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Duncan the Unicorn Wrist Rest Pattern
Duncan the Unicorn Wrist Rest Pattern
Duncan the Unicorn Wrist Rest Pattern
Duncan the Unicorn Wrist Rest Pattern
Duncan the Unicorn Wrist Rest Pattern
Duncan the Unicorn Wrist Rest Pattern
Duncan the Unicorn Wrist Rest Pattern
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Duncan the Unicorn Wrist Rest Pattern

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Don't use a boring old wrist rest on your desk...invite Duncan to join you! This beautiful little unicorn would love to fly across your desk supporting your wrist. In fact - it's all he's ever wanted to do. So don't deny Duncan a purpose in life - grab your cotton yarn and this pattern created by One Zero Crochet and get making. This version was made using MOYA cotton DK for the body and various yarn scraps for tail and mane.

To get the maximum wrist support, we used glass beads placed inside a double layer of nylon pantyhose (seriously!). You'll only need a very small amount, as Duncan is very supportive even when not fully stuffed.

NOTE: I modified the original pattern and added a different mane and tail. Follow my version or choose your own.

  • Duncan's mane was manually threaded onto the top of his head, and secured with a simple knot (see pictures).
  • His tail was created using spirals of different lengths (depending on how much scrap yarn was available in each colour!). Spirals are made by making a chain and then doing 2 x DC in each ch. Quite surprisingly this just makes a spiral as you go!