Crochet Rainbow Unicorn Free Crochet-A-Long- Part 4



Crochet Rainbow Unicorn Free Crochet-A-Long- Part 4

In part 4 we will be making the horn and working the border around each motif.

Make sure you have read the introduction to this Crochet-A-Long, you can find it here.

If you missed the first part of this Crochet-A-Long, you can find it here.

If you missed part 2 of the Crochet-A-Long you can find it here.

If you missed part 3 of the Crochet-A-Long you can find it here.

Difficulty

Easy

Crochet abbreviations

Ch- Chain

Ss- Slip stitch

Dc- Double crochet

Htr- Half treble

Tr- Treble

Dc dec- Double crochet decrease

Htr dec- Half treble decrease

Tr dec- Treble decrease

St- Stitch(s)

R- Round/Row

Materials list

Refer back to Crochet Rainbow Unicorn Free Crochet-A-Long- Introduction

Crochet Information

When a row starts with 1ch, it does not count as 1dc.

When a row starts with 1ch, it does not count as 1htr.

When a row starts with 2ch, it does not count as 1tr.

Horn

Foundation round- 4ch, ss into the first ch made to form a ring.

Round 1- 1ch, 6dc into the ring, ss into the first tr made at the beginning of the round, end off. (6dc)

Round 2- 1ch, 1dc into the first dc, 1dc into the next 5dc, ss into the first tr made at the beginning of the round, end off. (6dc)

Round 3- 1ch, 1dc into the first dc, 1dc into the next 2dc, 2dc into the next 1dc, “1dc into the next 1dc, 2dc into the next 1dc” repeat from “_” twice in total, ss into the first tr made at the beginning of the round, end off. (9dc)

Round 4-5- 1ch, 1dc into the first dc, 1dc into the next 7dc, ss into the first tr made at the beginning of the round, end off. (9dc)

Round 6- 1ch, 1dc into the first dc, 2dc into the next 1dc, “1dc into the next 2dc, 2dc into the next 1dc” repeat from “_” twice in total, ss into the first tr made at the beginning of the round, end off. (12dc)

Round 7-8- 1ch, 1dc into the first dc, 1dc into the next 11dc, ss into the first tr made at the beginning of the round, end off. (12dc)

Round 9- 1ch, 1dc into the first dc, 1dc into the next 2dc, 2dc into the next 1dc, “1dc into the next 3dc, 2dc into the next 1dc” repeat from “_” twice in total, ss into the first tr made at the beginning of the round, end off. (15dc)

Round 10-12- 1ch, 1dc into the first dc, 1dc into the next 14dc, ss into the first tr made at the beginning of the round, end off. (15dc)

Round 13- 1ch, 1dc into the first dc, 1dc into the next 3dc, 2dc into the next 1dc, “1dc into the next 3dc, 2dc into the next 1dc” repeat from “_” twice in total, ss into the first tr made at the beginning of the round, end off. (18dc)

Round 14-16- 1ch, 1dc into the first dc, 1dc into the next 20dc, ss into the first tr made at the beginning of the round, end off. (18dc)

Round 17- 1ch, 1dc into the first dc, 1dc into the next 4dc, 2dc into the next 1dc, “1dc into the next 5dc, 3dc into the next 1dc” repeat from “_” twice in total, ss into the first tr made at the beginning of the round, end off. (21dc)

Round 18-30- 1ch, 1dc into the first dc, 1dc into the next 23dc, ss into the first tr made at the beginning of the round, end off. (21dc)

End off after round 30.

Border around motifs 

With white join into any long dc

R1- 1ch, 1htr into the

same dc as you joined in, “1htr into the next 5dc, 3htr into the next 6dc” repeat from “_” until you have finished the round, end off. For each motif, you will repeat it a different number of times depending on the motif.

Work the border around each motif you have made.

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