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Mini Maleficent Horns

So i'm not sure if I have ever mentioned this but Aurora was always my favorite princess as a little girl I even made a 3 in 1 shawl/ vest pattern because the color reminded me of her dress. You can get that free pattern here Then with the new movie Maleficent coming out I made yet another 2 patterns! Have you seen the free Cowl pattern I recently release? Free pattern here  As the pattern was being shared I saw several comments asking for a free pattern for the horns... Ask no more! These are smaller to make them easier to wear but i have instructions on how to customize!  
And because I am in the spirit of GIVING I am going to giveaway 2 balls of Vannas choice ( USA only sorry I can't afford the shipping anywhere else however when my youtube reaches 5 k I have sponsors to do a bigger giveaway!! so stay tuned!!!) To be entered to win just take a photo of yourself or child rocking out the horns from this pattern be sure to hash tag #chiqmaleficent and follow me @Crochetchiq so I can find you! 
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I will pick a winner on JUNE 18th 2014

Make a magic ring

*work in a continual round . use a contrasting color of yarn or a stitch marker

Vanna's choice or 4 ply yarn
 Use your preferred hook size.
I used a J because it was handy! if this is for a child that may pull on them use a smaller hook to make your stitches tighter.

when you increase  and decrease you can get the horns to twist. If you like the diameter you have you need to increase and decrease evenly. For eample in any given round you would have one decrease for every increase . Look at rounds 5-7, there are 2 increases and 1 decrease. this is to shape the horns and increase the diameter . Play around and have fun! 

Round 1
ch1, 5 sc
Round 2-3
on sc in each sc.
Round 4
2sc in the next 2 stitches, 1 sc in the last 3
Round 5-7
2 sc in the first 2, sc in the next 2, dec, then sc to the end of the round
Round 8-9
1 sc in each
Round 10
sc in the first 5, 2sc in the next 2, sc in the rest
Round 11 -13
  dec, sc in the next 3 2sc in the next 2,  sc in the rest
Round 14 and 15
1 sc in each

Now you can keep going and adding in increases if you want bigger horns. I stopped at round 15 and used bobby pins to attach to my hair.

To pin them I first sectioned off the middle of my hair.

I recommend using at least 2 bobby pins per horn.


  1. Love these!!!! Now i can try making the full sized horns!! Ill let you know if i succeed {^_^}

  2. Love love love sooooo perfect for ren faire


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