Everyone loves soft, snuggly bunny rabbits. These furry little creatures are so cute and innocent. If you are looking for some ideas for baby showers or Easter baskets, you cannot go wrong with these knitted bunny patterns.
Below are 29 adorable rabbit knitting patterns. We have included bunny amigurumi patterns as well as hats, blankets, pillows, and more. We think you will want to add some of these knitted bunny patterns to your to-do list.
1. Easter Rabbit Knitting Pattern by KnitZoo
Here is another adorable amigurumi knitted bunny pattern. And it comes with instructions for an elf hat, scarf, dress, and sweater. You can change the colours of the clothes and accessories to match any holiday.
This is a pattern that can be completed by a beginner that has basic knitting skills. The pattern is 57 pages long. When finished, the bunny measures roughly 5.9 inches (15-16 cm) tall.
2. Knitted Bunny Toy Pattern by IknitBuddy
Everyone will love this little cutie. The bunny would make a great gift for a child or an Easter basket stuffer. Make a few of these using different colours so each child will have their own unique bunny.
This is a very detailed PDF knitted bunny pattern suitable for beginners. There are more than 80 pictures along with step-by-step instructions. The pattern includes instructions for the hat, scarf, and glasses. When finished, the plush bunny will measure roughly 3.15-4 inches (7-8 cm) tall.
3. Bunny Knitting Pattern (15 inches tall) by PolushkabunnyKnit
Kids will love cuddling and carrying around this floppy knitted bunny. Make it in a subtle colour or have fun and make it bright and cheerful.
The bunny is knitted in the round. Finished, the bunny will measure close to 15-16 inches (38-40 cm). The pattern comes in English, German, Dutch, Spanish, and French.
4. Patons Zoe Free Knitted Bunny Pattern from Yarnspirations
This knitted bunny would make a fantastic baby shower gift. It is soft and squishy and would look great decorating a nursery.
You can get this bunny knitting pattern free. To complete the pattern, you will need Patrons Beehive Baby Sport yarn, 3.25 mm (US 3) double pointed needles, stuffing, stitch marker, and black embroidery thread.
5. Bunny Bag Knitting Pattern by WoolAffair
Make a set of these re-usable gift wrapper bags for next Easter. You can fill them with candy, toys, jewellery, or anything that will fit. Only basic knitting skills are required to make the knitted bunny bags. Each bag will take about 3 hours to make and will measure 9.05 inches (23 cm) x 6.3 inches (16 cm).
6. Bunny Bags Knitting Pattern by dollytime
These knitted bunny bags are perfect for handing out at Easter. They can be used to hold chocolate treats or small toys.
The pattern is 7 pages and has plenty of pictures and step-by-step instructions. You will need to know cast on, cast off, knit, purl, increase and decrease.
7. Knitted Bunny Cushion Cover Pillow Case Pattern by MrKaplanCrafts
This bunny cushion is perfect for adding a touch of whimsy to your decor. Or knit one as an Easter gift or baby shower gift. Everyone will want to pinch the fluffy bunny tail.
The finished knitted bunny pillow cushion measures 13 inches x 13 inches. It uses 100g of chunky yarn, 3.50 mm (US 4) single or double pointed needles, a cushion, a zipper, thread, sewing needle, zipper, stuffing, and a stitch marker.
8. Blanket Baby Rabbit Knitting Pattern by OhLaLanaDesigns
If you are looking for a baby shower gift, this knitted bunny baby blanket would be ideal. It would be great for a woodland animal themed nursery.
The pattern includes 2 sizes: stroller size and crib size. There are detailed explanations on how to work with more than one colour using the Intarsia technique. There are written row by row instructions along with a chart.
9. Knitted Huggie Bunnies Pattern from St Luke’s Cheshire Hospice
This bunny knitting pattern is free from St. Luke’s Cheshire Hospice. These cute bunnies are designed to hug Cadbury Crème Eggs. You will want to knit up a bunch of these so all the kids can have one.
10. Holland Lop Rabbit Knitting Pattern by DotpebblesKnits
Everyone will want to hold and cuddle this knitted bunny. The finished bunny measures approximately 8 inches long. The same size as a real baby bunny.
The rabbit knitting pattern is knit flat on 2 needles. The body is made with minimal seaming, joining as you go.
11. Easy Baby Blanket Bunny Knit Pattern from SprogletsKits
Here is a pattern for an easy baby blanket. It features four little bunny rabbits. This easy knit is perfect for beginners that are looking for a gift for a baby shower or new baby.
To make this blanket you only need to know knit and purl stitches. The blanket can be made in any size from buggy upwards. You will need chunky yarn, and 6 mm (US 10) circular knitting needles.
12. Amigurumi Bunny Knit Pattern by KnitByMarynik
Knit this little amigurumi bunny to place in an Easter basket. It is the perfect size for that special addition.
This pattern is knitted using 4 needles. You will be knitting in a circle with 3 needles. The fourth needle is the working needle. The pattern includes pictures to help with knitting and assembly.
13. Easter Blanket Bunny Knitting Pattern by ThePurplePorcupine
Here is an intermediate level pattern that creates a colourful and fun knitted bunny blanket. This would make a great gift for Easter or a grandchild.
This downloadable pdf knitting pattern includes directions to knit the blanket as well as completed pictures and a graph. This blanket can be knitted in any colour combination of your choice. Finished, the blanket measures approximately 33 inches wide x 36 inches long
Perfect pattern for Knitters of Intermediate Skill Level!!
14. Elderberry Knitted Bunny Pattern by HuggableBears
Knit a whole family of bunnies with this rabbit knitting pattern. Along with the bunny pattern, are instructions for a dress, bonnet, dungarees, hat, and basket.
The Elderberry Bunny measures approximately 10 inches (28 cm) tall, not including ears. The feet, legs and body are knitted in one piece. The head, ears, arms and tail are knitted separately then sewn on. All pieces are knitted flat.
15. Free Knitted Bunny Pattern for Quick Easter Gift Bags
Use this free knitted bunny and chick pattern to make these adorable bags. You can use these bags for Easter instead of a basket. The chick and bunny are knitted separately then stitched onto the completed bags.
16. Baby Lovey Bunny Knitting Pattern by EasyKnittingPatterns
Every child needs a security blanket. This bunny rabbit will surely get the cuddling it deserves. You can use pink for a girl or blue for a boy. If you are unsure which colour to use, use a neutral colour such as a soft grey.
The knitted bunny blanket measures approximately 16.5 inches (42 cm) tall, not including the ears. All pieces of the bunny are knitted flat on regular straight needles. The pattern contains 8 pages of knitting instructions and a 3 page assembly guide. There are also plenty of colour photos.
Also see: Crochet Lovey Patterns
17. Rustic Knitted Bunny Hat Pattern by LambandCoDesigns
Kids will love wearing these knitted bunny ear hats. You can make these hats in any colour you choose.
The pattern includes instructions for preemie/newborn (up to 3 months), 3-6 months, 6 months to 1 year, 1-2 years, 2-4 years, and 4-8 years. It is an intermediate level pattern.
18. Bunny Draught Excluder Toy Knitting Pattern by fluffandfuzz
Knit yourself a draught excluder with this whimsical knitted bunny pattern. This long, colourful bunny rabbit will brighten your room and keep the breeze out.
The knitting pattern is written in English only. It is knitted flat on single pointed needs using acrylic DK yarns. Along with the yarn and 3.25 mm knitting needles, you will need a tapestry needle, toy filling, domed buttons, and a pom pom maker.
19. Knitted Bunny Baby Blanket Pattern by MyMenyDesigns
Here is an intermediate level knitted bunny blanket pattern. It would make a cute addition to any nursery. Or use it as a lap blanket.
The blanket it knit using US 6 (4 mm) circular knitting needles. Finished, the bunny blanket will measure approximately 26 inches (66.04 cm) wide x 33 inches (83.82 cm) high. The pdf file is 6 pages long with written instructions and charts.
20. Cinnamon Dutch Rabbit Knitting Pattern by DotpebblesKnits
Do you know someone that loves bunnies? This knitted bunny is almost lifelike. It would make a great gift for Easter or anytime of the year.
Cinnamon the Dutch Bunny is knitted flat on 2 needles. The body is made with minimal seaming. The pattern is suitable for an advanced beginner. Completed, the bunny will stand about 6.3 inches (16 cm) tall and wide.
21. Knitted Bunny Toy with Removable Clothes Pattern by Littlecottonrabbits
Knit a child a little bunny with removable clothes this Easter. Or make the bunnies for a woodland themed nursery. Included are instructions to knit the dress, sweater, and a pair of shorts.
There are 3 options for knitting the head. There is a single colour, a bunny with an eye patch, and a Dutch bunny with a blaze on its nose. Each bunny will measure about 7 inches (18 cm) from the tips of their toes to the tops of their heads.
22. Peter Rabbit Knitting Pattern by NotJustNanasKnit
Peter Rabbit is a classic. The bunny rabbit and his friends are often found in nursery decor. You can use this knitted bunny pattern to make Peter or change the blue to pink and make Flopsy.
The blanket is a fairly simple pattern that is made using knit and purl stitches. Included are full written instructions with images and a chart. There is also an explanation of how to enlarge the blanket.
23. Bunny from a Square by Kristen McDonnell
Are you a beginner that knows how to knit a square? Then you can make this knitted bunny. This project works up quickly, making it a great bunny for new knitters.
You can make this bunny as small or as large as you choose. You will need to know how to make a slip knot, cast on, knit stitch, garter stitch, and bind off.
24. Knitting Pattern Bonnet Bunny Rabbit by Simply Sycamore
Make this super cute, knitted bunny bonnet for a newborn baby photoshoot. Or make it for a child. The pattern includes sizes from newborn to child. The pattern is easy to knit and worked completely on flat needles. You will need to know how to knit, purl, increase, and decrease.
25. Riley Rabbit Knitting Pattern by LittleTotzDesigns
Riley Rabbit is all ready for Easter. He would make a perfect gift or shelf sitter. He will add that special, playful touch to any decor.
Riley will measure approximately 9 inches (22.86 cm) tall from the tip of his ears to the bottom of his feet. His body, feet, and legs are knit in the round. The ears are knit flat.
26. Bunny Scarf Knit Pattern by JackiBean
Keep your child warm with an adorable cotton tail scarf. And the best part is, kids will want to wear it. This is an intermediate level knitting pattern. There is only one size. It is knit flat using US 13 (8 mm) and US 9 (9.5 mm) knitting needles.
27. Itty Bitty Fuzzy Wuzzy Bunny Booties Pattern by Yarnspirations
Knit a pair of these adorable bunny slippers for the next baby shower you are invited to. The slippers are made using Bernat Softee Baby and Bernat Pipsqueak yarn. The pattern is intended to fit a 3-12 month old baby.
28. Briley the Bunny Hood Pattern by TwoOfWandsShop
Knit up this whimsical hooded scarf for anyone in your family. It is available in 3 sizes. The scarf is a perfect mix of cosy and cute. It will definitely bring out a person’s playful energy.
The hooded, knitted bunny scarf features a fluffy pom pom tail on one end and a loop closure on the other. It is an intermediate level knitting pattern written in standard US terms.
29. Some Bunny To Love Beanie Knitting Pattern by AspenLeafKnits
The Some Bunny to Love Beanie works up quickly. The beanie is made with super bulky (weight 6) or light bulky yarn (weight 5). The repeating pattern creates tiny little bunnies.
Included are instructions for different sizes: adult/teen, child, toddler, and baby. The knitted bunny hat pattern is a great stash buster.
Who says rabbits are only for Easter? Children, as well as adults, will love these knitted bunny patterns.
Bunny rabbits are always popular knitting patterns, especially around Easter. With their fluffy tails and long floppy ears, they are fun to knit. We have included 15 patterns for you to choose from.
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