Crochet Easter Egg Bunny

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I’m in love with this Crochet Easter Egg Bunny.  I seriously could put him on my desk and look at him all day long.  It makes me smile every time.   What a way to welcome in spring!Crochet Easter Egg BunnyThere are so many things to love about this cutie pie crochet egg bunny.  I love the sweet pastel pink nose against the white and bright yarn.  And the hint of pink in the ears makes me smile!  The bunny egg could also be dressed up with the little flowers or bow tie from the Peas in A Pod Get Married pattern too.  Put one at a jaunty angle by an ear or even at the neck.  So, so cute!

Plus the Crochet Easter Egg Bunny makes a perfect set with some solid or striped eggs from the crochet Easter Egg Pattern nestled in the darling crochet Easter basket to hold all the goodness!  And if you really want to go all out, make Bernadette Bunny.  I mean, let’s get serious now, who DOESN’T need a crochet Easter Egg bunny in their life?

A Crochet Easter Egg Bunny is also a perfect introduction to making amigurumi!  You can practice the magic ring to start and the best amigurumi finish for a perfect finish.  And work on your stuffing technique, facial features and sewing on pieces—all in one simple project!

If you’re looking to learn how to make the best amigurumi, be sure to check out my Amigurumi: A Beginner’s Guide.  It’s a massive 165 page ebook of detailed tutorials, tips and tricks (plus exclusive patterns).  You can read about that right here


If you love the Crochet Easter Egg bunny pattern, you might also like to check out these other spring patterns:

A crochet easter basket with bunny egg and eggs, a crochet gray bunny and a crochet bunny lovey

1. Crochet Easter Basket //   2. Crochet Bunny //   3.  Bunny Lovey

Crochet Easter Egg Bunny

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Crochet Easter Bunny Pattern

Here is what you will need:

  • US H8/5.00 mm crochet hook (here are my favorite crochet hooks)
  • 1/2 oz Worsted Weight Yarn, sample used Vanna’s Choice Yarn in white
  • Polyfil Stuffing
  • Small 6mm Buttons for Bunny Eyes (or embroider instead)
  • Embroidery floss (bunny noses & eyes if not using buttons)
  • Blush or pink eye shadow & brush (optional)
  • Tapestry needle, sewing needle, thread (for button), and scissors

Resources and tutorials you may find helpful in following this patternCrochet AbbreviationsUS to UK CrochetConversion Chart.  Find links to stitches on the “Tutorial” menu: Getting Started will show basic stitches used in many patterns and Crochet Stitch Dictionary shows our growing collection of crochet stitch tutorials.

For amigurumi specific tutorials be sure to read about the single crochet stitch, how to sl st (slip stitch), magic ring (or magic circle)

photo of a digital crochet amigurumi ebook

Crochet Egg Bunny Body

The bunny body is simply the Easter Egg pattern which has directions for the solid color egg as well as how to work the striped egg.  Here are instructions for the solid color egg we’re using for our Crochet Easter Egg Bunny.  I used white but the bunny would also be adorable in a gray or pastel color.

Make a magic ring

R1: 6 sc into ring (6 sts).  Work in rounds

R2:  *2sc in ea st*, repeat * to * around (12 st)

R3:  sc around (12 st)

R4:  *sc in next st, 2sc in next, repeat * to * around (18 st)

R5-6: sc around (18 st)

R7:  sc in next 4 st, 2 sc in next st, sc in next 8 st, 2sc in next st, sc in last 4 st (20 st)

R8:  *sc in next 9 st, 2sc in next*, repeat * to * once (22 st)

R9-10:  Sc around (22 st)

R11:  *sc in next 3 st, sc 2 tog, sc in next 4 st, sc 2 tog, repeat from * once (18 st)

R12:  *sc in next 2 st, sc 2 tog, sc in next 3 st, sc 2 tog, repeat from * once (14 st)  Stuff firmly.

R13:  *sc in next st, sc 2 tog, sc in next 2 st, sc 2 tog, repeat from * once (10 st)

R14:  sc 2 tog around (5 st), sl st to next st.  Fasten off, leaving tail for closing (bottom of egg)  Add any additional stuffing.  Weave the yarn through the opening to gather closed.  I like to use the perfect amigurumi finish instructions to make a nice finish!

Crochet Easter Egg Bunny

Crochet Easter Bunny Ears (make 2):

Make a magic ring

R1: 5 sc into ring (5 sts).  Work in rounds

R2:  *2sc in ea st*, repeat * to * around (10 st)

R3-9:  sc around (10 st)

R10:  *sc in next 3, sc 2 tog, repeat from * once.  Sl st in next st and fasten off, leaving a long strand for sewing. (8 st)

Crochet Easter Egg Bunny

Fold ear in half and sew bottom closed.  Then, using same strand of yarn, sew to top of head.

Repeat for 2nd ear.

Sew on button eyes between rows 5 & 6 of egg, or alternatively, use embroidery floss and a French knot to sew on eyes.

Referring to photo for placement, embroider a satin stitch nose over row 7 of egg.

Crochet Easter Egg Bunny

If desired, add pink to inside of bunny ear using pink blush (or pink eyeshadow) and a brush.  I purchased pink eyeshadow and a brush from the dollar store just to use on crochet dolls and amigurumi. When you’re done, just add the adorable crochet easter bunny to the basket along with the crocheted eggs and all is right with the world!

Crochet Easter Basket

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    1. I’m glad you like the pattern. I do offer a low cost ad-free PDF pattern for those readers who want to print the pattern, but don’t like the ads and large photos. There are links right in the post for that. Hope this helps!

  1. Love your Easter basket your Easter egg bunny in your carrot I appreciate the patterns so very much thank you love love love them all

  2. I followed your pattern without thinking and once the body/egg was completed I realized your pattern never stated where or when to put the safety eyes in. Now it has no eyes unless I sew them on which doesn’t look as nice.