Bianca: Free Bunny Crochet Pattern

Free Crochet Amigurumi Pattern

This bunny amigurumi was inspired by my two year old daughter who is currently obsessed with everything bunny and everything rainbow. She carts little bunnies all around our house, including stuffed animals and ceramics. Bianca would make the perfect Easter gift, or could be displayed as Easter décor. The pattern is in table format to make it as clear as possible. Pictures are included as well for clarity.


  • Yarn: I used medium weight acrylic yarn (2mm wide) in pink for the body, head, arms, legs, and tail. For the rainbow I used medium weight acrylic yarn (2mm wide) in white, cyan, yellow, orange, peach, and pink.
  • Tapestry Thread: white and pink
  • 8mm safety eyes
  • A piece of cardboard to make the Pom Pom tail
  • Polyfil to stuff


  • 3.5mm/E crochet hook for head, body, arms, legs
  • 3 mm/D crochet hook for rainbow
  • Tapestry needle
  • Stitch markers

  • mr – magic ring
  • sc – single crochet
  • FO – fasten off
  • ch – chain
  • st – stitch
  • sts – stitches
  • BLO – back loop only
  • hdc – half double crochet
  • inc – increase
  • dec – decrease (I use invisible decreases)
  • sl st – slip stitch
  • () – work instructions within parentheses as many times as directed
  • * – perform instruction as many times as indicated
  • mm – millimeter
  • pattern written in US/Canadian terminology


Head & Body: to be worked in continuous round, I used pink medium weight yarn and 3.5mm crochet hook.

1start by forming the head. 6sc in mr6
2inc in each st around12
3(1sc, inc)*618
4(2sc, inc)*624
5-7sc in each st around for 3 rounds24
8begin to form cheeks. (3sc, inc)*630
9(4sc, inc)*636
10sc in each st around36
118sc, 2inc, 16sc, 2inc, 8sc40
128sc, 2dec, 16sc, 2dec, 8sc36
13(4sc, dec)*630
14(3sc, dec)*624
15(2sc, dec)*618
16sc in each st around. Place safety eyes between rounds 10 and 11 with 6 sts between them. Using white tapestry thread stitch nose between eyes in round 11. Using pink tapestry thread stitch rosy cheeks beneath and on the outside of each eye. See picture below. Stuff head. 18
17begin to form body. (2sc, inc)*624
18sc in each st around24
19(3sc, inc)*630
20sc in each st around30
21(4sc, inc)*636
22-30sc in each st around for 9 rounds. begin to stuff body.36
31(4sc, dec)*630
32sc in each around in BLO30
33(3sc, dec)*624
34(2sc, dec)*6. Finish stuffing.18
35(1sc, dec)*612
366dec around, close mr and FO

Ears: Worked in continuous round using same yarn and hook as body. Make 2.

14sc in mr4
2(1sc, inc)*26
3(2sc, inc)*28
4(3sc, inc)*210
5(4sc, inc)*212
6-11sc in each st around for 6 rounds. slst into 1st st, FO leaving long tail12
st ear shut then join 1st st and last st to form a round base. This will slightly crease the ear.

Stitch the base of the ear closed

Stitch the first stitch to the last stitch to form a round base.

Arms: Worked in continuous round using same yarn and hook as body. Make 2.

16sc in mr6
2inc in each st around12
3-4sc in each st around for two rounds12
56dec around, stuff hands6
6-11sc in each around for 6 rounds, stuff lightly. Close mr, FO leaving long tail6

Completed arms

Legs: Started on both sides of a foundation chain and then worked in continuous rounds using same yarn and hook as body. Make 2.

1– form a slipknot, ch 6
– starting in 2nd chain from hook make 1 sc in each of next 4 sts
– make 3sc in next st to go around the corner, turn work
– on other side of chain make 1 sc in each of the next 3 sts
– make 2 sc in last st, slst to join.
2(1sc, inc)*618
3sc in BLO of each around 18
4sc in each around18
5(1sc, dec)*6 12
64sc, 2dec, 4sc, stuff foot10
7-13sc in each st around for 7 rounds, stuff lightly10
145dec, close mr and FO, leaving long tail5

Forming the sole of the foot by working in both sides of a foundation chain.

Rainbow Belly: I used medium weight yarn in white, cyan, yellow, orange, peach, and pink and a 3.0mm crochet hook. The first chain of each ring counts as a stitch. Attach next color to the top of the chain in the previous ring. Feel free to use whatever colors you prefer!

1 – Whitein mr ch 2 and make 7hdc, FO, but leave as a semi circle8
2 – Cyanattach cyan yarn (see note above), ch 2, 6hdc inc, hdc, FO14
3 – Yellowattach yellow yarn, ch 2, (1hdc, hdc inc)*6, hdc, FO20
4 – Orangeattach orange yarn, ch 2, (2hdc, hdc inc)*6, hdc, FO26
5 – Peachattach peach yarn, ch 2, (3hdc, hdc inc)*6, hdc, FO32
6 – Pinkattach pink yarn, ch 1, (4sc, inc)*6, sc, FO38
7 – Whiteattach white yarn, ch 1, sc in each st around (38), then sc evenly across the bottom to form a clean border. I did 20 sts across the bottom, approximately 10 per side of the rainbow. slst to first st, FO and leave long tail.58

Attach cyan yarn to the top loop of the chain of the white ring.

Form sc evenly across the bottom of the rainbow. A good rule of thumb is 1 st for each sc row and 2 for hdc rows. I did 20 sc approximately 10 on each side of mr. Typically you would add 3 sc to go around each corner, but I didn’t do this because I wanted the rainbow to curve around the bunny’s body.

Tail: Using white medium weight yarn, make a pom pom. Wrap yarn firmly around cardstock or cardboard multiple times. Remove cardstock. Tie securely around bundle, leave this tail long for securing the pom pom to the bunny’s body. Cut through all loops, and trim to desired size.


Gather all components.

I placed two stitch markers between rounds 2 and 3 and marked the 6 stitches I would be using to join each ear to the head. You can use disappearing ink for this, but I just had a washable marker on hand. Next remove the stitch markers and stitch the ears to their corresponding spots. Wait to weave in the ends until you’re sure you like the placement.

Next, determine placement for the rainbow belly, secure it in place and stitch it on.

Mark placement for the arms. I like to pin them on first to make sure I like where they are before I stitch them on. I placed mine in line with the back of the ears and ended up securing them between rounds 16 and 17.

Mark placement for the legs like you did for the arms and stitch in place. mine span the rounds 27 to 29 with 10 sts between across the back.

Stitch on the pom pom tail. I Put mine on rounds 26 and 27 between the two legs.

Weave in all your ends securely. Your adorable bunny is complete. Drop me a comment below or a question if anything was unclear. If you liked this pattern please give me a share on social media and pin it on pinterest. Enjoy your little creation!