Bunny Crochet Pattern

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Welcome back to another cute and easy crochet toy pattern! Today, we share an adorbale Bunny Crochet Pattern – not just any old bunny.. but a bunny frog crochet pattern OR bunny bear crochet pattern. One pattern, lots of options. Too cute! Another great guest pattern by Craft Alotl – find her ad-free patterns on Ravelry too!

How to crochet a bunny in a frog outfit

This is a great beginner’s bunny crochet pattern – as it doesn’t take too long to make (so you don’t get bored!!) but allows you to practice a variety of classic crochet stitches!

This is a lovely pattern by Craft Alotl. Please do share your appreciation by following her Ravelry store! Or grab the full pattern, ad-free, in an easy to print PDF format too! Your digital pattern to keep!

Please remember: this pattern is for personal use only.

Supplies Needed to make this crochet bunny

You can use any type of yarn for this bunny plush. The final size of your crochet toy will depend on the weight of your yarn and crochet hooks. But it is a fun pattern to scale up or down depending on yarn you use!

  • Yarn in desired colors
  • Corresponding crochet hook
  • Safety eyes
  • Felt for frog / bear eyes or googly eyes
  • Tapestry needle
  • Pair of scissors
  • Toy stuffing (we like to upcycle old cushion stuffing)

Crochet Abbreviations

We use American crochet abbreviations throughout!

  • { } = all in same stitch
  • MC – Magic Circle (also known as magic ring) – magic circle how to step photos & video available
  • SC – Single Crochet
  • HDC – half double crochet
  • DC – double crochet
  • Inc – increase
  • Dec – decrease
  • Ch – chain stitch
  • slst – Slip stitch (also seen as sl st on other patterns)
  • CCA – Change color to A
  • CCB- Change color to B
  • Bob – Bobble Stitch (a tutorial video is embedded just below – or watch it as a youtube video tutorial here!) – the bobble stitch is used to make the bunny’s arm and legs, without the need to sew them on afterwards!

We have many basic how to videos in our Teach Yourself to Crochet article for these

How to crochet a bunny with outfits

As mentioned, you can see that this bunny crochet pattern is very versatile and super fun and cute. You can make it as a plain little bunny plushie or as a frog bunny or bear bunny!! One pattern.. three ways! Too cute. You simply have to adapt the colors of your crochet to suit your final bunny design. We used:

  • Plain bunny – all brown
  • Frog bunny – brown bunny and green frog outfit
  • Bear bunny – white bunny and brown bear outift

You can also see how the final bunny size varies on what kind of yarn you use! Use cotton yarn and you end up with an adorable amigurumi bunny. Use chenille yarn for a cute little plushie. A lovely versatile bunny crochet pattern that is easy to scale up and down!

How to crochet a Bunny Frog/ Bunny Bear or simply a Bunny!

Crochet Bunny Head

In Color A

01: 6sc into mc [6]

02: 6 inc [12]

03: (1sc, inc) x6 [18]

04 – 08: 18 sc[18]

09: (1sc, dec) x6 [12]

10: 6 dec [6]

Amigurumi Bunny’s Body

In color B (if making plain bunny, don’t change the colour)

01: 6 sc into mc [6]

02: 6 inc [12]

03: (1sc, inc) x6 [18]

04: 5 sc, CCA, bob, CCB, 6sc, CCA, bob, CCB, 5sc [18]

05 – 06: 18 sc [18]

07: 7sc, CCA, bob, CCB, 5 sc, CCA, bob, CCB, 4sc [18]

08: (1 sc, dec) x6 [12]

Fasten off & leave a long tail for sewing.

Bunny Ears

01: ch 6 [6]

02: skip 1st 2 stitches, Dc, Hdc, 2sc [4]

Fasten off & leave a long tail for sewing.

Frog Hat/ Bear Hat (omit of making a plain amigurumi bunny)

01: 6sc into mc [6]

02: 6 inc [12]

03: (1sc, inc) x6 [18]

04: (2sc, inc) x6 [24]

05-06: 24sc [24]

07: ({hdc, dc, hdc}, slst) x12

Fasten off & leave long tail for sewing.

Frog Eyes/ Bear Ears for hat

01: 6sc into mc [6]

Embroider on mouth and glue on eyes on to the hat.

Sew hat on to the head.

Sew bunny ears on each side of the head, below the hat.

Sew the head to the body.

How cute is your finished frog bunny?!

As mentioned you can get a downloaded pdf pattern too!

I hope you enjoyed this little bunny plush pattern. Do check out our extensive collection of free Crochet Toy Patterns here – or visit Ravelry for easy to print ad-free patterns too!