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Make a Felt Stick Unicorn for Your Little Princess

DIY_Felt_Stick_Unicorn I have a gorgeous pile of wool blend felt here in my studio that has been calling my name for the last few months. I am starting off my felt project series with a second version of the felt stick horses that I made almost a year ago but this one has a little white horn. Of course every little princess needs a unicorn to ride, right? For this version I used a blanket stitch with pink embroidery thread to add a little handmade detail. For the mane of the unicorn, the felt version of the horses was not quite right so instead I found this silky fringe in the wedding section of the fabric store to make the luxurious mane. One yard of fringe is plenty for each unicorn since I doubled it for a thicker mane. For the stick I bought a 1/2 inch dowel at the home improvement store and had it cut to 36 inches. Though the bare wood looks great, I painted my stick white before I started my project. You will find a great selection of wool blend felt from Benzie Design on Etsy. For this project I used a 12×18 piece of white. While you are ordering your unicorn felt, you may want to get some pretty colors for the matching felt and lace crown I will be sharing the tutorial for next Wednesday. (I used oats in 12×18, blush, pink, pistachio in 9×12). I have included the pattern for the unicorn below with a full set of step-by-step instructions on how to assemble the project. If you prefer using a sewing machine over the blanket stitch, you can use the tutorial from the stick horse and add the horn. Cheers! ~ Lia

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  1. Hello there, I have made unicorn by your instruction. My little girl just love it. Thank you for sharing.

  2. I am making this for my granddaughter’s 4th birthday, however I am having great trouble finding the fringe. Two large fabric stores and Michael’s….no luck. Help! I love the fringe size and look on the one you made.

  3. This is beautiful!! for sure I’ll be making that crown for my daughter. I love getting your emails full of ideas with love and happiness

  4. Wonderful!

  5. this is about the most darling tutorial EVER!!! thank you so much for sharing

  6. Cute, Cute, CUTE!!!!!… Thanks for this wonderful idea… <3

  7. Bonjour, j’ai découvert votre site il y a quelques mois et c’est un immense plaisir de recevoir vos idées géniales un grand merci

  8. These look just as great as I imagined they would when you told me your plans! Bravo!

  9. Lia, there’s something wrong with the pdf file.

  10. So sweet–would love to see a tutorial for the lovely crown too!

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