Cute Bunny


This easy crochet pattern only calls for one skein of yarn, it's that easy. Crochet a bunny for the Easter holiday or for a child's toy. This insanely cute crochet pattern would make an excellent baby shower or birthday gift for that special little one in your life. Use pink, blue, or yellow yarn, depending on the baby's gender. The crochet pattern for this Cute Bunny by Caron is surprisingly simple to follow. Once complete, there's no doubt this Cute Bunny will be cherished for years to come.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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Stuff animals are always a gift given to babies. This little bunny is a little large for a new baby but none the less, I am sure it will get a place in any nursery and be ready and waiting for baby when he or she is the right size to handle it. With that cute little face, I can see this cute bunny being dragged from room to room by the long ears.

This is a really cute Amigurumi pattern. If you can crochet in the round I am sure if you are even a beginner crocheter, you can make this adorable bunny. I have a first cousin expecting twins and I want to make her these. Right now she is aware that one is a boy and the other is a girl. I would love to give these on there first birthday. They could be the right age to play with them by then.

I am currently working on this project and I admit to having messed up quite a few times. On the head there are 24 rows, on row 10 you do 2sctog a few sc then another 2sctog, which is all fine and well. However, it is not until you have finished row 24 that there is a not to place the eyes back on row 10. If I had known then I would have marked the spots accordingly. Also, it is a might confusing to have the number and then Rnd# it would be better just to have one or the other. I think it would also make better instructions for each round to be clearly established rather than continue as established.

I'm starting one of these crochet bunnies right now in the hopes that I can finish by Easter. So far so good, it's a great pattern to follow. Thanks!

This is just too darn cute. I made one in pink and one white with pink ears and tail. I did do something a little different. I used safety eyes and put bells inside the ears. It jingles when they jangle. Thank you for sharing such a nice pattern and for free too.

This looks like something my little goddaughter would LOVE!

I am at Rnd 19 (heel ends) and am confused! It tells you to hdc2tog over one side edge, but sc2tog twice up the other side edge. Is this correct? I'm a self taught crocheter and this is my first attempt at making an amigurmi, so any help would be greatly appreciated. I've done fine up to this point and hope to complete this one and another for my grandchildren's Easter baskets.

I am a little confused on the starting of the head. rnds 1-6: work rnds 1-6 of body 36 stitches. what does that mean.

I've made three of these bunnies. Two in blue and one in pink. Everyone loves them. They are a lot of fun but do take a bit of time. Great pattern. Thank you to the designer.

Can someone explain to me what "continue as established" means (rounds 5-10) I am new at crocheting and this is the first pattern I have done with these instructions...Thanks

missyba - did someone reply to your question? If not, here: As established in Rows 3 & 4, you were sc in 1, 2 sc in next then 2 sc in next 2 sc, 2 in the next. So now in rows 5-10 you need to continue with the pattern by 6 stitches in each row. Row 5 s/b: sc 3 sc in next 3 sc, 2 sc in next - this should give you 30 total stitches for row 5. Row 6: sc 4 sc in next 4, 2 sc in next with a total of 36 stitches. Does that help?

I had a pattern similar to this one. It also had a dress and hat with it and I think there was a boy bunny too. Anyone able to hook me up with that pattern?

Hi amcelwee, You can find the full pattern here: Thanks!

Can't find the pattern for this little cute bunny. Thanks so much.....

I give up! Have been trying for the last hour to find the "cute bunny" pattern without any success. It's a blue bunny with long legs. Where is it? I belong to many web sites and yours is the most difficult one to locate things. Also need to change my do I do that? Thank you

Has this pattern been up dated having problems after row 5. If so where is it? Thanks

Thank you so much for printing each row in full. I was having the same trouble starting on row 5 as the others above. This will make it much easier to make the bunny.

Wonderful pattern, I made him in a different color, I was going to give him, but he's so cute that I decided to keep him all for myself. I'll make another one to give....... :)

I got to the 5th row and was completely lost. I have no idea on how to go on. I agree it would be easy if all the information was there. Can any body explain what I'm supposed to do with rows 5 through 10.

Bunny is adorable. Easy?? Not so much. Be aware that when you hit the 5th round you are in for some math if you are not familiar with guesstimating how many stitches you are going to need to get to your assigned goal in the round. Would love a "complete" pattern to make this a lot easier than doing all the math. Otherwise it is cute. Pattern could be considered easy if the information was all there.

This is the BEST site I have found. Love the patterns ! So much more to choose from !

I <3 BUNNYS!!!!!!!!!!


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