12 Adorable and FREE Crochet Bunny Patterns of 2024

| Original: March 01, 2022

Did I tell you that my crochet adventure started off with a set of crochet amigurumi bunnies? If you've ever gone to read my about me page, you'll know that my interest in crochet started off with a set of amigurumi wedding bunnies that I got as a wedding gift.

When you Google search, "Free Crochet Bunny Patterns" there's an unlimited number of crochet bunny patterns out there. Today, I'm going to share with you some of my favorite hidden gem amigurumi bunnies that you might not even know about!

And you know what the best part is? All these crochet patterns are FREE!

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Floppy Stuffed Bunny by 1 Dog Woof

Floppy Stuffed Bunny Crochet Pattern

This is an adorable classic floppy bunny that every child must have growing up. I've made this floppy bunny once and I actually bought more yarn to make another one because I ended up giving that one away.

The curly yarn was actually not as difficult to work with as you would think and the results of the final amigurumi bunny were as loveable as a JellyCat bunny!

Fleece Bunny by All About Ami

Fleece Bunny Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

This is another cuddle-size amigurumi fleece bunny that I adore! While I have not had a chance to crochet this bunny, I can tell just by looking at the photos that the yarn is very soft and plush. This is the reason why I started exploring faux fur yarn to make amigurumi stuffed animals.

Velvet Bunny Amigurumi by Crochet for You

Velvet Bunny Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

Velvet yarn is another great choice for making amigurumi stuffed animals. The crochet stitches are still visible, which makes it easier to work with, but the final product is just as soft and plush as working with other specialty yarns (i.e. faux fur, fleece, and homespun). This velvet amigurumi bunny will surely bring a smile to your little one.

Mini Amigurumi Bunny by Loops and Love Crochet

Mini Amigurumi Bunny Crochet Pattern

These mini amigurumi bunnies are adorable and designed by a dear friend of mine (Amanda of Loops and Love Crochet). They come already dressed. So no naked bunnies in the house!

Classic Amigurumi Bunny by Once Upon a Cheerio

Classic Amigurumi Bunny Crochet Pattern

This is one of my first crochet designs. Like many other amigurumi crocheters out there, sewing the pieces together is the bane of my existence.

So to help reduce the amount of sewing, the head and the body of the amigurumi are crocheted all in one piece. While it doesn't mean that this amigurumi is no-sew, it's at least "less-sewing".

Kawaii Easter Bunny by Hooked on Patterns

Kawaii Easter Bunny by Hooked on Patterns

Create some cute kawaii-style bunnies with this free crochet bunny pattern! These little bunnies are simple yet adorable. They are also quick and easy to crochet, so you can make Easter gifts for all of the kids!

Hug Me Bunny Lovey by Nicole Chase

Hug me Bunny Lovey Crochet Pattern

Every baby needs a lovey and let's make it a handmade crochet amigurumi bunny lovey. My BB is already 6 years old (omg how did she grow up so fast!), but she started off with a stuffed bunny security blanket just like this one.

She still carries it around with her and sleeps with her at night time. She's loyal to her bunny and her bunny is loyal to her.

Some Bunny in the Hood by Once Upon a Cheerio

Hoodie Bunny Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

This amigurumi hoodie bunny is one of my very first designs but still proves to be one of my most popular designs on the blog. Growing up in high school, I lived in hoodies. Actually, I still do.

Who doesn't want to lounge around in their hoodie all day? This handmade bunny certainly does.

Also fun fact: In parts of Canada (i.e. Saskatchewan, hoodies are known as a bunnyhug!)

Miffy Bunny Amigurumi by Lovely Craft

Miffy Bunny Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

Does anyone else remember Miffy growing up? This little bunny that always had an X for a mouth was one of those characters that could be mistaken to be part of the Sanrio crew.

Her simple lines reminded me of Hello Kitty. Little did I know, Miffy is actually created by a Dutch artist, but has made itself quite popular in East Asian countries like Japan and Korea.

Bonny Bunny Surprise by Trifles and Treasures

Bonny Bunny Surprise Play Set Crochet Pattern

This Bonny Bunny Surprise crochet pattern would make an amazing Easter playset! You can store the crochet bunnies and the rest of the play pieces like the grass and log inside the crocheted egg carrying case. Makes it easy to carry around and take out and play!

Crochet Bunny by Sarah Dee Crochet

Crochet Bunny Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

Watch out for your carrot garden! This is one of the more realistic-looking amigurumi bunnies I've seen. Depending on what kind of mood to build at home, this adorable amigurumi bunny will fit in just right with your Peter Rabbit nursery d├ęcor.

Pocket Pal Bunny by Darling Maple Designs

Pocket Pal Bunny Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

These fluffy-looking pocket pal amigurumi bunnies look so soft and likely to fit in your pocket for the occasional hugs and kisses if your pocket is big enough! And if you make them in different colors and put them in a basket, you might mistake them to be Easter eggs!

Did you enjoy this round-up? Which ones are you going to make? Do you have an amigurumi bunny crochet pattern that I should know about? Let me know in the comments below!

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