31 Adorable Free Crochet Bunny Patterns For Easter


In this blog post, you will see 31 adorable free crochet bunny patterns for Easter. 

Easter is around the corner, and it’s the perfect time to make little bunnies.

They are adorable and make exciting gifts for kids of all ages. 

Check out the list below to find your perfect bunny crochet pattern. 

31 Adorable Free Crochet Bunny Patterns For Easter

31 Crochet Bunny Patterns

Free crochet bunny patterns to get you ready for Easter!

All of these adorable amigurumi bunny patterns are free and beginner-friendly projects.

Look for your favorite yarn and get inspired.

Happy crocheting!

Crocheted Bunny Patterns

Crocheted bunnies are perfect Easter gifts, as they have a touch of whimsy and charm.

Crocheting bunnies can be a fun and relaxing activity that allows you to express your creativity and make something special for yourself or a loved one.

Plus, they can be enjoyed long after Easter is over, making them a timeless keepsake. 

In the list below, you will find projects for all skill levels; even a new maker can easily crochet Easter bunnies. 

There are also many bunny amigurumi patterns to try out. 

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What Is The Best Yarn For Crochet Bunnies? 

The best yarn for crocheting bunnies is typically a soft and plush yarn that adds a cuddly and huggable quality to the finished toy. 

Acrylic yarn is a popular choice due to its affordability, wide color range, and ease of care – it can withstand machine washing, an important factor for stuffed animals. 

Alternatively, cotton yarn is a natural and breathable option, while bamboo yarn offers a luxurious feel with an eco-friendly touch. 

Learn everything about yarn weights here Yarn Weight Guide {+ Conversion Chart}. 

Learn everything about yarn fibers here – Yarn Types Explained: A Guide To Different Fibers. 

What Is The Best Crochet Hook Size For Crochet Bunnies? 

The best crochet hook size for crocheting bunnies depends on the yarn weight you’re using and the desired finish size of the bunny. 

If you’re using a medium-weight yarn (worsted weight), a common range for crochet hooks is between 3.5mm to 5.5 mm hook, depending on your personal tension and the pattern’s recommendations. 

If you’re working with a bulkier yarn, you may need a larger hook, while a finer yarn might require a smaller hook. 

It’s crucial to check the recommended hook size on the yarn label.

Learn how to read a yan label here – How To Read A Yarn Label (Step By Step). 

You Also Might Need…

The most common supplies you might need to crochet a bunny are:

  • Stitch Markers 
  • Scissors 
  • Yarn Needle/Tapestry Needle
  • Polyester Stuffing/Polyfill
  • Safety Eyes

Crochet Lessons

If you are a beginner and need help with the crochet basics, check out the crochet lessons here – Crochet Lessons {With Video Tutorials}.

There, you will find tutorial posts for all the crochet techniques a newbie needs to know.  

Including how to hold a crochet hook, how to create a foundation chain (ch), single crochet stitches (sc), double crochet stitches (dc), treble crochet (tr), how to make a single crochet decrease (sc dec), and all the crochet abbreviations (in UK and US terms) a maker needs to know.  

Join The Handy Little Me Facebook Group to connect with more makers.

And if you need more video tutorials, check out my YouTube channel here – Handy Little Me – YouTube.

​Everything You Need To Know About Crocheting Amigurumi 

Can a beginner crochet amigurumi?    

Yes, a beginner can certainly learn to crochet amigurumi! 

Amigurumi refers to the art of creating small stuffed creatures or objects using crochet techniques. 

While some amigurumi patterns may involve more advanced stitches, there are plenty of simple and beginner-friendly patterns available.

How much yarn do I need for amigurumi? 

The amount of yarn needed for amigurumi projects varies depending on factors such as the size of the project, yarn weight, and personal crochet tension. 

Small amigurumi, like keychains or miniature toys, typically require less than 50 grams (1-2 ounces) of each color. 

Medium-sized projects, such as hand-sized stuffed animals, may need around 100 to 150 grams (3-5 ounces) for the main color, with smaller amounts for additional colors. 

Larger amigurumi, like big stuffed animals, could demand 200 grams (7 ounces) or more for the main color, plus smaller amounts for details.

What is the best crochet stitch for amigurumi?    

The single crochet stitch is widely considered the best and most commonly used crochet stitch for amigurumi projects. Its tight and dense nature creates a solid fabric, which is ideal for preventing stuffing from showing through and giving the finished amigurumi a smooth and polished appearance.

Learn how to single crochet here – How To Single Crochet (SC).

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