The 20 Most Adorable Crochet Bunny Patterns

Adriana Maronese  - March 15, 2020

Spring is such a lovely season! Apart from allergies, it brings lots of beautiful things. Days are longer and warmer, flowers start to blossom and, depending on where you live, you may start seeing cute little bunnies here and there. That’s definitely my favorite part!

There weren’t many bunnies around where I grew up. I’m from a tropical country so it was more common to see macaws and sloths than any other animal. But ever since I moved to Europe I see them everywhere and I love it!

So here’s a collection of my 20 favorite crochet bunny patterns.

01

Little Crochet Bunny

This adorable Easter bunny is so easy to make and is simply adorable! The pattern includes instructions on how to make a flower bouquet, but you can get creative and add any other prop if you prefer.
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
02

Pumpkin, The Bunny

Here’s an easy and fun project for the weekend! I love how the belly is sticking out. This is a bunny who knows how to live life at its fullest!

Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
03

Cube Bunny

An out-of-the-box version of a bunny! This fluffy little guy is super easy to make and the pattern is available for free. There are also different alternatives to this basic pattern that will allow to make a kitty, a puppy, a birdie, a batty or a piggy.
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
04

Rey, The Little Bunny

A rather sophisticated little rabbit. But don’t worry! The pattern is easy to follow and the results are amazing! You can play with different colors or accessories to make your own custom version.
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
05

Some Bunny In the Hood

I tried this pattern myself and it came out amazing! I gave it to my mom as a present and last year she put it on the Christmas tree. That’s how much she loved it!
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
06

Pocket Bunny

These pocket bunnies are incredibly beautiful and are the perfect gift for friends, a special someone, family members or even a present for yourself. After all, everyone needs a pocket bunny to brighten their day! 🙂
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
07

Bunny And Carrot

A teeny tiny bunny on a carrot. What a cutie! This project is great for beginners and the pattern is available for free. The perfect spring decoration for your home.
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
08

Wilbur, The Bunny

Wilbur is such a handsome little bunny! He loves the outdoors and enjoys spending time collecting flowers. His favorite ones are daisies, not only for their beauty but also for how good they taste.
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
09

Lora, The Instagram Bunny

#NoFilterNeeded for this one! Lora loves taking pictures and posting them on social media. She has thousands of followers and dreams about becoming an influencer some day and inspire millions.
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
10

Crochet Bunny Lovey

This bunny security blanket is the perfect gift for newborns! An adorable first friend and companion for that little special someone in your life. It doesn’t include any buttons or parts that can be swallowed, so it’s completely safe for babies.
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
11

Snuggle Bunny

This is a simple, and yet lovely, design. A classic crochet bunny that can be given as a present to children in Easter or used as home decor. This crochet bunny is easy to make and is suitable for beginners. 
Size: Large
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
12

Ragdoll Inspired Love Bunny

Nothing says “I love you” more than this adorable bunny. You can play with colors and different appliques. I would personally love to make a version one with a multi-colored yarn.
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
13

Bruna, The Bunny

Here’s a great project for rainy days. The tones and the textures in this design work really great together. This would be the perfect complement in any little girl’s bedroom.
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
14

Nibble Nibble, Hop Hop

This crochet bunny provides a twist on the classical Easter eggs. It’s a fun and colorful project. The crochet toys can be given to children as gifts or used to decorate your Easter table. And if it has a chocolate surprise inside, even better!
Size: Small
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
15

Baby Bunny

This baby bunny just opened its eyes and is ready to conquer the world. A beautiful design and a project suitable for beginners. Can’t wait to make mine!

Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
16

Bunny Butt Backpack

Why leave your crochet bunny at home when you can carry it on your back? A beautiful design, perfect for kids and growns-ups as well!

Size: Large
Difficulty: Intermediate
Paid Pattern
17

Bunny Treat Bag

A bunny-shaped gift bag that can be filled with sweets, Easter eggs or even small toys. A great idea to surprise your family, friends and neighbors this spring!
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
18

Wonder Bunny

If you love Wonder Woman and bunnies, then this pattern is perfect for you! She might look cute, but this fierce bunny is ready to fight evil and to show the world who’s boss.
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Intermediate
Paid Pattern
19

Rabbit And Fox

An inseparable pair! These two enjoy doing everything together and share the most profound bond. The pattern is very detailed and easy to follow. It includes step-by-step instructions as well as process pictures to guide you.
Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Paid Pattern
20

Two-Legged Rattle Bunny

What a unique crochet design! The bunny is easy and fun to make. The pattern is available in both Spanish and English. 

Size: Medium
Difficulty: Easy
Free Pattern
About the author

Adriana Maronese

I taught myself how to crochet a few years ago and haven’t been able to stop since then. I created this platform to help passionate crocheters like me feel inspired to create more. Because I truly believe life without art would be just boring.
To practice any art, no matter how well or how badly, is a way to make your soul grow, for heaven’s sake. So do it.” – Kurt Vonnegut

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