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Unicorn C2C Pixel Graph

Unicorn Pixel Graph

JUNE 28, 2018

I am very excited to share the first graph of my 4 part unicorn graphgan! This first graph is a traditional unicorn. The other three sections include a Llamacorn, Caticorn and Puppycorn. There are so many different uses for these pixel graphs! You can crochet one section and hang it up as wall art. Or, you can crochet all of the unicorns and combine them together to make a unicorn graphgan, like I did.

My Unicorn was made using the C2C technique. I started in the bottom right corner. I use the traditional method of DC's and chain 3's.

Don't know how to crochet a corner to corner (c2c) graph? Watch my two part YouTube tutorial where I show you step-by-step how to crochet my Dog Emoji graph!

Dog Emoji Graph Tutorial
dog emoji graph c2c crochet pattern tutorial

Each pixel graph is 25x34 pixel squares. I used a H/5mm crochet hook. I highly recommend these Clover hooks. For this particular graph I used Red Heart Super Saver in Grey Heather, White, Black, Petal Pink, Pale Plum, Turqua, Minty & Lemon.

If you want to block your graph, you can use a crochet blocking board, such as this one:

CLICK HERE to download the Unicorn Pixel Graph

Color Chart

G= gray

B= black

W= white

PK= pink     

P= purple

BL= blue

GR= green

Y= yellow


-->Row 1:  1W (1)

<--Row 2:  1W 1G (2)

-->Row 3:  3G (3)

<--Row 4:  4G (4)

-->Row 5:  5G (5)

<--Row 6:  6G (6)

-->Row 7:  7G (7)

<--Row 8:  8G (8)

-->Row 9:  9G (9)

<--Row 10:  10G (10)

-->Row 11:  11G (11)

<--Row 12:  1W  11G (12)

-->Row 13:  1G  1B  4G  3B  3G  1W (13)

<--Row 14:  2W  5G  1B  6G (14)

-->Row 15:  1G  1B  4G  1B  8G (15)

<--Row 16:  16G (16)

-->Row 17:  7G  1B  5G  3PK  1G (17)

<--Row 18:  1G  4PK  13G (18)

-->Row 19:  8G  1B  4G  5PK  1G (19)

<--Row 20:  1G 5PK  14G (20)

-->Row 21:  15G  5PK  1G (21)

<--Row 22:  3G  3PK  2G  1W  13G (22)

-->Row 23:  6G  3B  4G  1PK  2W  5G  2W (23)

<--Row 24:  3W  4G  2W  2P  6G  1B  6G (24)

-->Row 25:  1W  5G  1B  6G  3BL  2W  2G  5W (25)

---------------------Begin DECREASE for WIDTH------------------------  

<--Row 26:  9W  4GR  11G  1W (25)

-->Row 27:  5G  1B  5G  5Y  9W (25)

<--Row 28:  15W  10G (25)

-->Row 29:  4G  1B  4G  7PK  9W (25)

<--Row 30:  9W  7P  1W  8G (25)

-->Row 31:  8G  1W  7BL  9W (25)

<--Row 32:  9W  7GR  2W  7G (25)

-->Row 33:  5G  1PK  1G  2W  7Y  9W (25)

<--Row 34:  18W  1G  2PK  4G (25)

---------------------Begin DECREASE for LENGTH------------------------

-->Row 35:  3G  3PK  1G  2W  6PK  9W (24)

<--Row 36:  8W  6P  2W  1G  3PK  1G  2W (23)

-->Row 37:  1W  1G  3PK  2G  2W  6BL  7W (22)

<--Row 38:  6W  6GR  3W  1G  3PK  1G  1W (21)

-->Row 39:  1G  3PK  2G  14W (20)

<--Row 40:  5W  4Y  5W  1G  3PK  1G (19)

-->Row 41:  1G  2PK  1G  5W  5PK  4W (18)

<--Row 42:  3W  4P  6W  2G  1PK  1G (17)

-->Row 43:  1G  1Pk  1G  13W (16)

<--Row 44:  2W  3BL  8W  2G (15)

-->Row 45:  1G  9W  3GR  1W (14)

<--Row 46:  12W  1G (13)

-->Row 47:  12W (12)

<--Row 48:  11W (11)

-->Row 49:  10W (10)

<--Row 50:  9W (9)

-->Row 51:  8W (8)

<--Row 52:  7W (7)

-->Row 53:  6W (6)

<--Row 54:  5W (5)

-->Row 55:  4W (4)

<--Row 56:  3W (3)

-->Row 57:  2W (2)

<--Row 58:  1W (1)

Use black yarn and a tapestry needle to sew on the eyelashes.


rnd 1:  join in corner and (ch-1, sc in same sp, ch-2, sc in same sp again) and continue this pattern for the sides: ch 2, sc in the space between each pixel square. In each corner you will sc, ch-2 and sc in the same sp again.

rnd 2: in first corner in the ch-2 space you will ch-3 and make 3 dc. In each ch 2 space on the sides you will make 3 dc. In the remaining three corners you will make 4dc in the ch-2 sp.

CLICK HERE to follow my C2C Border Video Tutorial

I hope you like my pattern. Please tag me on Instagram lovable_loops if you make your own!

All pictures and patterns are copyright to Melissa Hassler. You have my permission to make and sell products from my patterns but you must link back to my page.  You may not copy and post this pattern and claim it as your own. You may not re-publish photos and claim them as your own.

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