No-sew easy! Tweens can make a mag­i­cal uni­corn pil­low!

Here’s a pil­low that’s per­fect for the girl who loves shim­mer, sparkle, fan­tasy and uni­corns!

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1En­large pat­tern at 400%, then 320%; you will have to piece it. Your child cuts two each of en­tire head shape, horn and ear. She glues around edges of each, leav­ing bot­tom open, stuffs, then glues head and ear closed.

2Your

child cuts mane shapes, muz­zle and horn stripes from fabric in col­ors shown. She glues on. She glues in­ner ear to outer ear and glues about 1/2" of ear’s base to head, re­fer­ring to photo for place­ment.

3Your

child glues on horn, glu­ing its bot­tom edges to front and back of head. She glues gold rib­bon across muz­zle, adds black felt eye­lashes and smile. She glues pink rib­bon across neck, adds bow, adds blush to cheek, sticks or glues small gems, in match­ing col­ors, along edges of mane, adds large gems to bow and muz­zle, as shown.

De­sign: Re­becca Spohn (Sun­ny­brook­farm­stu­dio.com). Pho­tos: Cathy Olivucci/hbb; Jana Guothova/age fo­to­stock.

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