Whether you celebrate Lunar New Year or if you just enjoy watching the celebrations, there’s no denying that the Year of the Rabbit is a great opportunity to make some CUUUUUUUUUUTE amigurumi! I’m a huge fan of amigurumi and there are so many adorable bunny pattens to make to celebrate! The rabbit is the symbol of longevity, peace, and prosperity in Chinese Culture, thus 2023 is predicted to be a year of hope. I really hope that’s the case because so far 2023 has been a pretty tough one for us. So… hope it is!
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This was the pattern that I saw that inspired this post! I love Stephanie’s work! This sweet little Chinese New Year Rabbit Crochet Pattern She has created a new amigurumi pattern for the Lunar New Year for the last 12(?) or 13 years, which I think is incredible! You can find the whole collection of her Chinese New Year Zodiac Amigurumi Patterns here.
Check out this Cute Bunny Amigurumi Crochet Pattern from Cute Toys by Vera. Once finished, the toy measures approximately 18 cm (7 inches). There are 17 pages of instructions with plenty of step-by-step photos to help you along the way!
I can’t get over how adorable this Bunny Pumpkin crochet pattern from lululovesthemoon. The pattern is available in 6 languages: German, English, French, Spanish, Dutch, Italian, and Turkish. It is an easy level amigurumi pattern. What a sweet gift this would be for a baby!
If one amigurumi bunny is cute, then a whole bunch of them is even cuter, right? This Sleeping Bunny Amigurumi Crochet Pattern from I am Sulu is a great deal, under $2 CAD (today). The finished toy is about 15cm or 5.9″ tall (including ears) and makes an adorable little toy for children! This pattern would be a quick crochet, too, if you need a last minute gift idea!
If you’re looking for a more Realistic Looking Rabbit Amigurumi Crochet Pattern, check out this pattern from Svetla Art Shop. The finished toy (when made with the recommended materials sits 13cm (5″) tall (17 cm including the height of the ears!). The pdf pattern includes 25 pages of detailed instructions and 65 step-by-step photos to help you along the way.
On the theme of realistic looking rabbit patterns, this Two Rabbits Amigurumi Toys Crochet Pattern from Crochet by Nata Erkhova is a beautiful looking pattern with instructions to make TWO rabbits, in different positions that are very realistic looking. There is even a photo of the finished rabbit next to a photo of a real rabbit in the listing to show the comparison! If you love rabbits, you will love making this crocheted stuffed rabbit pattern!
This gorgeous pattern from All About Ami is a 2-for-1 pattern because it includes instructions for a Fleece Teddy and a Fleece Bunny Amigurumi toy. I like having a printed pattern I can bring with me and quickly reference, but you can also find this pattern for free on her blog if that works better for you. I love the cozy look of these adorable stuffies and I think your loved one would love it too!
Here’s another Adorable Rabbit Amigurumi Crochet Pattern for you from Svetla Art Shop. This pattern makes a sweet bunny that sits approximately 20cm tall (with an extra 3 cm if you include the ears!). There are 23 pages of instructions and 75 step-by-step photos to guide you along the way, as well as 12 videos for more complicated instructions.
The love the subtlety of the colours chosen for this lovely Mr & Mrs Bunny Amigurumi Crochet Pattern from Krea Deluxe. This gorgeous pattern makes bunnies that sit 30 cm (Mrs) and 35 cm (Mr) tall. They would be lovely gifts for Easter or anytime!
Most of the stuffed toy patterns that I am drawn to are crocheted, but if you knit or prefer the look of a knitted stuffed toy, then this Tiny Bunny Knitting Pattern from CuteKnitToy is for you. It is knitted flat, so it is easy for beginners, though because it is very small, it may not be simple to sew the pieces together! If you don’t mind seaming, then this little stuffed toy is for you!
This adorable little bunny is dressed in lucky red and gold garb and was created by Emi Creations by Chloe. It is also available as part of her Zodiac Series Amigurumi Pattern Bundle.
Finally this adorable Fukubukuro Rabbit in a Lucky Bag Crochet Pattern from Who Moved My Wool is adorable in multiples! If you wanted to make these as gifts for friends or family to celebrate the Lunar New Year, they would be so fun to present and be a lovely thing to share with your friends!
I wish you the hope, longevity, peace and prosperity that the rabbit is known for in 2023 and beyond! Make one of these adorable patterns to remind you of that hope or pin this for later!