I’ve tried to keep the tutorials as simple as possible, so hopefully you didn’t have too much trouble. Still I’m sure some of you will be happy to hear that the hardest parts are officially behind us. The wings are the only piece left that may prove to be a tiny bit difficult (due to all the curves), but some of you won’t even need to make those. Today’s tutorial will also be optional for those of you who aren’t making unicorn or alicorn characters. But they’re still cute, and you can always use this pattern to add horns to unicorn or narwhal plushies later!
You can then stitch your new horn directly onto your hoodie, or to a piece of elastic to create a headband.
I’m still trying to figure out the logistics of attaching a hair clip without the horn tilting off to one side or the other, but if anyone has an idea they think would work I’d love to hear it! So far my attempts have been quite sad, but I’ll be sure to let you know if I figure out a system that works. Trust me. You don’t even want to hear about my version involving plastic canvas and a yogurt container. 😉
My Little Pony Sew-along Links
|Pony Costume Supply List||Day 7 – Pants Pattern|
|Day 1 – Hoodie Pattern||Day 8 – Basic Sweatpants|
|Day 2 – Attaching the Mane||Day 9 – Pony Tail|
|Day 3 – Zipper Installation||Day 10 – Pegasus Wings|
|Day 4 – Attaching the Hood||Day 11 – Cutie Marks|
|Day 5 – Ears||Day 12 – Hairstyle Options|
|Day 6 – Unicorn Horn||Spike the Dragon Pattern Pieces|