Unicorn Crochet Pattern: Mittens

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Unicorn Crochet Pattern: Mittens

Sometimes the weather gets a little dark and dreary during the cold months. Crochet is great for that, with its bright colors and fun designs. And what's more fun and happy than unicorns? This unicorn crochet pattern for cozy, warm mittens will brighten up your life for sure.

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Unicorn Crochet Pattern for Adult Mittens

Colorwork for Unicorn Crochet Pattern

This is a fair isle crochet pattern, creating color work that's sophisticated and chic. The single crochet stitches for these mittens are worked in the center 'V' of each stitch, which results in the split single crochet (ssc) or waistcoat stitch. It helps the colorwork in crochet line up a little bit better.

Unicorn Crochet Mitten Pattern

Working Crochet Mittens in the Round

The Unicorn Crochet Pattern for these mittens is worked in the round continuously to avoid an unsightly seam. There is a video tutorial on a similar mitten design to help guide you through the main parts of the construction. Check out the Squirrel Crochet Mittens and the Deer Crochet Mittens to give you a sense of that.

Fair Isle Crochet Mittens with Unicorn Pattern

Unicorn Crochet Mittens Video Tutorial

I always thinks that it helps people to have a video tutorial to go with their patterns. If you have a question, sometimes just seeing it done through video can help you through that part. Therefore, I created a video tutorial for this unicorn crochet pattern.

The Crochet Hook

The Furls Candy shop Series is a perfect pop of rainbow to match your mittens. They are very similar to the Furls Alpha Series which are handmade wood luxurious crochet hooks.

I really enjoyed using this one for the smaller colorwork stitches. The thing to remember about hooks is that they are never one size fits all, or one type fits every project. For colorwork with fingering weight yarn, this has become my favorite.

Check out my guide to choosing crochet hooks.

The Yarn for This Unicorn Crochet Pattern

The yarn is the most important part to the look of these mittens. The WeCrochet Chroma Fingering yarn has some excellent colorways. I think I found the perfect combination for these mittens, but I could also see them in other colorways as well. Or if you wanted solid colors contrasting colors there will still be a dramatic pop. I just like this because it has that rainbow effect which is whimsical like the unicorn itself.

Unicorn Crochet Pattern: Mittens

Unicorn Crochet Mitten Supplies:

Crochet Hook:

size F (3.75mm), or hook to obtain gauge


Removable stitch markers if needed
Yarn needle to weave in ends


WeCrochet Chroma

70% Superwash Wool, 30% Nylon
Color A: Grey (1 ball)
Color B: Groovy (1 ball)


410 yds per mitten pair (1 ball or approx
205 yds of each color)


Ch - chain
Blo - back loop only
Rnd - round
sl st - slip stitch
ssc - split single crochet
ssc2tog - split single crochet 2 together
St(s) -stitch(es)


21 sts by 25 rows = 4 inches square, worked in the round and in split single crochet


One Size Adult
Width: 4.25 inches
Length including cuff: 10 inches

Skill Level:

Intermediate/Advanced Colorwork

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