Crochet Bunny Pattern

Amigurumi Pattern for Bunny with Dress

This is a crochet pattern for a little bunny in a cute summer dress. This amigurumi pattern includes an easy to follow tutorial with pictures, to help you make your own bunny rabbit with a dress.

Your amigurumi bunny will make a wonderful gift for all ages, especially young children who can cuddle and carry it everywhere they go. I designed the dress to be taken off easily. So that kids can easily change the bunny’s outfit to play dress-up, so this fashionable bunny can have a different colour dress for every occasion.

*This post may contain affiliate links meaning that if you make a purchase after using them, I earn a small commission, which helps support this blog at no additional cost to you. Keep in mind that I only link to quality products that I use myself and feel would be beneficial for my readers. You can read my full affiliate disclosure here for more information.

Crochet pattern bunny rabbit easter spring dress pattern how to bunny tutorial


▪ Skill Level: Intermediate
▪ US & UK Terminology
▪ The pattern is fully edited to ensure readability and correct stitch counts.

▪ Permission to sell the finished product (kindly link to Just A Little Crochet as the designer when possible)


The approximate height of this crochet bunny rabbit using the following weight yarns is:

▪ 4ply – 12.5 inches

▪ DK/light-worsted yarn – 14.5 inches

/ MATERIALS you will need to make this crochet bunny pattern

/ / YARN

  • 2.5 mm  – crochet hook size
  • DK/Light Worsted ( size 3) yarn in 2 colours
  • White – 2x 50g ball
  • Dress – Any colour 1x 50g ball

The yarn I used is Paintbox Yarns Cotton DK (you can find it here). This a 100% cotton yarn that comes in over 50 colours. It is also available in Aran/Worsted. I love using this yarn in all my amigurumi patterns, as it has a brilliant choice of colours to suit any project.

  • Champagne white  –  2 x 50g balls
  • Blush Pink/Mustard – 1x 50g ball


  • Safety eyes – I used 9mm solid black eyes
  • Black embroidery thread/yarn (for eyes and nose)
  • Ribbon – 6mm
  • Stitch marker
  • Sewing needle and scissors
  • Toy filling

/ ABBREVIATIONS USED in this amigurumi pattern.

  • mc = magic circle
  • ch = chain stitch
  • sl st = slip stitch
  • sc = single crochet (US)
  • dc = double crochet
  • tr = treble crochet (UK)
  • inc = increase
  • dec = decrease
  • ch -sp – chain space
  • LK- Lovers Knot/Solomons Knot (tutorial included)


Sign up for the Just a little Crochet newsletter, and receive 15% off your purchase today!

Click here to get your discount code

crochet bunny amigurumi pattern yellow and pink dresses


You will find this crochet amigurumi pattern is very easy to read with clear written instructions and lots of process pictures to help you on your way to making your own little bunny.

What yarn can I use?   You can use any type of yarn to make your bunny. However, this pattern is best suited to cotton or acrylic yarn. To make your stuffed toy larger you can use a thicker yarn. With this in mind, you will also need to increase your hook size.

Hook size?   The crochet hook you choose will depend on the thickness of the yarn you are using. For example, use a smaller crochet hook than what is recommended on your yarn label to make your amigurumi. This will prevent your toy stuffing from showing through your work.

All patterns are delivered via PDF download and are non-refundable, but I am available to help with pattern support if you require any help with finishing your project.

Have a question you’d like to ask about this pattern? You can get in touch by sending me a message here…

This crochet pattern PDF is available for instant download on Ravelry, Etsy, and Love Crafts.

To purchase this bunny pattern, see one of the following links.


Leave a Comment

Amigurumi Tutorials

Have you made this pattern, I would love to see your finished make. To share a photo of your finished toy tag @justalittlecrochet on Instagram or share your picture on my Facebook page.

More crochet amigurumi animals to try

Find my patterns on