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. The videos for this pattern aren’t up yet, but you can subscribe to my blog here or my YouTube channel here to see when they are done.
To stitch this floral unicorn embroidery pattern you’ll need:
- free pattern
- 6 inch embroidery hoop
- white linen fabric
- DMC embroidery floss – DMC 4215, 3078, 3755, 340, 554, 645, 3609, 826, and 368.
- carbon paper (or something else to transfer design)
- felt for backing (optional)
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.
I matched some colors from the color-changing thread to make the flowers. I used wagon 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.
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