Amigurumi Little Bunny Free Pattern

Edith the Little Bunny

Material List

Yarn: Schachenmayr Catania (or similar yarn) in leinen (248) and strawberry (105) or Drops Puna in beige (02) and greygreen (16)

Hook: 2.20mm (or the size you prefer)

Others: fibrefill, 6mm safety eyes, yarn needle, black thread, thin black yarn for the nose and eyes

Using the same yarn and hook size, your Edith should be approximately 24cm (including the ears). You can use any yarn and hook size you prefer but then the size of the doll may differ. If you use a different yarn, make sure to adjust the hook size and safety eye size appropriately.

Abbreviations

MR- Magic Ring

sc- single crochet

ch- chain stitch

slst- slip stitch

rnd- round

dec- decrease

dc- double crochet

inc- increase

hdc- half double crochet

FLO- front loop only

sts- stitches

[…] x …. repeat the instructions in the brackets for the amount of times given

Copyright:

Edith the Little Bunny and its pattern are designed and written by Jojilie. The pattern is for personal use only. The pattern (or parts of it) may not be published (printed or online), reproduced, altered, swapped or resold. You can sell your toys made by my design, but please give credit to the designer by adding “Design and pattern by Jojilie“.

Head using Catania in leinen or Puna in beige

Rnd sts

1 6sc in MR 6

2 [inc] x6 12

3 [sc, inc] x6 18

4 [sc, inc, sc] x6 24

5 [3sc, inc] x6 30

6 [2sc, inc, 2sc] x6 36

7 36sc 36

8 [5sc, inc] x6 42

9 42sc 42

10 [3sc, inc, 3sc] x6 48

11 48sc 48

12 [7sc, inc] x6 54

13-23 (11 rnds) 54sc 54

If you are using safety eyes, insert them between rnds 20 and 21. Leave a space of 12 sts between the eyes.

24 [7sc, dec] x6 48

25 [3sc, dec, 3sc] x6 42

26 [5sc, dec] x6 36

27 [2sc, dec, 2sc] x6 30

28 [3sc, dec] x6 24

Stuff the head heavily, continue stuffing as you go.

29 [sc, dec, sc] x6 18

30 [sc, dec] x6 12

31 [dec] x6 6

Close the hole by weaving through the front loops only, then pull the yarn tightly. Fasten off and weave in the remaining yarn tail.

Ears (make 2) using catania in leinen or Puna in beige

Rnd sts

1 6sc in MR 6

2 [sc, inc] x3 9

3 [2sc, inc] x3 12

4 [3sc, inc] x3 15

5-15 (11 rnds) 15sc 15

Fold the ears together. Crochet both edges together using 7sc. Fold the ears together again and crochet the edges together using 3sc. Leave a long yarn tail to sew the ears to the head (see ‘Assembling Edith the Little Bunny’).

Body using Catania in leinen or Puna in beige

Rnd sts

1 6sc in MR 6

2 [inc] x6 12

3 [sc, inc] x6 18

4 [sc, inc, sc] x6 24

5 [3sc, inc] x6 30

6 [2sc, inc, 2sc] x6 36

7 [5sc, inc] x6 42

8 [3sc, inc, 3sc] x6 48

9-12 (4 rnds) 48sc 48

13 [3sc, dec, 3sc] x6 42

14-15 (2 rnds) 42sc 42

16 [5sc, dec] x6 36

17-18 (2 rnds) 36sc 36

19 [2sc,dec, 2sc] x6 30

20-21 30sc 30

Stuff the body heavily, continue stuffing as you go.

22 [3sc, dec] x6 24

23-24 24sc 24

25 [sc, dec, sc] x6 18

26 18sc 18

Leave a long yarn tail to sew the head to the body later.

Arms (make 2) using catania in leinen or Puna in beige

Stuff as you go. Only stuff the first half of the arms.

Rnd sts

1 5sc in MR 5

2 [inc] x5 10

3-21 (19 rnds) 10sc 10

Crochet both edges together using 5sc. Leave a long yarn tail to attach the arms to the body later.

Legs (make 2) using catania in leinen or Puna in beige

Rnd sts

1 6sc in MR 6

2 [inc] x6 12

3 [sc, inc] x6 18

4 [sc, inc, sc] x6 24

5-7 (3 rnds) 24sc 24

8 [sc, dec] x4, 12sc 20

9 [dec] x4, 12sc 16

10 [dec] x2, 12sc 14

11-12 (2 rnds) 14sc 14

Stuff the foot heavily. Stuff the leg lightly until row 15. Do not continue stuffing after this row.

13 8sc, dec, 4sc 13

14-15 (2 rnds) 13sc 13

16 8sc, dec, 3sc 12

17-18 (2 rnds) 12sc 12

19 8sc, dec, 2sc 11

20-21 (2 rnds) 11sc 11

22 8sc, dec, sc 10

23-24 (2rnds) 10sc 10

25 [dec] x5 5

Close the hole by weaving through the front loops only, then pull the yarn tightly. Leave a very long yarn tail order to sew the legs onto the body later.

Dungarees using Catania in strawberry or Puna in greygreen

The first 7 rounds are crocheted in rows.

Row sts

1 37ch, (starting in 2nd ch from hook) 36sc, 1ch, turn 36

2 6sc, 6ch, (skip 6 sts), 12sc, 6ch, (skip 6 sts), 6sc, 1ch, turn 36

3 inc, 4sc, inc, 6sc, inc, 10sc, inc, 6sc, inc, 4sc, inc, 1ch, turn 42

4 14sc, (FLO) 14sc, (in both loops again) 14sc, 1ch, turn 42

5 [inc, 6sc] x6, 1ch, turn 48

6 [7sc, inc] x6, 1ch, turn 54

7 54sc, sl st in the first st of rnd 7, 1ch 54

From now on crochet in rounds. End each round with a slst and 1ch. If you use stich markers, place your stitch marker here.

Rnd sts

8-23 (16 rnds) 54sc 54

Fold the dress in half and find the centre. Make slip stitches to this stitch (I made 2slst).

Place a stitch marker in this stitch, this is where the next round begins. We are going to make the first leg of the dungarees

24 27sc, slst in the 1st st, 1ch 27

25 [3sc, dec] x5, 2sc, slst in the 1st st, 1ch 22

26 [3sc, dec] x4, 2sc, slst in the 1st st, 1ch 18

27 18slst (crochet these slst VERY LOOSELY) 18

Weave in ends using the invisible join method. Join your yarn to the back of the dungarees and repeat rows 24-27 to make the second leg.

To make the ruffle on the dungarees, join the yarn to the first FLO on row 4 (the top of the dungarees should be facing you).

Row sts

4 Ch2 [3dc] x14, 2ch, slst (in the same stitch as the last 3dc) 42dc

Weave in ends. Make two ties in the top corners of the back of the dungarees. Join the yarn in each corner and make a chain of 30ch. Tie a knot and cut off the excess yarn.

Headband using Catania in strawberry or Puna in greygreen

The first 7 rounds are crocheted in rows.

Row sts

1 51ch, (starting in 2nd ch from hook) 50hdc 50

Fasten off. For the 2nd row, join the yarn to the side you started crocheting on.

2 1ch, 50slst (crochet these slst VERY LOOSELY) 50

Fasten off and weave in ends. Make two ties at each end of the headband. Join the yarn and make a chain of 30ch.

The ruffle is crocheted separately and then sewn onto the headband:

1 12ch, (starting in 3rd ch from hook) 2dc, [3dc] x8, 2dc, 2ch, slst (in the same stitch as the last 2dc) 28

Pin the ruffle onto the side of the headband, sew it on using the back loops of the chain and weave in ends.

Assembling Edith the Little Bunny

Fold the ears and sew them to the head on rnd 7. Using thin black yarn, add a little bit of embroidery to the eyes and embroider the nose between rnds 20 and 21.

Sew the arms onto row 25 of the body and sew the legs onto rows 6 of each side of the body. It is easier if you pin them into place first to see exactly where you want to position them.

Put on her dungarees (The leg holes are very tight and it is a little difficult to pull the legs through). Tie the headband onto Edith’s head.

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