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Floral Unicorn Embroidery Pattern

Today I have a pretty unicorn embroidery pattern to share with you.  She has a floral wreath and multi-colored hair that was so fun to stitch.  Since my “Bloom” embroidery stitch-along did so well, I decided I will be filming another one for this pattern.  This pattern is a  little more complicated than the “Bloom” hoop, but still doable.  If you are beginner, I do recommend trying the “Bloom” hoop first though.  Go here to see step-by-step video instructions to stitch this hoop.

Free Floral Unicorn Embroidery Pattern!(This post may contain affiliate links, which means I may receive a commission, at no extra cost to you, if you click a link and purchase something that I have recommended.)

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To stitch this floral unicorn embroidery pattern you’ll need:

  • 6 inch embroidery hoop
  • white linen fabric
  • DMC embroidery floss – DMC 4215, 3078, 3755, 340, 554, 645, 3609, 826, and 368.
  • carbon paper (I also like to use the gray pen out of this pack to transfer parts that I know will be covered.  Iron to make it disappear.)
  • felt for backing (optional)

Floral Unicorn Embroidery Pattern

I really love the color-changing thread that I used for the unicorn’s hair.  It was so fun to stitch and see what color was going to come next.  I got really excited every time it changed to dark blue.  Haha!  Make sure to use small stitches to get around those curves.  All parts of the unicorn are done with a split stitch except for the lines on the horn.

Floral Unicorn Embroidery Pattern

I matched some colors from the color-changing thread to make the flowers.  I used woven wheel and satin stitches for those, along with french knots (my favorite).  The larger leaves are fishbone stitches, and the smaller ones are a satin stitch.

Floral Unicorn Embroidery Pattern

Floral Unicorn Embroidery Pattern

I really love how this unicorn embroidery pattern turned out, and I hope you enjoy it too.  Go here to see how to back your embroidery hoop with felt.

Floral Unicorn Embroidery Pattern

See the first video in my stitch-along below, or click here to see the entire playlist on YouTube.  Also, check out my other hand embroidery designs for more inspiration.  I’ve got lots of free embroidery patterns!

 

Take a look at these other embroidery projects:

Bloom Hand Embroidery Pattern

Mermaid Embroidery Hoop Pattern

How to Back and Embroidery Hoop with Felt

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jodi

Monday 6th of September 2021

I subscribed but the link to the exclusive patterns isn't working, says site cannot be reached. Please advise

Jessica @ Cutesy Crafts

Wednesday 29th of September 2021

Send me an email at jessica@cutesycrafts.com

Cheryl Bu

Wednesday 15th of May 2019

Hi! Thanks for the cute pattern! I purchased all the same colors of floss as you used. I noticed that the floss for the unicorn hair is different in that there are only 2 strands. Am I supposed to separate the strands and then insert into the needle? Or do I just thread the needle with both strands intertwined together? Having them intertwined together seems really thick and I'm having difficulty getting through the fabric. Just wondering if I should keep going. Thanks!

Jessica @ Cutesy Crafts

Wednesday 15th of May 2019

Ooh, that doesn't seem right. The floss I used for the hair was just regular embroidery floss. I wonder if I made a mistake or if DMC changed something.

Peggy

Wednesday 3rd of April 2019

I have been looking for the free pattern for the Unicorn and I can not seem to find it .... I love this design and I want to put it on a tee shirt for my Granddaughter.. Can You help me ??

Jessica @ Cutesy Crafts

Saturday 6th of April 2019

Did you sign up for my newsletter? Once you do that, you'll get a link to my download page. If you need help, send me an email at cutesycrafts@hotmail.com, and I'll make sure you get it figured out. :)

Rachel

Friday 29th of March 2019

Love this pattern! I was able to download the pattern but it when I open it the only picture has all the writing on it for how to do the stitches. Am I missing something or is there a download that has the plain outline of all the entire picture. Like on that you would use to transfer on to fabric.

Jessica @ Cutesy Crafts

Sunday 31st of March 2019

How are you transferring the pattern? I usually trace mine by hand with a pen, so I don't have to worry about the extra lines and instructions. Send me an email, and I can give you the pattern without the markings.

Julie

Sunday 17th of March 2019

I subscribed and can’t find the pattern. Am I missing it somewhere?

Jessica @ Cutesy Crafts

Thursday 21st of March 2019

You should have gotten and email with a link to confirm. Then you'll get another email with a special link to my embroidery pattern library. If you don't, email me, and I'll help you out.

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