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Shalby the Unicorn





       A sweet unicorn came from a wonderland to make your fond dreams come true.

Shalby is the most adorable unicorn you will ever lay eyes on! He is Crocheted with beautiful colors and rosy cheeks, he will be sure to catch everyone’s eye!





It includes 1 PDF pattern, 17 pages with lots of pictures 
Super easy to follow and very quick to make, perfect for a last minute gift

Level: Beginner 


Crochet terms: US


Materials:
• 6 mm crochet hook 
• 6ply yarn (off-white, dark blue, rainbow colors of your choice)
• Safety eyes or black beads
• Tapestry needle to weave in ends
• Marker
• Scissors
• Fiberfill 
• Pink blush for cheeks

Approx. size if you used the same materials will be 44 cm/ 17"

you can find the finished toy here:



It will be perfect for your little ones nursery room or a sweet gift for a new mommy

he can be a perfect present for your sweetest girl in her birthday or for Christmas. if you want to make something else you can check our cute collection patterns of Toys/ amigurumi/ Dolls here:

Care instructions:Hand washing

The following methods are used: Crocheting in rounds, starting with a magic ring, making a chain. Single crochet stitch, decrease stitch

Copyright :This pattern is a personal use only
Don't duplicate, redistribute, resell or share this pattern or parts of this pattern.
Don't translate it to another languages.

You may sell finished product made from this pattern, but please provide a credit to Noga Crochet Store and list our shop link 
www.nogacrochetstore.etsy.com

If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask!

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