As we all know, the Easter Bunny delivers eggs for kids, so it’s an extremely important part of your decorations. Therefore, here you will find the cutest and the funniest Easter bunny patterns of all. Choose the one best bunny pattern for you and your kids, and ensure that their childhood memories will be passed on to their own kids in time. Afer all, which kid would not want to have an adorable rabbit to celebrate the season? Honestly, I can’t imagine any such kid, and I bet you can’t either. Consequently dive in and enjoy these fabulous patterns and create amazing memories.
What are the best amigurumi bunny free crochet patterns?
We have the answer to this question, therefore you don’t have to look any further. To this point, we gathered the most popular of patterns together with new, less known, but equally cute patterns as well. This post is all about bunnies and you will find the best bunny crochet pattern here. No matter if you are looking for a perfect gift for a friend, an Easter bunny or stuffy for kids, we have it covered! Indeed, these patterns are so versatile and fun, they’re great for all year round.
You will love this bunny, because it is made just right to be held in the hand by someone you love. This quick pattern is fun to make, fun to have, and you can pay the fun forward, by sharing it with those that you love. It is perfect for last minute Easter handmade gifts.
This project connects simple form with a cuteness that truly places it among the best bunny crochet patterns. Although you can make it plain, you can transform it into an extravagant decoration when you add a tiny floral decors to it. Next, the most traditional of all, this will be perfect for kids to celebrate not only Easter, but also springtime in general.
This extremely cute bunny can be equipped with additional outfit to dress up, so it will bring joy to the most fussy gift receivers. It can easily be a breathtaking gift for a girl, and you can be sure to receive an applause for making such adorable crochet toy! Big bunny ears can point up or down, so go about it in a way that suits you the most.
If you are planning to crochet bunnies for Easter decoration, we recommend you to use light green, pink and yellow combinations, such as in the photo below. Stunning results guaranteed!
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Sakura Kimono Bunny
This beautiful bunny doll in a kimono and sandals will be perfect for customizing! You can easily change the colors of the robe and add cherry blossom flowers on her head. This crochet bunny amigurumi is an elegant and outstanding project, which will make a great easter gift.
Every small kid will love the Sunny Bunny, because apart from his possitive sunny look, he is very handy. This Bunny can be also a wonderful gift idea for adults. No matter whom you decide to give such beautiful work, you can be sure that they will know that they are special to you.
The Poncino lovable bunny is just so unbearably cute and sweet! He will be a favorite, definitely. The pattern for this amigurumi is designed by N_iniko and is posted on Instagram; you can find a link below the photos. Together with the pattern, you will also find a detailed tutorial how to make a facial expression of your stuffie.
Rabbits, rabbits everywhere! It’s bunny season again, and here is another beautiful example of an ami bunny for Easter. Of course this rabbit will also be a favorite toy year round, so don’t think that after Easter it will be forgotten. This one is also more of a challenge than your average ami toy, meaning that more advanced crocheters will also have more fun making it as well.
The Dress Me Up bunny is a rabbit pattern with accessories, making it an even more enjoyable toy for the young ones. And, of course, it’s our secret thing, that we all like to make doll and softie outfits and accessories, so it won’t be a chore for us “adults” as well, eh?
Ooooooo, da widdo, cutsy-wootsy Bunny! I’m going to hug him and squeeze him and cuddle him and call him George! You don’t have to be an abominable snowman to enjoy this little bunny. All you have to do is to be a crocheting beginner and enjoy amigurumi toys. Make the Cube Bunny for Easter, or make it for yourself for the sheer joy of it. I’m sure the kids in your family will enjoy it as well.
If you need something to take your mind off things while waiting in the queue or in stressful situations, make yourself a cute ragdoll bunny and keep it in your pocket! This project is perfect for beginners, because it’s worked flat and joined at the edges.
It is hard to belive that you can make something so spectacular from scraps. Additionally, it is an easy pattern, good for beginners or people who have many kids in the familly and have to make a huge bunch in a short time 🙂 As you can see, the combinations of hues are endless and don’t have to be in traditional colors. Use various scraps of yarn and make this crochet easter toy one of a kind!
While these bunnies are easy and simple, they are so adorable! No way anyone will pass by them ambivalently. Moreover, your kids will absolutely adore them, especially if they are part of the egg hunt. Hide the smallest one in your easter basket just for the fun of it!
This pattern is one of our favourites, because it’s perfect for beginners. Who doesn’t love chocolate rabbits? I bet we all do! Such decoration will look very elegant on your table or a shelf. It is also an easy pattern, so you can use a small version of it for Easter egg hunt.
These colorful bunnies will be quick and easy to make. They measure approximately 4.5″ (11cm) of hight. By a small color changes of body, ears and nose, they are very easy to personalize and will look funny and colourful during Easter egg-hunting and kids will love them.
Likewise, the Spring Sweet Bunny is a cute and not necessarily Easter-themed rabbit. This quick pattern is an enjoyable way to get your whole family crocheting, because reasons. Toys are a great way to get the young’uns into the craft, and provide them with hours of enjoyment as well.
This has got to be the most adorable amigurumi project ever. It’s so tiny, you can make it entirely out of yarn ends. Yarn ends? Never mind yarn ends. Yarn dust even? The tiny bunny is 1.5″ long and will be the perfect addition to a desktop, a book or just something to play with as you do something else.
Here is a lovely project for an ami softie that will be a favorite amongst the youngest ami fans. Of course, those of us who may be older but enjoy crocheted stuffies will also find lots of appeal here. The dusky rose color is very soothing and the whole is made of individual parts that are easy to make and then to put together.
Keeping in the category of the best bunny crochet pattern, spring bunnies will be perfect as Easter decorations when you put them on the shelf or a side table. This is a relatively easy pattern that produces a unique looking and huggable bunny. Their small size definitely makes them a wonderful addition to Easter gifts.
To begin with, this cute amigurumi is just a little bigger than your hand, so it will be and an easy project with which you can use yarn scraps. Better still, you will be able to finish it relatively quickly. Without a doubt, both ears on one side and safety eyes gives it undeniably cute look and allow you to make it even faster.
This bunny is a quick and cute rabbit crochet pattern. To this end it’s made of simple shapes that are then stitched together. It’s a great addition to easter candies. It’s one of the more popular free easter patterns, because it’s very versatile – you can easily transform it by adding little details like flowers or bowties.
In this version of the pattern plastic safety eyes were exchanged for embroidery – and you should keep in mind to do so, if you are planning to give the toy to toddlers or babies. Any plastic elements can be hazardous, so choose simple embroidery instead!
And now for something completely fluffy. This bunny will be a perfect companion for a child’s playtime or bedtime. It’s a great gift idea for a special occasion or Easter! Remember that the yarn of your choice will vary the size of amigurumi.
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