17 Incredibly Cute Free Crochet Bunny Patterns for Beginners

Bunny rabbits are a symbol of spring, renewal, and new beginnings. They’re harbingers of good luck and prosperity, and are just super fluffy and adorable to boot.

Why not create your own little bunny-inspired project for an extra bit of good luck, or even just as a little companion to hang out with?

These projects below are great gifts for children and adults alike. The list includes easy patterns for any skill level, with some finishing in just under an hour. They range from small amigurumi to blankets to bags to bunny hats!

There’s a little bit of something for everyone. There are video tutorials as well as written patterns, so visual video learners and written pattern learners will both have something to choose from.

Easter Peep Bunny

Free pattern by Rose and Lily here!

This quick, no-sew pattern is perfect for Easter baskets or as a little desk buddy. It also includes a YouTube tutorial if that’s more your style.

You can make an army of these in no time. If you’re wanting to go above and beyond to test yourself, you could even make little legs and arms for your new friend.

Sunny Bunny Amigurumi

Free pattern by toys_knit_anny here!

Looking for a chunky yarn bunny rabbit? Sunny Bunny was made with that yarn in mind! This little rabbit is perfect for little, or big, hands to hold, and it has adorable long ears.

Bunny Dishcloth

Free pattern by Midwestern Moms here!

This super sweet bunny dishcloth is great for any time of year. It’s a perfect pattern for beginners who are wanting to learn how to work with what goes into creating a graphed colored design within a flat piece.

Bunny Amigurumi

Free pattern by Okie Girl Bling ‘n’ Things here!

This squishy, velvet yarn rabbit is super adorable and super simple to make! It uses basic stitches and has pictures on how to do the ears, which may be a new technique for some beginners. It’s the perfect buddy to hug.

Easy Rectangle Bunny

Free pattern by Make and Do Crew here!

Not ready to work in rounds quite yet? Inspired by knit-square bunnies, this rectangle bunny is easily worked up in a few hours using one flat piece.

The size of it depends on the yarn and hook as well as how many stitches you make. The pattern includes tips on how to make your bunny larger or smaller.

2-Part Easy Crochet Bunny Rabbit

Free 2-part video pattern by Rose and Lily Crochet here: part 1!
Free 2-part video pattern by Rose and Lily Crochet here: part 2!

Follow this 2-part YouTube tutorial to make this sweet and simple bunny rabbit. Crochet the body and arms in part 1, and finish with part 2 to make the ears and assemble your rabbit! If you’re looking for the written pattern, it can be purchased on Etsy.

Beanie the Easter Bunny

Free pattern by Chrisette Designs here!

Not only does this pattern walk you through how to make a little bunny with a little beanie, but it also shows you how to create his little carrot hiding place! Interactive crochet pieces are always fun, and this guy is perfect for beginners to get a taste of those types of projects.

A Bunny to Love (Lovey Blanket)

Free pattern by Crochet 365 Knit Too here!

This bunny-inspired lovey may appear a bit complicated at first, but if you understand basic stitches, you will be able to read this pattern. It whips up in just a few hours and creates a charming little lovey.

Quick and Easy Easter Bunny

Free pattern by LucyRavenscar here!

This super cute, no-sew bunny is perfect for last minute mini gifts and practicing popcorn stitches, which are explained in the pattern. It’s a great stash buster and works up in about 30 minutes!

Bunny Ear Beanie Hat

Free video pattern by ThimbleHooks here!

This YouTube video walks through step-by-step on how to make this charming bunny hat. It is made up of basic stitches. She works in real time, so you could follow along without much pausing! There is no written pattern for it at this time.

Nibble, Nibble, Hop, Hop (Easy Bunny)

Free pattern by The Green Dragonfly here!

These granny square inspired bunnies are absolutely adorable. The color combinations are endless, and they’re incredibly easy to create. They’re a great scrap yarn stash buster!

Cube Bunny Rabbit Amigurumi

Free pattern by Crafty Bunny Bun here!

This quirky, cubic bunny is perfectly palm-sized. It’s a super simple pattern that makes a charming rabbit friend. Wanting to make it even bigger? Size up your yarn and hook! If you use a big enough yarn, you might be able to make yourself a cube rabbit pillow.

Bunny Silhouette Baby Blanket

Free pattern by Rich Textures Crochet here!

This pattern may appear complicated at first glance, but it is an easy pattern once you get the hang of it. It involves simple color changes and one stitch for the entire blanket. There is also a YouTube tutorial at the bottom of the post to help you along.

Amigurumi Spring Bunny

Free pattern by Lilleliis here!

These sweet little egg-shaped bunnies are perfect for spring as they appear to be nestling down in the flowering grass. If you add a little bit of weight on the bottom, they would make adorable little bobble heads!

Little Bunny Bag

Free pattern by Khuc Cay here!

This bag is perfect for Easter egg hunts, casual walks, a place to put little special rocks found on the ground, and much more. You can change the color of the bag and switch up the markings to make any sort of bunny.

Fluffy Bunny Basket

Free pattern by Cara Engwerda here!

This basket is quick, easy, and super cute! The pattern walks you through step-by-step for each round. You can change the size of your yarn and hook to create a bigger or smaller basket for whatever suits your needs.

Miffy Amigurumi

Free pattern by Sara Y here!

Inspired by Dick Bruna’s children books character, this pattern helps you create your very own Miffy. She is easy to whip up with minimal color changes for her dress. Look at that cute little nose!