Amigurumi Bunnies Free Crochet Pattern

36 Adorable Amigurumi Bunnies for Hugging and Fun Plays

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Are you looking for another lovely amigurumi to do? That’s perfect because today we’re gonna show you sweet Amigurumi Bunnies!

Look at these cuties! They will be perfect as a gift for your little family member, for example, or as a home decoration for the coming Easter! Choose your favorite crochet banny pattern and start today! Follow us on our Facebook Fanpage and Pinterest for more creative ideas!

1. Floppy-Eared Bunny

  • Designed by Jillian Hewitt

This lovely and super-soft amigurumi bunny will become the best friend to your kids and you also. It’s so cool to squeeze it! And the floppy ears are so cute. Learn how to make it with a free crochet bunny pattern and give this toy for Easter or just without an aim.

crochet bunny free pattern

PHOTOS by @spinayarncrochet / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on spinayarncrochet.com, or read more about it on Instagram.

2. Little Bunny with Carrots

  • Designed by MJ Carlos

This little bunny with yummy carrots will be a wonderful interior toy and look lovely on the shelf. But you can also make it as a gift for Easter or a baby’s birthday. It crochets with a free bunny amigurumi pattern. It shows your openness and care as it is ready to share the most loved crunchy carrots with others. It’s all about friendship.

amigurumi bunny free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by MJ Carlos / helloyellowyarn.com

Find the original free pattern on helloyellowyarn.com.

3. Crochet Bunny

  • Designed by passionatecraft2

It’s big! really big and soft crochet bunny that everybody will adore! Make it with a free pattern and prepare it as a gift for Easter or just in case. Every child will be happy to have such a cozy friend. But why only children — adults as well.

free crochet bunny pattern

PHOTOS by passionatecraft2 / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on passionatecrafter.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

4. Spring Bunny

  • Designed by Amigurumi Today

This spring bunny is absolutely adorable! And you can make one for yourself with a free crochet pattern! I like the idea of making underwear for the amigurumi toy to have the possibility to change its clothes. It’s a great idea!

free crochet amigurumi bunny pattern

PHOTOS by @amigurumitoday / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on amigurumi.today.

5. Betty Bunny

  • Designed by Abigail Sui

If you present this lovely amigurumi bunny to a little girl, she will be happy to have such a toy. If you give it to an adult girl, she will love such a beautiful interior piece. When you crochet it with a free pattern, you will have fun. Enjoy!

free crochet bunny Amigurumi pattern

PHOTOS by Abigail Sui / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on abigurumii.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

6. Amigurumi Rabbit

  • Designed by Tomoko Hori

Do you love rabbits? Create a small talisman and take it with you everywhere. This tiny amigurumi rabbit looks lovely and will bring you joy whenever you see it. Create this pocket softie with the free video tutorial, and may it bring you good luck.

free crochet Rabbit Amigurumi pattern

PHOTOS by Tomoko Hori / ravelry.com

Find the original free video tutorial on YouTube, or read more about it on Ravelry.

7. Crochet Bunny Holding The Heart

  • Designed by Natalia Ruzanova

This amigurumi bunny with heart is a wonderful gift to your beloved people. Give them your heart and love; this lovely bunny will remind them of you daily. The finished toy size is 16-18 cm. It can be taller or smaller depending on yarn and hook size. And here is a quick idea for you: add other accessories to his paws and change the message.

free amigurumi bunny crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Natalia Ruzanova / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

8. Bunny Couple

  • Designed by Lim lenn

Look at these cuties! A couple of lovely 12 cm bunnies could be a perfect wedding gift or gift for an anniversary. You can make them bigger or smaller by taking the different thicknesses of yarn and hook size. Follow the link below the photo and get a free amigurumi bunny pattern.

free amigurumi bunny crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Lim lenn / ravelry.com

Find the bunny boy’s original free pattern on Ravelry and the bunny girl’s original free pattern on Ravelry.

9. Zipzip Bunny Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Elif Tekten

If you are looking for a fast, fun project, Zipzip Bunny is perfect choice. They remind me of simple retro teddy bears, which we all love. It’s easy to make even for beginners, and works up in just two hours, so it’s a great last minute gift. Make them into newlyweds by adding little veil and bowtie, and you have wedding gift ready to go! 

Zipzip Bunny free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by ElifT. 2017 / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

10. Mini Bunny Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Roxy Crochet

I’m sure this lovely Mini Bunny will totally warm your heart! Am I right? He’s really tiny and wants to be yours! So take grey yarn and start making bunny today! You can make it into a key ring, a gift for your child or whatever you want! In addition to that, this pattern is totally beginner friendly!

Mini Bunny free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Roxy Crochet / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

11. Bruna, The Bunny Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Carla Mitrani

This lovely little bunny’s name is Bruna! She has a lovely bow on her head and a dress of the same color! What’s more, thanks to fluffy yarn, is really pleasant to the touch. Look at this pattern and start today, I’m sure this pattern will amaze you!

 Bruna, the bunny free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Carla Mitrani / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on blog-amourfou-crochetenglish.blogspot.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

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12. Floral Easter Bunny

  • Designed by Zoe Bartley

Floral Easter Bunny will be a perfect decoration for coming Easter, don’t you think? This pattern will show you not only how to make a cute bunny, but also a variety of flowers for his miniature flower crown. Floral Easter Bunny is a project perfect for intermediate. And you can for instance gift them to your kiddos!

 Floral Easter Bunny free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Zoe Bartley / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on zoecreates.co.uk, or read more about it on Ravelry.

13. Little Easter Bunnies Free Crochet Pattern

  • Designed by Joanne Jordan 2016

Little Easter Bunnies with funny big noses will look perfect in your dining room or garden for example, especially during the Easter. Take a few colored yarn and make a whole colorful family of Little Easter Bunnies, because they looks really cute! Make sure to make these amigurumi bunnies for your kiddos! Moreover, these bunnies will make a lovely gift for kiddos!

 Floral Easter Bunny free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Joanne Jordan 2016 / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

14. Floppy Ear Bunny

  • Designed by Shelly Venter

These adorable amigurumi bunnies are delicate and incredibly cute. And just look at these adorably floppy ears! If you’re looking for a soft and cute bunny, you’ve just found the right one! The finished size is size is 18″ from head to toe and 11″ while sitting.

Floppy Ear Bunny

PHOTOS by Shelly Venter / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

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15. Mento and Rosie

  • Designed by craft.tin.love

Mento and Rosie are a cute pair of bunny friends, that love to run around the forest and play with other animals! These two are really just beyond adorable. What’s more, they work up quickly, so you can make your own bunnies in no time!

Mento and Rosie

PHOTOS by @craft.tin.love / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on Instagram. The top photo is here, and the bottom photo is here.

16. Cute small amigurumi Bunny

  • Designed by Ezerioszka – handmade

Who wouldn’t want these sweet bunnies in the pictures below as two little plushes or a sweet addition to the kiddos nursery? You can gift such bunny for instance for Valentine’s Day to your sweetheart or a kiddo in your family as a birthday gift. What’s more, this pattern is definitely beginner friendly!

Cute small amigurumi Bunny

PHOTOS by Ezerioszka – handmade / ravelry.com and Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry. The top photo is here.

17. BoBunny

  • DESIGNED by Kat Grierson

These adorable bunnies in the pictures below are absolutely the sweetest. What’s more, this pattern is worked in rounds with simple and intuitive slip stitch to join at the end of each round. So if you want to surprise your kiddo / grandkiddo with a sweet toy, definitely give this pattern a go!

BoBunny

Photo is by Kat Grierson / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

18. Usako the Wishing Bunny

  • DESIGNED by Autumn Leaflet

Usako is a lovely bunny, that’s intended to bring you luck and happiness. Autumn Leaflet really did an amazing job with this pattern! What’s more, you can easily crochet this bunny with just yarn scraps, so it won’t take you much time or energy. The finished size is 14.5 cm (5.7 in) tall and the length with the bow, so it’s a sweet little toy for kiddos. 

Usako the Wishing Bunny

Photo is by Autumn Leaflet / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

19. Pretty Bunny Amigurumi in Pink Dress

  • DESIGNED by amigurumi.today

Look at this cute pair of bunny friends in the pictures below! They were made by amigurumi.today and are absolutely the sweetest. So if you’re looking for a birthday gift idea, keep in mind, that handmade toys are cherished forever (and definitely more eco friendly if you use natural yarn).

Pretty Bunny Amigurumi in Pink Dress

Photo is by amigurumi.today / amigurumi.today.com

Find the original free pattern on amigurumi.today, the photos are here.

20. Spring Bunny Pattern

  • Designed by amenagerieofstitchesblog

Spring is already here, and Easter is going to be with us very shortly! Take a look at the pictures below and fall in love with these little bunnies! They are the cutest and softest crochet spring bunnies ever! What’s more, you can easily make these with yarn scraps.

Spring Bunny Pattern

PHOTOS by amenagerieofstitchesblog / amenagerieofstitchesblog.com

Find the original free pattern on amenagerieofstitchesblog.com.

21. Bria Bunny Pattern

  • Designed by Deveter Brown

Easter is just around the corner, finally, right? And what better way to embrace the blooming season then to crochet an incredibly cute amigurumi bunny? Bria is a playful and very sweet bunny, always munching on fresh, crispy carrots. And she will be the best gift for kiddos!

Bria Bunny Pattern

PHOTOS by theloopylamb/ Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on furlscrochet.com, the photos are here.

22. Bunny Squish

  • Designed by Tamara Kelly

This cool bunny in the pictures below is a supper cute and cuddly fellow, that will make your kiddos so happy! It can be used as a toy, or a pillow! It’s very squishy and made with velvet yarn, so it’s also soft and nice in touch. The finished size is 10” across.

Bunny Squish

PHOTOS by Tamara Kelly / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on mooglyblog.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

23. Cute Bunny

  • Designed by yammi_art

This sweet little bunny in the pictures below will be the perfect gift for your loved ones or your baby. It’s completely safe and looks just adorable, don’t you think? It’s the ideal little friend for a toddler and a bit older kiddo.

Cute Bunny

PHOTOS by yammi_art / Instagram.com

Find the original free pattern on Instagram.com, the top photo is here, and the bottom photo is here.

24. Mila the Bunny

  • Designed by Danielle Lee

This sweet little Bunny in the pictures below will be your kiddo’s best friend! It’s the perfect little Bunny, that’s simply timeless and so classic! Feel free to make her different dresses and hats to make the play even more fun! Just remember to replace plastic eyes with embroidery.

Mila the Bunny

PHOTOS by Danielle Lee / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on etsy.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

25. Sofia the Rabbit

  • Designed by Malgorzata Lizak

Sofia is a classy and elegant rabbit, that loves to attend tea parties and is very keen on taking a walk to the part! In other words, you have to crochet Sofia and gift her to your kiddos / grandkids! She will be the ultimate reminder of childhood!

Sofia the Rabbit

PHOTOS by Malgorzata Lizak / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

26. Keiko the Bunny

  • Designed by Cara Engwerda

Keiko the Bunny is a short, sweet bunny who adores Easter. So much so that she’s dressed up as an egg for this year’s Easter egg hunt, complete with a large lilac bow. Keiko is a beginner amigurumi (crochet) pattern written in English and using US (American) terminology.

Keiko the Bunny

PHOTOS by Cara Engwerda / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on etsy.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

27. Crochet Easter Bunny

  • Designed by creatingme

It’s the cutest Crochet Easter Bunny pattern! This is a free pattern, and I’m obsessed with the little bent ear – how adorable is that?! It’s such a cute bunny with a pom pom tail and a lace ribbon bow. The pattern is very simple to learn and works up quickly.

creatingme

PHOTOS by creatingme/ creatingme.com

Find the original free pattern on creatingme.com, or read more about it on windingroadcrochet.com.

28. Spring Bunny

  • Designed by Grace and Yarn

With this beginner-friendly Spring Amigurumi Bunny Pattern, you can add a pop (and hop!) of color to your Spring decor! The finished bunny stands about 8.5 inches tall and is in a sitting position. It’s worked in the round, with the body and head being worked as a single piece.

Spring Bunny

PHOTOS by Grace and Yarn / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on graceandyarn.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

29. Bunny Friends

  • Designed by Go Handmade

A wonderful idea both as a gift and just as a home decoration to brighten up your space! This crochet bunny is very interesting, and you won’t get bored! This crochet toy pattern is easy to follow and print-friendly. Think no more and download it for free!

amigurumi bunny free crochet pattern

PHOTOS by Go Handmade / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on gohandmade.net, or read more about it on Ravelry.

30. Hoppy the Bunny

  • Designed by huong nguyen

This crocheted bunny will work great as a decoration for your bag or backpack, but it’s so beautiful that you can just display it anywhere. Its small size allows you to use this crochet toy in many different ways. This piece is crocheted with a 2.5 mm crochet hook and lightweight yarn. Download the printable PDF crochet pattern and get started!

crochet bunny amigurumi

PHOTOS by huong nguyen / ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on aquariwoolcrochet.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

31. Ruby Rabbit Beginner Crochet Toy

  • Designed by Yarnspirations

Bunnies are one of the most iconic crochet toy designs. Not only are they on every child’s wish list, but they’re also a must for crocheters of all levels. This is a beginner-friendly project that can teach you how to use basic crochet techniques to create a stunning piece. It’s also a great project for experienced crafters looking for something to do without a lot of thinking. Download the free step-by-step PDF pattern and get started today!

a man holds three big plushie crochet bunnies

PHOTOS by Yarnspirations / yarnspirations.com

Find the original free pattern on yarnspirations.com.

32. George The Giant Bunny

  • Designed by Premier Yarns

This giant indoor crochet toy is sure to become your family’s favorite indoor toy. All it wants is to hug you and cheer you up after a long, stressful day. Place him in the living room right on the sofa so he can share the coziness with everyone. To crochet this bunny, just follow the easy instructions in the free pattern. It’s available for free on the original website.

giant blue crochet bunny sitting on the chair

PHOTOS by Premier Yarns / premieryarns.com

Find the original free pattern on premieryarns.com.

33. Big eared Bunny

  • Designed by Swecraftcorner

Children and adults alike love to receive toys as gifts. This crochet bunny pattern gives you the opportunity to cheer up your loved ones with a handmade creation. Besides, it will be a development for you because the project will teach you a lot of useful techniques. Just check the materials needed and feel free to follow the toy pattern.

Two pictures of a little girl holding adorable amigurumi bunnies.

PHOTOS by Swecraftcorner / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on swecraftcorner.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

34. Little Lop Bunny

  • Designed by Erica Dietz

Such a tiny crocheted toy will brighten up your office and could also become an eye-catching bag decoration. The winter hat adds to the mood of the piece and means it can go on your gift list. If you’re still looking for interesting ideas to keep your hands busy over the holidays, this is it. All you have to do is follow the pattern carefully and everything will go smoothly.

Two amigurumi bunnies wearing hats in crocheted pictures.

PHOTOS by Erica Dietz / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on 5littlemonsters.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

35. Baby Bunny Amigurumi

  • Designed by Crossmanknits

A fun bunny for the little ones! If you’re looking for a safe toy for your baby, look no further. Easter is coming and it’s just the right time for bunny crochet. The pattern is easy to follow and suitable for crocheters of all levels. It comes in PDF format and includes 11 pages of instructions with step-by-step photos.

Crocheted amigurumi bunny pattern.

PHOTOS by Crossmanknits / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

36. Sleepy Bunny

  • Designed by Yarnful Days with Anna

This crochet bunny is an indoor toy perfect for both hugging and displaying somewhere in the house. The design is great for Easter, but it’s cute enough to be used all year long. It’s also a great baby toy, both safe and soft. The pattern is interesting to work with, so don’t miss out if you like to make toys. The finished piece is about 25 cm long.

Two pictures of amigurumi bunnies.

PHOTOS by Yarnful Days with Anna / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

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