Whether it’s springtime, Christmas time, or the height of summer, crochet can always come in handy. One of the best ways to show your crochet abilities is by venturing an amigurumi project. Once you see how many cute free crochet patterns there are, you’ll see just why people love to make these as both gifts, decor, and cuddle buddies. And what’s more cuddly than a bunny?
These free patterns are accessible to everyone – all you need to do is pick the color you want and gather your supplies for a fun activity. From floppy eared bunnies to pocket-sized pals, here’s a list of the best free crochet bunny patterns available.
1. Posey the Bunny Lovey
“Loveys” are little crochet projects that have the head of an adorable animal with a cuddle blankie body. They make for great gifts for newborns, as they’re easy to make and customizable.
This free crochet pattern takes bunny loveys to a new level. With cute sleepy eyes and restful paws, babies and toddlers will go gaga over this gift. Hopefully, it will also help incentivize them to take a nap!
2. Snuggly Crochet Bunny
There are many ways you can customize a crochet pattern, but if you’re not experienced enough to free hand, then take a look at this alternative pattern for a crochet bunny lovey. It consists of a very simple square topped with a very lovable bunny head–and that’s it! The pattern calls for only the most basic stitches, so it’s very beginner-friendly.
3. Another Lovey Bunny
This pattern not only makes an adorable and cuddly crochet bunny, but it serves as a template for all your creativity. If you follow it directly, you’ll end up with a bunny ready for hugs, with long pointy ears and an undeniable chevron crochet blanket body. With a little creativity, you can turn it into a bear, puppy, mouse – whatever you desire!
4. Hug Me Bunny
Like all the other bunny loveys, this pattern is easy to do for beginners, and results in an adorable and lovable project. It makes a great gift for the newborns in your life. Since this pattern is topped with a bow, we can’t help but think it’s perfect for a baby girl!
5. Classic Bunny
Crochet projects aren’t just for cuddling new born babies. Sometimes they can also help us feed our inner childlike creativity.
If you’re just beginning on your amigurumi journey, this classic bunny offers a great introductory pattern. There’s only the need for two types of stitches, and you’ll need to learn how to make decreases (another easy method once you get the hang of the hook). The end result? This adorable bunny that you’ll be proud to show off!
6. Classic Bunny with Floppy Ears
This pattern brings another twist on a classic crochet bunny. With big long floppy ears, huggable limbs, and that tell-tale fluffy tail, you’ll love the end result on this free crochet pattern. If you follow it exactly, you’ll find that it’s big enough to cuddle, which makes a great gift for all the little people in your life!
7. Totte the Bunny
If you’re looking for a bit of bunny personality, then check out the pattern for Totte. Totte is ready for the day in his overalls and carrot bag, and oh-so-fashionable with his striped shirt and scarf. It’s relatively easy to make, but there are a lot of elements that will come in handy if you’re a little more experienced. The best part: this crochet pattern is free!
8. Spring Ragdoll
For a more abstract take on a crochet bunny rabbit, try this spring ragdoll crochet pattern. She exudes a sense of calm, but wears bright flowers on her body as an ode to a spring that is in bloom. It’s a pretty easy pattern to follow, so even beginners can feel confident they’ll get a masterpiece of a crochet project!
9. Huggable Bunny
This kooky bunny looks a little different than the rest of his crochet rabbit friends. The blocky body makes it a very simple pattern for beginners to make. It’s also somewhat larger than may of the other patterns–which is exactly what makes it so huggable! Once you’re all finished, use your embroidery skills to stitch on a facial expression of your choosing, and enjoy the cuddles that your project delivers!
10. Sweet spring bunnies
Springtime can be synonymous with bunnies, but most importantly it’s a time for baby bunnies. These adorable little bite-sized crochet bunnies are so small that they can come together quick and easy. Once you make one, you’ll see how easy they are too make, and want to venture into a whole brood of crochet baby bunnies!
11. S’mores Bunny
If you’re someone who loves crocheting outside the lines, you’ll love this pattern for a s’mores bunny. It’s fairly simple to do, but you will be working in the round from a magic ring. There’s no body here, just two graham crackers and some chocolatey hair that transform the cute bunny face into a delectable marshmallow. Cute enough to eat!
12. Velvet Bunny
While you can certainly make any bunny crochet pattern with any sort of yarn you like, this pattern was made with velvet yarn. The result is a super soft plush bunny with huggable arms and legs and an adorable nose, that looks quite a lot like the most huggable bunny of all: the velveteen rabbit.
13. Crochet Floppy Eared Bunny
One of the best things about bunnies is their floppy ears. If that’s what you think of when you think of them, then this free crochet pattern is for you. No matter the color you choose, you’ll be dazzled by the lovable nature of this adorable bunny, who likes to sit on tables as much as cuddle up in bed. One of the best crochet bunny patterns!
14. Cube Bunny
For those who like geometric patterns, try this free bunny crochet pattern that creates consistent, stackable, and adorable bunny rabbits. This pattern comes in three different sizes, so that no matter what your vision is, you can make it come to life. Follow the bunny pattern to completion by adding a little carrot at the end; the perfect accessory for every bunny rabbit!
15. Pocket Bunny
The ultimate in teeny tiny amigurumi comes to life here with this free bunny crochet pattern. It follows very simple instructions with very basic stitches, and since it’s so small, you can have it come to life in hardly any time at all! Once you make one, you’ll want to go back again and do it in another color.
16. Romantic Bunny
This free crochet pattern makes a very dapper bunny rabbit holding a bouquet of flowers. It’s an adorable spring-time personification of these cuddly little friends. This pattern is made even easier to follow given it has explanatory photos, very helpful for when you’re new and want to check your progress.
17. Sweet dress-up bunnies
Bite-sized but with a lot of class, this free crochet bunny pattern makes little bunnies with big personalities! The total project will fit in the palm of your hand, but the really fun comes when you decide to dress them up like a little doll. Some suggestions? A bow tie, a summer dress, or a flower crown can all make these bunnies into well-dressed little buddies.
18. Tall Bunny
There’s something very charming about a bunny that can stand on its own. While this crochet pattern might not include a set of stand-alone legs, you will be able to create a long bunny body of a confident crochet buddy.
19. Some Bunny in the Hood
If you appreciate a well-dressed bunny, then you’ll love this free pattern! This bunny prefers to wear casual sweatshirts instead of his Sunday best, so you can lounge around together in comfort. It comes together pretty easily, with all the components made separately and sewn together.
Layla is cute. She’s cuddly. And if you’re the one who is setting out to crochet her the best part is that the pattern is free! She’s a truly well-rounded bunny amigurumi, with long floppy ears and an adorable nose. This pattern is best for those slightly more experienced crocheters, but really anyone can follow along and create this great project.
21. Odie the Rabbit
Of all the bunny crochet patterns listed here, this one truly stands out as one of the most unique. It’s very easy to see why: instead of a cartoonish bunny, you get the pattern for a true rabbit. The realistic take on a snuggly companion will be a very unique project that you’ll enjoy making as much as you’ll enjoy the result.