Free Pattern :: Amigurumi Easter Bunny “Bunny Boo”

You still have time to make these little guys to throw into someone's Easter basket!

These guys shouldn't take much more than an hour to make and use a bulky weight yarn and a hook 2 sized smaller than what's recommended on the label to make a large stuffie that would make a great gift!

The pattern, as written will leave you with an adorable, teeny egg-shapped pal for anyone you want to make smile!

BUNNYBOOLOGO 

Abbreviations:
Ch-chain
Sc-single crochet
Sc2tog-single crochet 2 together (decrease)
MM-Move stitch marker
FO-finish off or bind off
Materials:
3.75mm Crochet hook
Caron Simply Soft Brites or
Red Heart Soft Yarn is highly recommended
9mm doll eyes
Polyester stuffing material
Embroidery Needle
Pink Embroidery Floss
Optional:
Blush
Q-tip
Finished Size:
Approx: 3” tall
Directions:
Head/Body:
R1-Ch2, 6sc in 1st chain, mm
R2-2sc in each sc around (12sc) mm
R3-sc in each stitch around, mm
R4-*2sc in first sc, 1sc in next, repeat from * around, mm (18sc)
R5- sc in each stitch around, mm
R6-*2sc in first sc, 1sc in next 2sc, repeat from * around, (24sc)
R7- sc in each stitch around, mm
R8-*2sc in first sc, 1sc in next 3sc, repeat from * around, (30sc)
R9 thru 18-sc in each stitch around, mm
R19-*sc2tog, 1sc in next 3 stitches*, repeat from * around, mm
Attach eyes between rounds 11 & 12, 8 to 9 stitches apart
Stuff firmly
R20-*sc2tog, 1sc in next stitch*, repeat from * around, mm
R21- sc2tog in each stitch around, FO leaving a tail
Finish stuffing and use the tail to sew the hole shut tight.
With embroidery floss stitch on a face.
Ears: (make 2)
R1-Ch2, 6sc in 1st chain, mm
R2-2sc in each sc around (12sc) mm
R3-*2sc in first sc, 1sc in next, repeat from * around, mm (18sc)
R4 thru 13-sc in each stitch around, FO
Fold tube flat
Pinch the open end together and stitch shut
Stitch to the sides of the head at round 6 or 7
To add color to the insides of the ears, put a small amount of blush on a cotton swab
and lightly brush into the crevasse of the ear.
Add color a little at a time working from the bottom up.
Tail:
R1-Ch2, 6sc in 1st chain, mm
R2-2sc in each sc around (12sc) mm
R3 & 4-sc in each stitch around, mm
R5-sc2tog around, FO
Stitch to the back of the head/body

Copyright © 2009
pattern designed by: Tamie Snow

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32 thoughts on “Free Pattern :: Amigurumi Easter Bunny “Bunny Boo”

  1. La Mañosa says:

    Oh my gosh, this is the cutest bunny ever! Thank you for sharing this adorable pattern! I LOVE your designs!

  2. Annemarie says:

    I am going to have to pull out my craft bag and get started on this!

  3. Salihan says:

    Too freaking cute!!! And it’s freeeee! God, you’re so generous. Thank you! ^__^

  4. Stephanie says:

    Soooo cute. Adding to my Ravelry queue.

  5. Rachel says:

    This is DARLING! Thanks so much for sharing, what a wonderful gift! I’ll be linking.

  6. Pearlie says:

    Thank you for sharing this little cutie! I can’t wait to make some.

  7. Silvia says:

    Thanks for the pattern! It’s adorable!

  8. Just gorgeous! Thank you.

  9. Lauren says:

    That’s the cutest bunny evah! Love the egg-shape.

  10. Jessica says:

    Thanks for sharing, Tamie! I can’t crochet but I like to imagine that I will learn one day. This project inspires me :o) I also love you have left-handed instructions, bless!

  11. Aaliyah says:

    thanks for sharing this little cute bunny pattern!

  12. Frances says:

    love the bunny boo rabbit also the pattern of the pandy bear I am making this for neighors chid for his birthday.I really like using other colors

  13. Teresa says:

    I am always looking for small things (ok, not so small)I can use as charms on my key chain. Makes it much easier to find them. This is adorable!

  14. Lia says:

    I’m confused. How can Sc2tog be a decrease? In R19, it says to use sc2tog, but if you put two single crochets in one stitch it is an increase.
    What am I missing? Thanks much!

  15. Khristina says:

    Thanks for the tutorial. I have added your link to my freebie blog if thats okay…Thanks, Khris

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  20. The pattern, as written will leave you with an adorable, teeny egg-shapped pal for anyone you want to make smile!

  21. Crazy4Crochet says:

    I just bought your book and love this adorable pattern…especially since it’s free. Thanks for sharing!!

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  25. tinggi badan says:

    These guys shouldn’t take much more than an hour to make and use a bulky weight yarn and a hook

  26. These guys shouldn’t take much more than an hour to make and use a bulky weight yarn and a hook 2 sized smaller than what’s recommended on the label to make a large stuffie that would make a great gift!

  27. hi I have a little business of babe clothing/bedding etc made from fabric I have printed with my designs of hand illustrated munkis.
    I have been working on crochet munkis for a while however my crochet skills are not great. I am wondering if you would be interested in producing a pattern for me.
    I have listed my email address below and hope you can help!
    Best regards
    Sheena

  28. aiden smith says:

    thanks for stuff its very nice

  29. marlene says:

    I made this bunny and put a link for your pattern.
    thank you so much,
    marlene

  30. Martinez says:

    Wow, nice post,there are many person searching about that now they will find enough resources by your post.Thank you for sharing to us.Please one more post about that…

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