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Crochet Bunny Pattern for Spring

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By Stephanie Jessica Lau

Nothing says spring like a kawaii amigurumi crochet bunny! Make them floppy-eared, and complete their look with a carrot or flower. These bunnies are the perfect addition to a handmade Easter basket or a special gift.

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Materials:

Beige or white yarn for the body – I used medium-weight yarn

Pink yarn for the flower – I used lightweight yarn

2.00 mm crochet hook, for the bunny and the flower

1.25 mm crochet hook, for the carrot

Yarn needle

Fiberfill

Brown or pink felt, for the feet

Patterned fabric, for lining of the ears

12 mm safety eyes

Brown or beige embroidery floss, for the nose and to attach the felt for the feet

Orange and green embroidery floss, for the carrot

Patten Springbunny Sideview

Spring Bunny Nose Tutorial

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Enjoy your crochet bunny!

Visit All About Ami for more detailed photos and tips on this pattern.


About the Author:

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Stephanie has been crocheting ever since she was a little girl. She has always had a great passion for crafts, from knitting and macramé, to beadwork and friendship bracelets. Stephanie discovered the beauty and joy of amigurumi, the Japanese art of knitted/crocheted stuffed animals after getting married. She started her amigurumi blog, All About Ami to document her projects and to share her photos and patterns with fellow crochet lovers around the world.

56 thoughts on “Crochet Bunny Pattern for Spring

  1. They’re just lovely and sooooo sweet! Congratulations for such a beautiful job and many thanks to the author, Stephanie!

  2. This bunny got me started on an amigurumi craze! Ever since I made this little guy for a friend, I’ve been getting requests nonstop for more! Thank you SO much for sharing this pattern.

  3. thank you so much for beautiful bunnies. I love crochet so much and i come from Thailand. If have someone from here love to be my friend please write me at m2mborisuth@yahoo.com
    thank you again.
    meaw thailand

  4. These are the best surface embroidery instructions I have ever found online. Thank you so much! You have answered so many questions for me!

  5. I am am beginner at crochet. I love these and want to try them but am confused on the size of hook. 2mm according to my chart is a not on my Susan Bates list which is the only crochet hooks I can find where I live. The hooks have letters on them. Can anyone help me with the correct size. The smallest I have is 2.25mm which says it is a B hook. Can that be right? It is so small!!!!!

    1. Depending on your yarn weight, you’ll want to go a couple hook sizes down to creat a tight weave. I’m currently making this with yarn on the upper end of worsted (medium) weight and a D hook. The heavier your yarn and larger your hook, the bigger your project will be

  6. Thank you so much for this adorable pattern, I just completed my first one,they are by far the cutest Bunnies out there.

  7. Thank you so much for this adorable pattern, I just completed my first one,they are by far the cutest Bunnies out there.

  8. I suppose you made these bunnies and today I finished one with your patterns and it is a cute bunny

  9. I am a Crochet beginner and I wished I could crochet something like that. It’s looks so hard . Its art

  10. Hello.
    I love your bunnys and I want to make it for my kids. But when I click on the pattern it doesn’t have all the detail, like how many chain and so on. So how can I find all the detail?
    Please help me by checking the website.
    Thank you
    Wasan

  11. this bunny is so cute !!!! thank you so much for the pattern. Some of my blog readers have asked me if I could translate your pattern in French (of course with a link to your blog). Since you are a magazine I assume it would not be possible to put the translation directly on my blog but perhaps I could provide you with the translation so that it can be available on your website? Please, tell me if it is possible and I will start working on it :) Best wishes, Gisèle

  12. Hi! I ove this pattern and would like to make a whole bunch of them for Easter this year, but whenever I try to download it it gives me a message that the file is damaged. How can I please get a copy of this pattern? Thanks – Marlene

  13. Could you please tell me is this a us or uk pattern please? Would love to try these! Thank you Gina

  14. hola no puedo descargar las instrucciones de como hacer los conejitos…. podrian enviarme un link para descargar.

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  16. Will not let me dL the PDF- “This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it.”
    The link is damaged or has been deleted or redirected. Please update! These are so cute; need the pattern!! Thanks :)

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