Cute Rabbits Free Knitting Patterns

14 Cute Rabbits Free Knitting Patterns

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Are you looking for a lovely spring pattern idea that will be perfect for Easter but also for everyday use as a beautiful decoration? Look at these Cute Knitted Rabbits knitting patterns, they are really cute! What’s more, they can also be a plush cuddly toy for your baby, isn’t that wonderful? Choose your favorite adorable knitted bunny and start today!

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1. Flat Knit Bunny

  • Designed by Gina Michele

The best Easter gift for kids or a present for any occasion is a soft toy that will become their friend and protector. This charming bunny is a perfect choice. It looks so homely, warm, and kind that you want to hug it and drag it everywhere. The knitted bunny pattern is free. So make one for your child.

big bunny free knitting pattern

PHOTOS by Gina Michele / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on gina-michele.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

2. Egg Bunny

  • Designed by Annie Ahn

Lovely knit egg bunnies are an excellent decoration for your home on Easter, a part of gifts decor, and props for the eggs hunt game. Use all your leftovers and release the place for new knitting projects with this free knitted bunny pattern. Have fun!

egg bunny free knitting pattern

PHOTOS by Annie Ahn / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

3. Mrs. Bunny Rabbit Tea Cozy Free Knitting Pattern

  • Designed by Susanlacewing

I don’t know about you, but I associate this pattern with Alice in Wonderland, probably thanks to the combination of rabbit and tea! Mrs. Bunny Rabbit Tea Cozy is really lovely and I hope that she will melt your heart. Don’t forget about cute ribbons!

Mrs. Bunny Rabbit Tea Cozy Free Knitting Pattern

PHOTOS by Susanlacewing / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

4. Miffy and her Balloon Free Knitting Pattern

  • Designed by knitterbees

This adorable rabbit is perfect for the smallest one. It’s made in vivid and cheerful colors, and what’s most important – it carries a balloon, which looks like the yellow sun! Miffy and her Balloon will fit perfectly for every little girl. You can always adapt the Miffy’s skirt and choose another color as you want!

Miffy and her Balloon Free Knitting Pattern

PHOTOS by knitterbees / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

5. Baby Bunny & Bunting Free Knitting Pattern

  • Designed by Churchmouse Yarns and Teas

This sweet Baby Bunny & Bunting will be perfect for babies in our life and the child in us all! It could be an adorable, tiny friend for a bigger teddy bear buddy, or just just as a cuddle toy. Moreover,  this Baby Bunny looks adorable tied to the package so it could be an amazing gift idea!

 Baby Bunny & Bunting Free Knitting Pattern

PHOTOS by Churchmouse Yarns and Teas / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

6. Easter Bunny Free Knitting Pattern

  • Designed by Claire Garland

Easter Bunny is perfect as an Easter decoration, but also as a lovely friend for your little family member. Just look at this picture, It’s amazing that this rabbit looks like a real one! If you prefer, you can use a different colour of the yarn, but it’ll be perfect if the colour is similar to real fur!

Easter Bunny Free Knitting Pattern

PHOTOS by Claire Garland / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

7. My White Bunny

  • Designed by Cheryx

Learn how to make this keychain bunny with a free knitting pattern and step-by-step photo instructions. The design is beginner-friendly, and it will take you just one hour to make your knitted bunny. It has an egg form, so you can decorate your home for Easter with this lovely toy.

knitted bunny free pattern

PHOTOS by Cheryx / cheryx.com

Find the original free pattern on cheryx.com.

8. Henry’s Bunny

  • Designed by Sara Elizabeth Kellner

This adorable knitted bunny is a perfect interior toy. It looks so natural and cozy and will look nice on the shelf or bedside table. It’s a simple project because the bunny knits in one piece, except the legs. Just follow the free pattern, and you’ll get this cutie soon.

bunny free knitting pattern

PHOTOS by Sara Elizabeth Kellner / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on Ravelry.

Do you love knit animals? Check also the Amigurumi and Toys section.

9. Buddy the Bunny

  • Designed by Emily Kintigh

Long arms and legs make this knitted bunny the perfect cuddly toy. We all need something cuddly to snuggle up to this winter and this cute toy could be the answer. Most of the pieces in this project are circular and the ears are flattened with garter stitch. The body, arms and legs have purl stitch details for extra texture. With lots of techniques used, this pattern is sure to take your knitting skills to the next level. Follow the instructions to get started.

Two pictures of a knitted rabbit stuffed animal featuring free knitting patterns.

PHOTOS by Knit Picks / Ravelry.com

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

10. Twiggy Bunny

  • Designed by Caterina Sullivan

If you’re looking for a quick project to occupy your hands and mind, this knitted bunny should be on your to-do list. Using simple knitting stitches, it will only take a weekend to complete. A handmade toy like this makes a great gift for children and adults alike. Plus, you can use your leftover yarn to work on small details. The step-by-step knitting pattern for this piece is free and easy to follow. Visit the original website and see how it works.

Free Easter bunny amigurumi pattern.

PHOTOS by Caterina Sullivan / Ravelry.com

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

11. Easter Bunny Lala

  • Designed by Ngoc Vu

A very detailed knitted bunny for your Easter decorations. This free knitted bunny pattern will allow you to make a high quality toy for decorative purposes. Since Easter is coming sooner and sooner, it’s a nice project to start with the beginning of spring. It doesn’t take much time, but it’s really interesting to make and will be great for knitters who want to move on.

Two pictures of a knitted bunny sitting in a box, perfect for those interested in free knitting patterns.

PHOTOS by Ngoc Vu / Ravelry.com

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

12. Giant Peep Bunny

  • Designed by Sarah E. White

This knitted bunny is extremely cozy and cuddly and will certainly brighten up your home. This knitted toy is great for hugging and napping on. The design is really simple and will appeal to everyone, including beginners. Since you will need a lot of stuffing, bring along yarn ends, scraps, and other materials to make it really unique.

Two pictures of a knitted bunny and a knitting needle.

PHOTOS by Sarah E. White / Ravelry.com

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

13. One Square Plush Bunny

  • Designed by Gina Michele

This cute knitted bunny is very easy to make and is suitable for all crafters, no matter what level you are at. It has a simple construction that allows you to make it in one evening without any stress. If you’re looking for something to occupy an extra hour of your free time, this project will definitely do the trick. Grab your needles and make it!

Handcrafted crochet bunny with a fluffy tail, accompanied by free knitting patterns, displayed on a wooden surface with foliage in the background.

PHOTOS by Gina Michele / Ravelry.com

Find the original free pattern on gina-michele.com, or read more about it on Ravelry.

14. Bunny Soft Toy

  • Designed by Louise Bollanos

Not just a simple decorative indoor toy, but a friend you can hug and sleep with. This knitted bunny is just right for kids, so if you’re a confident beginner looking for a project to develop your toy skills, this is definitely it. This knitted bunny pattern is free and easy to follow. Don’t miss the opportunity to get ready for Easter.

Handmade knitted bunny toy with green overalls against a plain background, featuring free knitting patterns.

PHOTOS by Louise Bollanos / Ravelry.com

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

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3 Comments

  1. Jeanie Mitch says:

    I only crochet, no knitting.

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