baby bunny crochet pattern

How to make a baby bunny – Free amigurumi pattern

Learn how to make a super adorable baby bunny with some yarn and a crochet hook.

Have you made my Fuzzy/cotton bear yet?

I’m so excited to be able to share a free version of my pattern on my blog! If you, however, don’t like to keep on signing in or you find embroidery and sewing challenging you can get the purchased pattern in my shops! You can get the baby bunny pattern through my Ravelry, Etsy, or right here on my website. The PDF option of my pattern is print-friendly, add free, and has tons of photos, showing you how to make this baby bunny step by step!

I often use my mothers reborn baby, Jo, for my photos

These tiny critters found their way onto my hooks and yarn when newborn photographers started asking me to make tiny creatures for the new babies to hold. You can simply not get anything cuter, a tiny new baby holding a tiny critter!

Baby Bunny amigurumi pattern
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They have inspired me to start an entire range for them and this baby bunny amigurumi pattern is the first of many.

Anyway, this pattern is similar to my Fuzzy, cotton bear Pattern, just made some ear changes.

Baby Fuzzy bear pattern

For THIS baby bunny pattern, you can hang out here and make the free version if you are used to making amigurumi, but as I’ve mentioned before the add-Free, print-friendly file you can purchase through the links below.

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Baby bunny pattern
Baby bunny amigurumi pattern

Pattern reviews from previous buyers

I have made the Ellie, pig, sheep and bear. Patterns are easy to read/understand. Website was also user friendly without any hassles.

Posted by Annika Verheem on Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Sy is baie behulpsaam en vriendelik. Die patroon wat ek wou he het sy nie gehad nie en het vir n toe een geskryf. Puik!!

Posted by Semone Tarlton Kies on Monday, January 27, 2020

100% recommended!! Always willing to help and can’t wait to start crocheting her beautiful patterns🤩 will definitely post photos💜💜💜

Posted by Joméy Potgieter on Friday, December 13, 2019

Let’s start with how to make your own baby bunny…

  • Abbreviations:

MC: Magic circle OR Chain 2, 6 SC in second chain from hook)

SC: Single crochet (Insert your hook into the next stitch, yarn over, pull UP a loop, yarn over, pull through both loops on hook)

DC; double crochet (YO, insert, pull up a loop, YO, pull through 2 loops, YO, Pull through two loops).

INC: Increase (two stitches in one stitch)

DEC: Decrease (making two stitches one)

CH: chain (slip knot, Yarn over, pull through loop on hook, continue to yarn over and pull through loop)

SLIP stitch

  • YARN USED:

Kismet snowball Double knit (worsted yarn ) or Elle Soft touch aran

  • Other Materials needed:
  • Poly stuffing
  • 8 mm Black safety eyes
  • Stitch marker
  • 2.5mm crochet hook
  • Tapestry needle
  • Scissors
  • Some White yarn for the eyes. (if you’re not going to make the nose white)

PATTERN EXPLANATION:

  • Repeat stitch sequence between (…..) by the amount stated next to it.
  • The pattern is written in US terms
  • The amount of stitches at end of each round is shown in the […]
  • Working in continuous rounds with your stitch marker

PATTERN

– HEAD –

Main color A:

1. MC, 6 SC [6]

2. INC x6 [12]

3. (SC, INC) X6 [18]

4. (2 SC, INC) X6 [24] eyes should be placed between round 4-5 – this is the front of the face. The ring of the (MC) should be just under in the middle of the two eyes.

5. (3 SC, INC) x6 [30]

6: (4 SC, INC) x6 [36]

7-11: SC in each stitch around [36]

12: (4 SC, DEC) x6 [30}

13: (3 SC, DEC) x6 [24] stuff the head firmly

14: (2 SC, DEC) x 6 [18]

15: (1 SC, DEC) x6 [12] do final stuffing

16: (DEC) x6 [6] – close with tapestry needle

Fasten off with a slip stitch and work in the end at the back of the head.

The front of the face would be where you started the ring, not the traditional way of having it on top of the head.

-NOSE-

1. MC, 5 SC [5]

2. INC x5 [10]

3: (SC, INC) x5 [15]

4-5: SC in each stitch around [15]

Fasten it off with a slip stitch. Leave a string of yarn to attach it to the front of the mouth, just below the magic ring. Stuff the nose a little.

Embroidery:

Make your base first – Triangle, Fill the triangle with large stitches, entering the center point of the nose with each stitch. Make a long stitch at the bottom to make the split in the lip.

White of the eyes:

After you attached the nose, use the same tail of yarn to make the outer White corner of each eye.

-EARS- make two

1. MC, 5 SC [5]

2. INC x5 [10]

3: (SC, INC) x5 [15]

4-6: SC in each stitch around [15]

7: (SC, DEC) x5 [10]

8-10: SC in each stitch around [10]

Fasten off with a slip stitch. Leave a string of yarn to attach it to head.

– BODY –

Main color A:

1. MC, 6 SC [6]

2. INC x6 [12]

3. (SC, INC) X6 [18]

4. (2 SC, INC) X6 [24]

5. (3 SC, INC) x6 [30]

6-8: SC in each stitch around [30]

9: (3 SC, DEC) x6 [24] – Stuff the body at this point

10-11: SC in each stitch around [24]

12: (2 SC, DEC) x6 [18]

13: SC in each stitch around [18] – Do final stuffing, use pen or hook if hole is to small

14: (SC, DEC) x6 [12]

15: SC in each stitch around [12]

Fasten off with a slip stitch and leave a string of yarn to use to sew the body to the head.

 Stuff the arms and legs, use the back of a pen or your hook to stuff it firmly

-ARMS- make two

1. MC, 5 SC [5]

2. INC x5 [10]

3-9: SC in each stitch around [10]  

Fasten off with a slip stitch and leave a string of yarn to use to sew the arms to the side of the body, just under the head.

-LEGS- make two

1. MC, 6 SC [6]

2. INC x6 [12]

3-9: SC in each stitch around [12]6

10: DEC x6 [6]

11: DEC x 3 [3]

Fasten off with a slip stitch and leave a string of yarn to use to sew the legs to the bottom of the body on the sides.

-TAIL-  For the Fuzzy bear you’ll make a little pompom

1. MC, 6 SC [6]

2. INC x6 [12]

3: SC in each stitch around [12]

Fasten off with a slip stitch. Leave a string of yarn to attach it to the back of the bunny.

Baby Bunny amigurumi pattern

DISCLAIMER:

This Pattern is written and designed by Yarn Over with Natasha. This pattern is protected by copyright protection law. You May not sell this pattern or share it on any social media platform for free. You may not adjust the pattern and sell it as your own.

YOU MAY, Sell your finished makes, you may make adjustments on your finished toy, but not edit it into the pattern and sell the pattern.

As a pattern writer my patterns do get out with word of mouth, so I would highly appreciate it if you could share WHO the designer of your make is, by using hashtag  #yarnovermakes on Instagram of tagging my page on Facebook.

That’s it , I hop you LOVE your very own baby bunny. Be sure to share this with your other crazy fiber girls so that they can make their very own bunny pattern.

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