Layla Bunny


Learn how to crochet an adorable bunny with this lovely and cute crochet amigurumi pattern. This lovely little crochet animal is worked up in Patons Wool Roving Yarn and is especially cuddly. This cutie is the perfect project for a new baby or toddler.

From the Designer: "Layla is the newest addition to the B.hooked Crochet family of free patterns and she’s definitely one of the brightest! I had so much fun creating her. She is the cutest crochet bunny around! Crochet stuffed animals, or amigurumi as it’s often referred to as is one of my favorite forms of crochet. It’s so neat watching all the pieces come together and it leaves so much room for creativity. When crafting Layla, I had sweet and simple in mind. I wanted to create a bunny that looks professional but is easy to crochet. She came together in about 5 short evenings of crochet so you have plenty of time to make a few Easter Layla’s of your own!"


Crochet HookH/8 or 5 mm hook

Yarn Weight(5) Bulky/Chunky (12-15 stitches for 4 inches)

Finished SizeYour finished Bunny will measure approximately 15" tall when standing, 10.5" when sitting.

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The newest addition to the family is very cute. The purple color of the bunny is just so Easter. I know a bunch of kids would be very happy to find one of these precious bunnies in their Easter basket. Love this pattern. The long ears on the bunny are so cute too. I think a little bow on the top of the head for the girls would be a good idea on mine.

What a sweetheart. My 7 year old grand daughter would love her and she is just the right size. I love safety eyes too. Not only do they make it look more professional but if you do it with yarn, the yarn can unravel or in my case a baby brother can chew the eyes out. There is something traumatic about walking in and finding your bunny missing an eye. My mom was quick to recover. She put an eye patch on him and he was Patch eyed Peter rabbit the Easter pirate!

What a lucky child to receive such a sweet toy such as this! This pattern is well written and easy to follow, even for those beginner crocheters! This sweet bunny would not look out of place among all the store bought gifts at a baby shower. It would most definitely stand out! There are countless colour combinations available for this sweet heirloom worthy stuffy!


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