Crochet bunny tutorial- Free amigurumi bunny pattern

Whether you need to crochet a bunny for Easter, a baby shower, or just a Birthday, there is never a wrong time for an easy bunny pattern like this one. Only needing about 90grams of yarn, you can easily make this bunny for any occasion.

You can make this amigurumi bunny from any yarn of your liking. It can be a tiny rabbit made from 4ply cotton to fit in a baby’s hand or make it with big plush blanket yarn for a cute snuggle buddy in bed.

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This crochet bunny is a real mash-up between a couple of my favorite patterns. I used the body of the vintage bear and the feet from floppy-Flo. The ears are from the Yarn Over bunny; I only adjusted the length.

The Pattern

As I have mentioned in the beginning, you will only need about 90grams of yarn in total for this bunny pattern.
I used Elle cotton DK, grey for the bunny, and Kismet 50/50 for the little scarf around the neck.
You can find these yarns at any local yarn shop.
I used a 3mm crochet hook for this pattern. If you want to make a smaller rabbit, I would suggest using a 2.5mm crochet hook for 4ply yarn, and if you’re going to go bigger, using blanket yarn, move a hook size up to 5mm or 6mm.

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  • 3mm hook
  • scissors
  • stuffing
  • 12/14mm safety eyes (optional)
  • stitch marker
  • tapestry needle


  • SC: Single Crochet
  • DC: Double crochet
  • INC: INCrease
  • DEC: DECrease
  • SLP: Slip stitch
  • MC: Magic Circle

You will be working in the rounds with this pattern, so you will use your stitch marker at the beginning of each round.

free crochet bunny pattern

Crochet bunny pattern

The Head and body of the bunny are one piece. You will be starting with the head.



1: MC, 6 SC [6]

2: INC x6 [12]

3: (SC, INC) X6 [18]

4: (2 SC, INC) X6 [24]

5: (3 SC, INC) x6 [30]

6: (4 SC, INC) x6 [36]

7-8: SC in each stitch around [36]

9: (5 SC, INC) x6 [42]

10-12: SC in each stitch around [42]

Insert safety eye between 13 – 14 about 10 stitches apart- add the eyes before finishing off the head

13: (6 SC, INC) x6 [48]

14: (7 SC, INC) x6 [54]

15: SC in each stitch around [54]

16: (7 SC, DEC) x6 [48]

17: (6 SC, DEC) x 6 [42]

18: (5 SC, DEC) x6 [36]

19: (4 SC, DEC) x6 [30] 

Stuff the head.

20: (3 SC, DEC) x6 [24]

21: (2 SC, DEC) x 6 [18]

22: (SC, DEC) x6 [12] – Don’t cut yarn! stuff the remaining part of the head.

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When you come to round 28, stuff the neck little by little.

23-24: SC in each stitch around [12]


25: (SC, INC) X6 [18]

26: (2 SC, INC) X6 [24]

27: (3 SC, INC) x6 [30]

28-29: SC in each stich around [30]

30: (4 SC, INC) x6 [36]

31: (5 SC, INC) x6 [42]

32-34: SC in each stitch around [42]

35: (5 SC, DEC) x6 [36]

36: (4 SC, DEC) x6 [30] start stuffing the body, read note at end.

37: (3 SC, DEC) x6 [24]

38: (2 SC, DEC) x 6 [18]

39: (SC, DEC) x6 [12]

40: (DEC) x6 [6]

End with a slip stitch, leave a short strand, just enough to cross-weave the opening to close it.

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See photo above for the facial details on this bunny. 

I used soft white cotton thread for the details.

EARS: (Make two)


1: SC 5 in the MC [5]

2: INC x5 [10]

3: SC in each stitch [10]

4: (SC, INC) x5 [15]

5-6: SC in each stitch [15]

7: (2SC, INC ) x5 [20]

8-13: SC in each stitch around [20]

14: (2SC, DEC ) x5 [15]

15-20: SC in each stitch around [15]


Pinch the ear flat between your thumb and index finger and slip stitch across closing the bottom of the ear. End with a slip stitch, Leave a strand of yarn to sew the ears in the center on the top of the head.

Attach the ears on the side of the head using your yarn needle

free crochet pattern for a bunny

ARMS: (Make two)


1: MC, 6 SC [6]

2: INC x6 [12]

3-10: SC in each stitch around [12]

11: (SC, DEC) x4 [9]

Stuff the front of the paw.

12-17: SC in each stitch around [9]

Fold the arm opening in half and slip stitch across. Leave a strand of yarn to attach the arms to the side of the body. (Between round 25/27 at a 45-degree angle)

LEGS: (Make two starting at the paw)


1. MC, 6 SC [6]

2. INC x6 [12]

3. (SC, INC) X6 [18]

4-6: SC in each round [18]

7: (1 SC, DEC) x6 [12]

8-11: SC in each round [12]

12: SC in next 6 stitches, CH 1 turn your work [6] 

13: SC in next 6 stitches- starting from the stitch next to your hook, CH 1 turn your work [6] 

14: SC in next stitch, (DEC x 2), SC in the last stitch [4] 

15: SC on the side of the flap/ ankle, SC next 6 stitches (front of the paw), SC on another side flap, SC last 4 stitches on the back of the paw. [12]

Stuff the paw before you continue with the leg

16-20: SC in each stitch around [12]

Attach the leg to the side of the body. between rounds 38/39.

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1: MC, 6 SC

2: INC x6 [12]

3-5: SC in each stitch around [12]

End off and leave a strand of yarn to sew the tail to the body. Stuff the tail and attach it to the back of the bunny. Put the bunny in a sitting position to ensure you don’t sew the tail too low or high.

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1: Chain 20

2: DC in the 3rd stitch from the hook, 2x DC in the same stitch, 3 x DC in the remaining 16 stitches [51]

3: End off with a slip stitch, leave a strand of yarn, wrap the scarf around the bunny’s neck and use your yarn needle to attach the two sides together.

free amigurumi bunny pattern

And your crochet bunny is completed! If you have came this far to finish your rabbit, please join my FACEBOOK group to share your creations or tag me on INSTAGRAM @yarnoverwithnatasha

Even if this pattern is free it is still copyright protected by Yarn Over with Natasha. You are more than welcome to share the link to this pattern on social media. You may not post this pattern to your blog without my consent. You may not copy and sell this pattern.

You are more than welcome to sell the finished toy. Credit to me as designer will be highly appreciated.


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