How to make a Waldorf Inspired Wool Felt Unicorn
We’ve been making the most magical Waldorf inspired wool felt unicorn in the Sewing Circle. There is something so special about creating with beautiful materials which brings me so much joy.
I had so much fun designing this pattern for our Waldorf inspired wool felt unicorn – playing with a few different features to include! From the beautiful hand dyed wool felt and the textured mane, to the wet felted wool alicorn (Did you know that a unicorn’s horn is called an alicorn? I certainly didn’t!). I had so much fun creating these.
I used a mixture of yarns and other fibres to create my unicorn’s magical mane and tail. I recommend having a look at what you already have at home… or take trip to your local yarn/ wool store and see what treasures await you!
If you have some white wool yarn you can dye this in the same way as I dye sheets of wool felt in days one & two of the Magical Wool Felt Workshop. For the dye, you can use food colouring or try avocado skins/pits for a peachy pink or blue/purple cabbage for shades of blue or purple!
Take a little peak at the process of creating this magical creature below…
I’d love to teach you to make one of these beautiful creatures. The full video tutorial, pattern & material list can be found inside the Sewing Circle, our membership filled with hands sewn treasures for a magical childhood and a community of like minded women!
Our circle opens to members twice a year – you can jump on the waitlist here!
Hi I’m Natalie,
I teach mothers to hand-sew treasures for a magical childhood while delighting their own creative spirit!
My ebook Magical Birthdays for Children: A guide to creating wholehearted & mindful celebrations has offered inspiration & creativity to thousands of parents around the world.