10 Free Crochet Bunny Amigurumi Patterns

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If you love bunnies and crochet, then this is the perfect post for you. We’ve rounded up 10 free crochet bunny amigurumi patterns for you to choose from, so you can make your very own furry friend to keep in your arms and your heart. Whether it’s for yourself, a friend, a family member or a special someone, this is the perfect way to share the love. Not to mention, amigurumi is a great way to explore your creative side and have fun. So, let’s get to it and explore these 10 free crochet bunny amigurumi patterns for you to bring to life!

If you love bunnies and crochet, then this is the perfect post for you. We've rounded up 10 free crochet bunny amigurumi patterns for you to choose from, so you can make your very own furry friend to keep in your arms and your heart. Whether it's for yourself, a friend, a family member or a special someone, this is the perfect way to share the love. Not to mention, amigurumi is a great way to explore your creative side and have fun.

10 Free Crochet Bunny Amigurumi Patterns

Designed by ChiWei Ranck this classic stuffed bunny was crocheted with Super Bulky Weight Yarn and an 8 mm (L) crochet hook.

Classic Stuffed Bunny

Designed by ChiWei Ranck this classic stuffed bunny was crocheted with Super Bulky Weight Yarn and an 8 mm (L) crochet hook.

Designed by Mari-Liis Lille these adorable amigurumi bunnies were crocheted with DK Weight Yarn [3] and a 2.5 mm crochet hook. They are 6 inches tall when complete.

Amigurumi Spring Bunnies

Designed by Mari-Liis Lille these adorable amigurumi bunnies were crocheted with DK Weight Yarn [3] and a 2.5 mm crochet hook. They are 6 inches tall when complete.

Designed by Lauren Espy these adorable chubby bunnies were crocheted with Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 3.5 mm crochet hook. They are 4 inches wide and 5 inches tall when complete.

Amigurumi Chubby Bunny

Designed by Lauren Espy these adorable chubby bunnies were crocheted with Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 3.5 mm (E) crochet hook. They are 4 inches wide and 5 inches tall when complete.

Designed by Jen Hayes this adorable Bunny Egg was crocheted with Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 3.5 mm (E) crochet hook.

Bunny Egg Pattern

Designed by Jen Hayes this adorable Bunny Egg was crocheted with Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 3.5 mm (E) crochet hook.

Designed by Erangi Udeshika this adorable Velvet Bunny was crocheted with Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 5 mm (H) crochet hook. The finished softie measures 13.5 inches tall.

Velvet Bunny Amigurumi

Designed by Erangi Udeshika this adorable Velvet Bunny was crocheted with Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 5 mm (H) crochet hook. The finished softie measures 13.5 inches tall.

Designed by Sweet Softies the Sakura Kimono Bunny was crocheted with Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 3.25 mm (D) and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook. The bunny pattern is available from Furls Crochet.

Sakura Kimono Bunny

Designed by Sweet Softies the Sakura Kimono Bunny was crocheted with Worsted Weight Yarn [4] and a 3.25 mm (D) and a 4 mm (G) crochet hook. The bunny pattern is available from Furls Crochet.

Adorable Baby Bunny Amigurumi Pattern

Adorable Baby Bunny

Designed by Oombawka Design Crochet this adorable Baby Bunny was crocheted with Sport Weight Yarn [2] and a 3.25 mm (D) and a 2.25 mm (D) crochet hook. The finished bunny measures 3 inches X 2.25 inches in size.

Designed by Sweet Softies this super cute Easter Bunny was crocheted with Aran Weight Yarn [4] and a 2.75 mm (C) crochet hook.

Ellie the Easter Bunny

Designed by Sweet Softies this super cute Easter Bunny was crocheted with Aran Weight Yarn [4] and a 2.75 mm (C) crochet hook.

Designed by Erica Dietz these Long Legged Bunnies were crocheted with Aran Weight Yarn [4] and a 4.25 mm (G) crochet hook. When complete this bunny measures 13 inches tall.

Long-Legged Bunny

Designed by Erica Dietz these Long Legged Bunnies were crocheted with Aran Weight Yarn [4] and a 4.25 mm (G) crochet hook. When complete this bunny measures 13 inches tall.

Just a Little Bunny - ODC - Free Pattern Oombawka Design

Little Bunny Pattern

Designed by Rhondda Mol this Little Bunny was crocheted with Aran Weight Yarn [4] and a 3.5 mm (E) crochet hook. When complete this bunny measures 17 inches tall. You need 1 ball of Bernat Pop Yarn for this project!

Crochet Bunny Patterns. Free Pattern Roundup. Oombawka Design crochet.

Update: 2023 This original crochet bunny post was written in 2014 and 2 of the wonderful bunny rabbit patterns (shown in the above collage image) are no longer available online. Some of the Designers have retired and removed their content and some have closed their crochet blogs.

I’ve indicated which ones are no longer available below and I’ve includes some additional crochet patterns you might enjoy since you popped over to visit on this old link you probably located on Pinterest 🙂

  1. Pot Belly Baby Bunny by Aleta Lyn
  2. Easter Bunnies by First Floor Crafts is no longer available (blog closed).
  3. Harvey Thumper, Easter Bunny Assistant by Sue Pendleton
  4. Amigurumi Cute Rabbit by Amigurumi Aşkına
  5. Funny bunny by Mari-Liis Lille (lilleliis)
  6. Lil’ Bunny Bookmark by Rachel Hoe (Little Yarn Friends)
  7. Crochet Easter Bunnies by Lisa Pocklington (Get Smitten)
  8. Mochi Bunny by Little Muggles
  9. The Boxy Skirt Bunny by Minazara    no longer available
  10. Easy Easter Bunny by Janette Williams (The Green Dragonfly)

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Thank you for visiting and be sure to check out all my Free Pattern Friday Roundups. I’ve been writing these posts for more than 10 years so there are thousands of free crochet patterns to choose from. Have fun!

Do you love the cozy and classic look of crocheted bunnies? Bunnies are one of the all-time favorite animals, so it’s easy to see why these bunny crochet amigurumi creations have become popular, especially among crafters of all ages. From Easter to springtime and beyond, these cute and fuzzy bunnies will be a welcome addition to any home – and now you can make your own with our selection of 10 free crochet bunny amigurumi patterns! From beginner-level to advanced, you’ll find a variety of options to suit your skill level and the time you have available. So grab your yarn and hook, and let’s get ready to get hoppin’! In this article, we’ll provide a roundup of the 10 free crochet bunny amigurumi patterns we found, so you can find the perfect one for your next crochet project.

If you love bunnies and crochet, then this is the perfect post for you. We've rounded up 10 free crochet bunny amigurumi patterns for you to choose from, so you can make your very own furry friend to keep in your arms and your heart. Whether it's for yourself, a friend, a family member or a special someone, this is the perfect way to share the love. Not to mention, amigurumi is a great way to explore your creative side and have fun. So, let's get to it and explore these 10 free crochet bunny amigurumi patterns for you to bring to life!

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  1. Hi Kathie, Thank you for letting me know. I double checked online and it doesn’t appear anywhere else from that Designer. Ravelry is showing she has Retired and removed her patterns. It is sad this one isn’t available. It is super cute. Wishing you the very best, Rhondda

  2. # 9 is no longer available on Ravelry. Boxy skirt bunnies. 🙁

  3. Hi Jan, If you paste the url of the pattern you want to have into the printfriendly website you can print or save a copy of almost any page off the internet for free and without adding a program (other than adobe reader which is always required to view PDF documents). If you are trying to print one of my patterns from this specific site, at the top I have included a print button to make it easier for you to print or save yourself a copy. Here’s printfriendly’s link so you can get the other pattern you were trying to save: https://www.printfriendly.com/ and where it says “Copy & Paste a URL and Click Preview” is where you would paste the URL of the pattern or post so for example https://web.archive.org/web/20150312052345/http://amigurumiaskina.blogspot.ca/2013/11/amigurumi-tombik-tavsan-yapls-amigurumi.html? can be pasted into that spot and then you can Print or save a PDF copy of the post for yourself. Hope this helps! Rhondda

  4. To download, you have to add a program…..this is a BAD deal. Why can’t we just get the patterns????

  5. Hi Jan, Just click on the title of the pattern you want to visit (they are listed by number under the image) and it takes you directly to the other website where the pattern is available. I’ve gone through and double checked the links. #1 and #2 are no longer available. They have closed their blogs and removed their patterns from the archive as well. The rest of the pattern are available and the links all work. Hope this helps! Rhondda

  6. None of the patterns open……I really am interested in them, especially #1.

  7. Hi! Link for the bunny in 4th picture is not working. It says that the blog has been removed