Cute Bunny Amigurumi Free Pattern

LIST OF MATERIALS REQUIRED

  1. YarnArt JEANS yarn shade 80/05 (gray / beige),

01 (white), 77 (orange), 52 (green)

  1. Threads of floss or iris pink, black and brown

for the design of the muzzle.

  1. Hook No. 2 and 2.5.
  2. Filler (holofiber, synthetic fluff).
  3. Eyes 8 mm on the secure mount.
  4. Joint for attaching the head 2.5 cm (optional)
  5. Long needle with a large eye for tightening and threading fastening.
  6. Needle for sewing together toy parts.
  7. Scissors.

When using the specified materials and medium density knitting toy turns out to be about 14 cm tall without ears and 27 cm with ears.

ABBREVATİONS

SC – single crochet

inc – increase (2 SC in one loop)

dec – decrease (2 SC together)

CH – air loop

SL-ST – connecting post

the offset loop is always the first loop of the row (knit like SC), but then the second loop that follows it is considered the first loop. With it, we align knitting. The offset loop is not included in the total loop count for the pattern.

HEAD

Start knitting with your base color.

1st row: 6 SC in amigurumi ring (6)

2nd row: increase * 6 times (12)

3rd row: (1 SC, inc) * 6 times (18)

4th row: (2 SC, inc) * 6 times (24)

5 row: (3 SC, inc) * 6 times (30)

6 row: (4 SC, inc) * 6 times (36)

7 row: (11 SC, inc) * 3 times (39)

8 row: (12 SC, inc) * 3 times (42)

9-12 row (4 rows): 42 SC (42)

13th row: inc, 8 SC, 8 inc, 7 SC (in place a marker in the central loop of these seven – this is the center of the muzzle), 8 inc, 8 SC, inc, 1 SC (60)

14-19 row (6 rows): 60 SC (60)

At this point, insert the safety eyes between the 12th and 13th rows of the head at a distance of 7 SC, focusing on the center of the muzzle.

20 row: (1 SC, dec) * 20 times (40)

21 row: (2 SC, dec) * 10 times (30)

Start filling your head.

22 row: (3 SC, dec) * 6 times (24)

23 row: (2 SC, dec) * 6 times (18)

If you plan to use the joint to attach the head, insert one part of the joint (disc with screw) into the head at this point. If you are not using a joint, skip this step and just continue knitting.

Before inserting the joint, fill the head all the way, very tightly, forming the cheeks.

24 row: (1 SC, dec) * 6 times (12)

25 row: decrease * 6 times (6)

Cut the thread, tighten the hole around the screw. Hide the thread.

DECORATION OF THE FACE

First you need to pull the muzzle.

To do this, you need to mark the points through which you will tighten. Points A and B, C and D are located near the toy’s eye, points D and E in the middle of the muzzle between 20 and 21 rows. Distance between adjacent points – 1 SC. Insert the thread at point D, output at point B (the end of the thread should remain visible from point D). For convenience, I will write the points in turn of inserting and removing the needle. So: D – (B – A – D – E – C – G – E – D) * repeat 2-3 times. Thus, you have pulled the mouth of the toy, now you need to pull your eyes together: (A – D – C – B) * repeat 2 times. Tighten the thread.

Bring the thread out at point D, tie both ends and hide.

The tightening is ready.

Next, embroider the whites of the eyes, eyelashes, eyebrows and nose of the toy.

How I do this, you can watch the video on Instagram (in the publication with the MK stages).

EARS (2 pieces)

Begin to crochet with a thread of the main color in a larger size (I have it a hook number 2.5). Knit loose enough to make the eyelet heavier.

1st row: 6 SC in magic ring (6)

2nd row: increase * 6 times (12)

3rd row: (1 SC, inc) * 6 times (18)

4th row: (8 SC, inc) * 2 times (20)

5 row: 1 SC, inc, 9 SC, inc, 8 SC (22)

6-9 row (4 rows): 22 SC (22)

10 row: (dec, 9 SC) * 2 times (20)

11-13 row (3 rows): 20 SC (20)

14 row: (dec, 8 SC) * 2 times (18)

15-17 row (3 rows): 18 SC (18)

18 row: (dec, 7 SC) * 2 times (16)

19-23 row (5 rows): 16 SC (16)

24 row: (dec, 6 SC) * 2 times (14)

25-29 row (5 rows): 14 SC (14)

30 row: (dec, 5 SC) * 2 times (12)

31-37 row (7 rows): 12 SC (12)

Fold the base of the eyelet in half, knit 6 SC together. Cut the thread, leave the end for sewing.

In order for the ears to be less “standing”, be sure to steam them with an iron, slightly stretching the canvas.

TRUNK

The body is knitted from top to bottom.

Start knitting with your base color.

1st row: 6 SC in magic ring (6)

Tighten the amigurumi ring lightly so that the screw from the joint can be inserted into it.

2nd row: increase * 6 times (12)

3rd row: (1 SC, inc) * 6 times (18)

4th row: (2 SC, inc) * 6 times (24)

5 row: (7 SC, inc) * 3 times (27)

6 row: 3 SC, inc, (8 SC, inc) * 2 times, 5 SC (30)

7 row: (9 SC, inc) * 3 times (33)

Attach the base of the torso to the head by sliding it over the joint screw and securing it with a plug. To make it easier to do this, thread a knitting needle through your head (at the very base, just above the disc of the joint), and lean on this knitting needle when attaching the torso.

Continue knitting the torso

8 row: 4 SC, inc, (10 SC, inc) * 2 times, 6 SC (36)

9 row: (11 SC, inc) * 3 times (39)

10 row: 5 SC, inc, (12 SC, inc) * 2 times, 7 SC (42)

11 row: 12 SC, 2 inc, 28 SC (44)

12 row: 13 SC, 2 inc, 29 SC (46)

13 row: 14 SC, 2 inc, 30 SC (48)

If you are not using a joint to attach the head, mark yourself the increments in rows 11-13 – this is the center of the back of the toy.

14-21 rows (8 rows): 48 SC (48)

22 row: 2 SC, dec, (6 SC, dec) * 5 times, 4 SC (42)

23 row: (5 SC, dec) * 6 times (36)

Start filling your torso.

24 row: 1 SC, dec, (4 SC, dec) * 5 times, 3 SC (30)

25 row: (3 SC, dec) * 6 times (24)

26 row: (2 SC, dec) * 6 times (18)

27 row: (1 SC, dec) * 6 times (12)

28 row: decrease * 6 times (6)

Cut the thread, pull off the hole. Hide the thread.

LEGS (2 pieces)

Start knitting with white thread. Cast on 6 CH, start knitting from the second loop from the hook.

1 row: inc, 3 SC, 4 SC in one loop, 4 SC (13)

2nd row: 2 inc, 2 SC, 6 inc, 2 SC, inc (22)

3rd row: (1 SC, inc) * 2 times, 2 SC, (1 SC, inc) * 6 times, 3 SC, inc (31)

Work two offset loops.

4-6 rows (3 rows): 31 SC (31)

7 row: dec, 29 SC (30)

8 row: 7 SC, 8 dec, 7 SC (22)

9th row: 7 SC, 4 dec, 7 SC (18)

10 row: 7 SC, 2 dec, 7 SC (16)

11 row: 7 SC, dec, 7 SC (15)

Change the thread to your base color.

12-18 row (7 rows): 15 SC (15)

19 row: (3 SC, dec) * 3 times (12)

20 row: decrease * 6 times (6)

Cut the thread, pull off the hole. Hide the thread.

HANDLES (2 pieces)

Start knitting with white thread.

1st row: 6 SC in magic ring (6)

2nd row: increase * 6 times (12)

3rd row: (3 SC, inc) * 3 times (15)

4-5 row: 15 SC (15)

6 row: 1 dec, 2 SC, 1 dec, 9 SC (13)

7 row: 2 dec, 9 SC (11)

8 row: 1 dec, 9 SC (10)

Change the thread to your base color.

9-17 row (9 rows): 10 SC (10)

18 row: decrease * 5 times (5)

Cut the thread, pull off the hole. Hide the thread.

TAIL

Knit with white thread.

1st row: 6 SC in magic ring (6)

2nd row: increase * 6 times (12)

3rd row: (1 SC, inc) * 6 times (18)

4th row: decrease * 9 times (9)

Fasten the thread, cut, leave a long end for sewing. Tail

Lightly fill with filler.

ASSEMBLING THE TOY

Sew the ears to the head, placing them at the base at an angle to each other, and then lightly grab them together to shape them (see photo) Attach the arms and legs using a thread fastener – the legs between 10 and 11 rows of the body (bottom), handles between 23 and 24 rows (bottom). You can see how I make the thread fastening of the legs on Instagram-TV on my @tata_memories page.

Sew the ponytail between 10-13 rows of the body (from below). Tint the cheeks. The bunny is ready!