slip stitch
ch chain stitch


Instructions
  • Our amigurumi are mostly done in continuous rounds starting with a Magic Ring. You don’t need to end with a slip stitch. Do use a stitch marker to mark the last stitch of every round at all times.
  • You may wish to download the Counter+ app to help you with your counting.
  • Please crochet the stitches tightly to prevent the poly-fiber stuffing from showing. However, do not crochet too tightly, otherwise it’ll be difficult to continue.
  • Be sure to push the washer down only the first screw of the safety eye, so as to prevent bulging.
  • If you’re using a smaller washer, you have to push down twice.
  • Always stuff your amigurumi firmly till the point that it feels bouncy.
  • Always leave a long tail for sewing.
  • When felting, ensure that the needle is perpendicular to object.

PATTERN

Head

Using yarn A
R1: sc 6 into magic ring………..(6sts)
R2: [inc] 6x……………………………(12sts)
R3: [sc 1, inc] 6x……………………(18sts)
R4: sc 18……………………………… (18sts)
R5: [sc 2, inc] 6x……………………(24sts)
R6: [sc 3, inc] 6x……………………(30sts)
R7: [sc 4, inc] 6x……………………(36sts)
R8-18: sc 36 (11 rounds)…….. (36sts)
R19: [sc 4, dec] 6x…………………(30sts)
R20: [sc 3, dec] 6x…………………(24sts)
R21: [sc 2, dec] 6x…………………(18sts)
Attach safety eyes between R11 and 12, 18 sts between eyes.
Start stuffing and continue as you go.
R22: [sc 1, dec] 6x…………………. (12sts)
R23: [dec] 6x…………………………. (6sts)
Break yarn and pull out the yarn tail.
Sew remaining stitches closed and weave in all ends.

Body

Using yarn A
R1: sc 6 into magic ring………….(6sts)
R2: [inc] 6x……………………………. (12sts)
R3: [sc 1, inc] 6x……………………..(18sts)
R4: [sc 2, inc] 6x……………………..(24sts)
R5: [sc 3, inc] 6x……………………..(30sts)
R6-8: sc 30 (3 rounds)…………….(30sts)
R9: [sc 3, dec] 6x……………………. (24sts)
R10-11: sc 24 (2 rounds)…………(24sts)
R12: [sc 3, inc] 6x…………………… (30sts)
R13-15: sc 30 (3 rounds)…………(30sts)
R16: [sc 3, dec] 6x………………….. (24sts)
R17: [sc 2, dec] 6x………………….. (18sts)
Start stuffing and continue as you go.
R18: [sc 1, dec] 6x……………………(12sts)
R19: [dec] 6x…………………………… (6sts)
Break yarn and pull out the yarn tail.
Sew remaining stitches closed and weave in all ends.

Ears (make 2)

Using yarn A
R1: sc 4 into magic ring……………..(4sts)
R2: [sc 1, inc] 2x……………………….. (6sts)
R3: [sc 2, inc] 2x……………………….. (8sts)
R4: [sc 3, inc] 2x……………………….. (10sts)
R5-7: sc 10 (3 rounds)……………….(10sts)
Break yarn and pull out the yarn tail.
Do not stuff. Do not stitch up.

Legs (make 4)

Using yarn B (or yarn G if using Crown)
R1 sc 4 into magic ring…………….(4sts)
R2 [inc] 4x………………………………. (8sts)
Switch to yarn A
R3 sc 8 (back loops only)………….(8sts)
R4-6 sc 8 (3 rounds)…………………(8sts)
Break yarn and pull out the yarn tail.
Stuff lightly. Do not stitch up.

Wings (make 2)

Using yarn A
*Leave a long tail at the beginning as you will need to tie the yarn tails on both
ends together after completing each wing.*
Make a foundation chain of 10 ch. Starting on the second chain from the hook, sc 9.
R1: Ch1 and turn, sc 7
R2: (Do not ch1) Turn, sc 7 starting from the first stitch
R3: Ch 1 and turn sc 5
R4: (Do not ch1) Turn, sc 5 starting from the first stitch

Tail

Using yarn C
R1 sc 4 into magic ring…………..(4sts)
R2 [sc 3, inc]………………………….. (5sts)
R3 [sc 4, inc]………………………….. (6sts)
R4 [sc 1, inc] 3x………………………(9sts)
R5-6 sc 9 (2 rounds)……………….(9sts)
R7 [sc 1, dec] 3x……………………..(6sts)
R8 sc 6…………………………………..  (6sts)
Cut yarn, and pull the yarn tail all the way through the last stitch. Stuff lightly.

Front mane

Using yarn B
R1: sc 4 into magic ring……………(4sts)
R2: [sc1, inc] 2x………………………..(6sts)
R3: [sc 2, inc] 2x……………………….(8sts)
R4: [sc 3, inc] 2x……………………… (10sts)
R5: sc 10…………………………………  (10sts)
R6: sc 3, [inc] 4x, sc 3……………… (14sts)
R7: sc 3, [sc 1, inc] 4x, sc 3……….(18sts)
R8-9: sc 18 (2 rounds)………………(18sts)
R10: sc 3, [sc 1, dec] 4x, sc 3…….(14sts)
R11: sc 5, [inc] 4x, sc 5………………(18sts)
R12: sc 5, [sc 1, inc] 4x, sc 5………(22sts)
R13-14: sc 22 (2 rounds)…………..(22sts)
R15: sc 5, [sc 1, dec] 4x, sc 5 …….(18sts)
Start stuffing and continue as you go.
R16: sc 5, [dec] 4x, sc 5………………(14sts)
R17: [sc 5, dec] 2x………………………(12sts)
R18: [dec] 6x……………………………… (6sts)
Break yarn and pull out the yarn tail.
Stuff generously. Sew remaining stitches closed. Do not weave in all ends.

First mid mane

Using yarn D
R1: sc 4 into magic ring……………..(4sts)
R2: [sc1, inc] 2x………………………… (6sts)
R3: sc 6…………………………………….   (6sts)
R4: [sc 2, inc] 2x………………………… (8sts)
R5-6: sc 8 (2 rounds)………………….(8sts)
R7: [sc 3, inc] 2x………………………… (10sts)
R8: [sc 4, inc] 2x………………………… (12sts)
R9: [sc 5, inc] 2x………………………… (14sts)
R10: [sc 6, inc] 2x……………………….(16sts)
R11-15: sc 16 (5 rounds)……………(16sts)
Start stuffing and continue as you go.
R16: [sc 6, dec] 2x…………………….. (14sts)
R17: sc1, [sc 1, dec] 4x, sc 1………(10sts)
R18: [dec] 5x……………………………… (5sts)
Break yarn and pull out the yarn tail.
Stuff generously. Sew remaining stitches closed. Do not weave in all ends.

Second mid mane

Using yarn E
R1: sc 4 into magic ring………….(4sts)
R2: [sc1, inc] 2x………………………(6sts)
R3: sc 6…………………………………. (6sts)
R4: [sc 2, inc] 2x……………………..(8sts)
R5-6: sc 8 (2 rounds)………………(8sts)
R7: [sc 3, inc] 2x……………………..(10sts)
R8: [sc 4, inc] 2x……………………..(12sts)
R9: [sc 5, inc] 2x……………………..(14sts)
R10-13: sc 14 (4 rounds)………..(14sts)
Start stuffing and continue as you go.
R14: sc1, [sc 1, dec] 4x, sc 1…..(10sts)
R15: [dec] 5x……………………………(5sts)
Break yarn and pull out the yarn tail.
Stuff generously. Sew remaining stitches closed. Do not weave in all ends.

Last mid mane

Using yarn F
R1: sc 4 into magic ring…………(4sts)
R2: [sc1, inc] 2x……………………..(6sts)
R3: sc 6………………………………… (6sts)
R4: [sc 2, inc] 2x…………………….(8sts)
R5-6: sc 8 (2 rounds)……………..(8sts)
R7: [sc 3, inc] 2x…………………….(10sts)
R8: [sc 4, inc] 2x…………………….(12sts)
Start stuffing and continue as you go.
R9-10: sc 12 (2 rounds)…………(12sts)
R11: [dec] 6x………………………….(6sts)
Break yarn and pull out the yarn tail.
Stuff generously. Sew remaining stitches closed. Do not weave in all ends.

Horn

Using yarn C
R1: sc 4 into magic ring…………(4sts)
R2: [sc 1, inc] 2x…………………….(6sts)
R3: sc 6 ……………………………….. (6sts)
R4: [sc 2, inc] 2x…………………….(8sts)
R5-6: sc 8 (2 rounds)……………..(8sts)
R7: [sc 3, inc] 2x…………………….(10sts)
Break yarn and pull out the yarn tail.
Stuff lightly. Do not stitch up.

Assembly
  1. Assemble tip of body to base of head
  2. Secondly, stitch all the manes to the head starting from the front mane.
  3. Thirdly, stitch the horn to the front mane
  4. Next, stitch the ears to either side of the mane
  5. Stitch the legs to all corners of the body, with hooves pointing outwards
  6. Stitch the tail to the butt
  7. Finally, stitch on the wings to the body

Tiny Rabbit Hole – Free Amigurumi Pattern Tokidoki Unicorno Stellina

Hope that you like our pattern! Do share your creations with us by tagging @tinyrabbithole and the hashtag #TinyRabbitHole on Facebook or Instagram, we’d love to see them!


Copyright

Tokidoki is a Japanese-inspired lifestyle brand created by Italian artist Simone Legno, together with business partners Pooneh Mohajer and Ivan Arnold.

The creation of Stellina is inspired by tokidoki and the amigurumi pattern was created by Angie Ng of TinyRabbitHole.com. All our patterns are copyrighted to Tiny Rabbit Hole and are for personal use only. Our patterns (in whole or in part) may not be reproduced, distributed or resold, translated, published, altered, shared or posted (for sale or free) over the Internet or offline. 

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6 Comments

  1. Wendy
    7 months ago

    Hello, any idea where can I get the Patons yarns in Singapore? I love the 100% cotton yarn and do hope to find them locally. ‭

    • 7 months ago

      Hello Wendy, unfortunately Patons 100% cotton yarns are not sold in Singapore. Only the cotton-acrylic mix is available at spotlight. You may visit their site to purchase it 😊 knitpatons.com

      • Wendy
        7 months ago

        Yes I noticed only the acrylic-cotton mix is available in Spotlight.. 😔
        I love the 100% cotton! It is so soft and shiny. I didn’t know Patons ships to Singapore. I’ll go have a look! Thank you!

        On a side note, I love the Stellina you made. It is so adorable. 😍

        • 7 months ago

          Thank you so much Wendy! Do share with me after you’ve made it!

          Yep those patons yarns are a gift from patons. I received 2 sets of it so I’m pretty glad to give away 1 set to share the joy!

  2. Es muy bello. 😍