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!
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.
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.
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.