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The Lazy Pony & The Grumpy Unicorn


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Here we have a lazy pony called Tony and a grumpy little unicorn called Hubert. Why is Hubert grumpy, I hear you ask? Well first of all, this particular teenage boy unicorn happens to be very pink. Just how is a poor unicorn supposed to impress that cute pegasus girl when he's as pink as can be? AND named Hubert? Seriously, what were his parents thinking? If only he was a cool steely grey like his uncle Reginald, then things would be different. Or at least had uncle Reginald's name. Now there's a proper noble name for a mighty unicorn, sure to impress any cute pegasus. Not at all silly. Unlike Huuuubert. But no, that wasn't to be. This little guy is pink Hubert. A very grumpy pink Hubert. ----- The PDF pattern includes many pictures and easy to follow, row-for-row instructions for how to knit a lazy pony called Tony and a grumpy unicorn called Hubert. The two creatures partially share the same pattern. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY The knitting is done both flat and in the round, with the stitches knit, purl, right lifted increase and knit/purl 2 together. GAUGE 24 stitches and 28 rows = 10x10 cm / 4x4" in stockinette stitch (DK weight) SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Unicorn: 15 cm / 6" tall (DK weight yarn) Pony: 12 cm / 4 3/4" tall (fingering weight yarn)

Recommended with this pattern

  • double-pointed knitting needles (3.5 mm - US 4 - UK 9-10 for Tony and size 4 mm - US 5-6 - UK 8 for Hubert recommended)
  • yarn suitable for your needles (cream, purple and a bit of black for Tony, pink, purple and a bit of black for Hubert)
  • stuffing

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Morrgan's Creatures
Morrgan's Creatures
Taught by my mother and grandmother, I’ve been knitting for as long as I can remember. I love designing all sorts of animals and other creatures. It’s fun and the best way I know of to relax!