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Easter is one of those holidays which I love for celebrating Spring and all things new. I’m always inspired by the fun decor and when rounding up some crochet goodies, I found so many easter bunny crochet patterns and that led me to thinking how bunnies and eggs are such signatures of this time of the year!

I can’t believe how much crochet bunny choice there is! Not only can you make cute stuffed amigurumi ones, but bunny bags, pot holders, blankets, appliqués, toys and much more! Let’s have an explore and get some inspiration together.

15 Easter Bunny Crochet Patterns.

How do you crochet these bunny patterns?

The key to success is choosing a pattern that uses simple stitches and a construction that you feel comfortable with. I’ve chosen all sorts of projects with patterns ranging from beginner through to more advanced with colorwork that you can really get your teeth (or hooks!) into.

Especially for the amigurumi bunny patterns some people like the idea of working their projects in one piece but for others, they prefer to make smaller sections and join them together. Luckily we have both options for you here.

Each of the patterns has such a varied style that they are all made very differently but one thing you can be sure of is ears, tails, noses and a lot of cute gifts for everyone at Easter this year!

The other thing I noticed of course is that there are certain colors I see a lot of too including soft pinks and blues, pastels, very subtle hues. Which made me think that these would also make perfect crochet baby shower gifts!

How do I choose the right pattern for me?

Choosing the right bunny pattern to make completely depends on what you’d like to make, who you’re making it for and what experience you have with crochet.

Firstly, you need to make something that you know you have a use for and have been wanting to make. There is no point in crocheting something that you don’t love.

For instance, if you’re making a decoration piece such as a bunny cushion, you should have the space to put it instead of being left with a piece you’ll want to unravel after a while.

Secondly, you need to choose a pattern that sits with your skill level and experience. I’ve added various details to all the patterns to save you the work of delving into them and finding out if they are right for you.

It’s vital that you find a pattern that has been tech edited and tested and I know that each and every one of these has been. Some of them have video tutorials too which is an amazing bonus for beginners.

What crochet stitches will I need to know?

Each of the patterns that I’ve included use mostly single crochet, half double crochet and double crochet stitches.

There are a few that use more advanced techniques like colorwork and shaping because I didn’t want you to limit yourself if you’ve already encountered or would like to learn these stitches.

Supplies for Crochet Bunnies


As I’ve said, choosing the right pattern for you is essential and I have 15 for you to choose from! Lots of them are free to view on the designers blog which is a great way to try out a pattern without committing any money.

If you find one (or two!) that you love though, they all come with a premium PDF option that will mean you can download and print a copy which is great for making notes and remembering where you are!


The pattern will let you know the recommended yarn that the designer used, the weight (referred to as category) and the amount of yarn you’ll need for each size. I’ve added the information about the yarns with each pattern for you to take a look.

One of the most important things when choosing yarn is usually to make sure that you work a gauge swatch. But since most of these patterns aren’t wearables, you don’t really have to worry about that.


Your pattern will let you know the hook size that the designer used but you can always adjust according to the yarn you’re using or if your stitches are tighter/looser than most people’s.

Notions and Other Materials

The other essentials you might need while making some of these patterns are:

Easter Bunny Crochet Patterns – The List

Now, without further ado, here’s the much awaited list of easter bunny crochet patterns. There are so many fun options to choose from and once you get the hang of the pattern, you can always adjust it according to your own tastes and yarn stash!

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So which one will you choose first from these 15 easter bunny crochet patterns? I really hope you found the perfect pattern for you in the list and would love to know if you make one (or some!).

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Other Easter Crochet Patterns to Enjoy

If you are looking for more seasonal inspiration then here are a few more ideas to try and make sure to check out these free Easter egg crochet patterns too!

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