These 13 bouncing bunny crochet patterns are just hopping to get on your crochet hook and get made for a gift or for yourself.
Cute little bunny rabbits literally scream newborn baby, and if you already have children you’ll be familiar with this adorable animal that pops up as cuddly toys, prints on clothing, and also decorative designs on blankets and throws.
However, bunnies are just limited to newborns but they’re also a common animal used in easter decorations as they represent new life and are also associated with the infamous Easter bunny who brings lots of chocolate to children every year.
If you’re looking to create some new bunny crochet pieces, then you’ll need to keep on reading to check out these bouncing bunny crochet patterns that will have you hooked from the start (no pun intended).
13 Bouncing Bunny Crochet Patterns
Bunny Doll Outfit Pattern | KnitToyPatterns
We don’t know about you, but some of the best cuddly toys we’ve ever owned are homemade from those we love the most, so with that being said why not try to recreate this pattern to provide someone you love with a cute crocheted bunny doll.
The Mila hare body pattern (the actual doll) does not come included with the pattern for the outfit, but you can buy it from the same seller here. If you’re not using the Mila hare body, then the toy that you use will need to be 12.5-13 inches in length to fit it properly.
The PDF for the pattern includes 24 pages of detailed instructions and over 80 photos to help you along the way.
Crochet Ribbed Bunny Bonnet Pattern | LeftInKnots
This bunny bonnet is one of the cutest things we’ve seen and will be sure to have people stopping you in the street to comment on how adorable your child looks wearing it.
The pattern will provide you with instructions to create the hat in sizes x-small (newborn) through to large (child) so if you love the bonnet the first time you make it, you could always make it again when your baby has grown.
The ribbing technique around the edge of the bonnet is great and adds extra detail to this cute design.
Crochet Baby Rattle Pattern | AmigurumiJoys
Once a baby reaches the age of around 3 to 6 months, they’ll begin to grab things and enjoy the experience of making noise. This crochet baby rattle is a cute little toy but still functions to occupy a baby during tummy time on the floor.
Instructions are clear and organized and include high-quality photos and links to videos to help you along the way.
The difficulty for this baby rattle is rated as easy by the seller, but beginners to crochet might find it more tricky to figure out and may want to try some easier patterns to practice with before.
Filet Bunny Blanket Crochet Pattern | The Lavender Chair
This gorgeous blanket is so easy to make with this surprisingly simple pattern. Who knew filet crochet would be so easy?! And after learning this new style, you can have this beautiful bunny blanket to gift to the new baby!
Source: The Lavender Chair
Bunny Crochet Lovey Blanket Pattern | TheodoreAndRose
Many children will have a lovely blanket at some point during their early childhood years. They’re often used as a calming object/toy and carried around by them all the time.
This pattern by TheodoreAndRose will allow you to create your own homemade lovey blanket for your child or as a gift for someone else.
It is a simple 9 page PDF with clear instructions and photos to guide you through the process of creating the pattern.
It’s suitable for beginner/intermediate crocheters but if you get stuck at any point along the way, Alanna who runs the shop will be available via a message to help you out.
Bunny Pumpkin Crochet Pattern | LuLuLovesTheMoon
This bunny pumpkin toy will be sure to be a friend for life to any child you give it to. The bunny has a classic and homemade appearance and will be a nice change compared to some of the flashy children’s toys you can find on the market nowadays.
It’s rated as easy level crocheting and involves single crochet, chain stitching, crocheting in spiral rounds, and also closed rounds. So if you’re a beginner who hasn’t mastered these skills then it may not be for you just yet.
The pattern can be done with an alpaca yarn or with a cotton yard depending on what you have in your collection.
Crochet Toy Cute Bunny Long Ears Amigurumi Pattern | CrochetToysBunnyCo
These long ears bunny crochet toys are so sweet and easy to make as long as you’re familiar with amigurumi – if not, this type of crochet can be learned within a few days. The pattern doesn’t come inclusive of lessons on how to do amigurumi, so you’ll need to find some resources online.
To make this pattern you’ll also need basic skills in single crochet, stitch, decrease, increase, magic ring, back loops, and more.
You can use whatever color yarn you’d like to suit who you’re gifting it to.
Long Legged Bunny | Kristi Tullus
Such a cutie and those long legs are so sweet! One little bunny quickly becomes a million with this easy and quick pattern!
Source: Kristi Tullus
Real Bunny Rabbit Amigurumi English Crochet Pattern | ZrumToys
If you’ve got children constantly asking you for a bunny rabbit as a pet, but they’re not quite ready for the responsibility then why not try making this amigurumi bunny rabbit that will be as realistic as a real bunny rabbit, but without the hopping and the munching.
The downloadable file is in a PDF format and comes with teaching video lessons for beginners who don’t know how to hook. There are also convenient photo and video tips at all stages of crocheting to help you each step of the way.
Depending on your skill, you’ll also be able to add detailing like different color paws or muzzles to your bunny rabbit.
Bunny Stuffed Animal Plushie Pattern | ZulyaToys
Not every child loves the old-fashioned classic look of a stuffed animal, so why not try and recreate a more modern twist on the bunny rabbit with this plushie pattern.
You’ll need a medium crochet skill level to attempt making this plushie and should be familiar with crochet in rounds as well as slip stitching.
You’ll be able to download a PDF file that includes photos for various stages to help you understand what each stage is instructing and will help you complete your project in less time.
Crochet Baby Bunny Ears and Diaper Easter Pattern | LocustTree
We can already hear the roar ‘awww’ from groups of friends as someone presents their baby sporting this super cute crocheted bunny ears and diaper cover. The pattern is simple and easy to understand as is very true to size depending on which age you’re making it for.
Photos are included with the PDF where a little more direction is needed for the instructions, however, the seller LocustTree encourages people to message if they feel they need a little extra guidance.
Super Easy Egg-Shaped Bunnies | LilleLiis
They’re sooooo simple, but so sweet, you’re going to be making these for Easter gifts, for new baby gifts, and everything in between. They’re adorable in every way. And the pattern is so simple!
Bunny Baby Booties Pattern | TwoGirlsPatterns
These cute baby booties will be the perfect final addition to your newborn’s wardrobe. The easy-to-follow PDF includes pictures, gauge, abbreviation key, stitch count, and extra notes to help you follow the pattern instructions.
The pattern is available for babies between 0-6 months and 6-12 months, so if you make them for a newborn and want to create a bigger size for when they’re older then you can refollow the instructions.
Another pattern is available to make toddler, big kid, and even adult sizing of the house shoes/booties at an additional cost and the seller has many bundle discount offers available on their patterns.