Bunny Rabbit Knitting Patterns
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Bunny Rabbit Toy
This toy bunny softie is about 7 inches tall and has optional tennis ball stuffing to give him shape. Yarn available on pattern page.
Little Baby Bunny
Quick little toy rabbit is just 9cm/3.5” (with ears, standing). Designed by Justyna Kacprzak
Knitterbees designed this cute little bunny with dress and balloon.
Funny Bunny Pullover
Baby sweater to fit chest measurement 6 mos 17” [ 43 cm ] 12 mos 18” [ 45.5 cm ] 18 mos 19” [ 48 cm ] 24 mos 21” [ 53.5 cm ]
Bunny Ears Hat
Itty Bitty Fuzzy Wuzzy Bunny Booties
This pattern for super soft booties from Yarnspirations is sized for 3, 6, and 12 months.
Baby Bunny Hat
Floppy-eared rabbit hat by Gina Michele for babies 1-2 years.
Another Knitted Square Bunny
Heartstrings Fiber Arts created this clever pattern to make a bunny out of a square piece of knitting.
Teeny Tiny Knitted Animals
These tiny toys by Julie at Little Cotton Rabbits are just under 2.5 inches (6 cms) tall. Great stashbuster for scrap yarn!
This cute hat pattern comes in three sizes Small (Medium, Large) with a finished circumference of about 17 (19, 21) in. (43 (48, 53.5) cm). Pictured project by rothkosmom
Big Cuddly Bunny
This bunny’s designed for maximum huggability by Purl Soho and is 15 inches high and 38 inches in circumference.
Hop Along Bunny
This sweet striped bunny is knit in the round. 16″ tall. Designed by Nancy Anderson for Red Heart
Sara Kellner’s 11 inch bunnies come with a treat carrying basket.
These children’s slippers come in 3 sizes. Designed by Red Heart. Pictured project by knitjvf70
Vintage Rabbit Toy
Sara Kellner modified a vintage knitting pattern to create this bunny that stands 15” tall
Rabbit and Bear plus 5 items of clothing
Dress your bunny in style with this pattern designed by April Cromwell for a rabbit and its clothing, as well as its bear friend!
Blue Rabbit Hat
Designed by Slip Slip Knit, this cute pattern for DK yarn has 4 sizes, from newborn to 2 years.
Designed by Sara Elizabeth Kellner, this rabbit is knit in the round with few seams. Finished size is about 12 inches long, and 6 inches high at tallest point. The Ravelry page shows several variations.
Sarah Bradberry designed this dapper bunny after a beloved childhood toy her mother made for her. Height: 35cm, 13 3/4in
Knit Little Bunny
This easy homespun bunny is about 9 in. tall.
All pieces of the bookmark designed by the Twins are knitted flat.
Patterns for Purchase
This bunny pattern includes short and long-eared versions, together with three outfits.
Bunny measures 6 inches long and 6 inches tall.
Baby Bunny in Crib
Her little crib with handles is ideally suited for small hands to carry. She can be snuggled down to sleep on her frilly pillow and kept warm with her cozy blanket. And when she’s not sleeping she’ll be happy to play alongside her young owner. SIZE: Baby Bunny – 17 cm (6.5 in).
3 Bunny Rabbits – Bluebell, Primrose, and Oscar
Three of the cutest bunny rabbits you can imagine. Length Approx 15 inches, Arm span approx 11 inches
Patterns are also available individually and the designer has many other cute designs at Mary Jane’s Tearoom You’ll fall in love!
Straight from Wonderland, this White Rabbit in DK yarn is 18cm (7in).
Bunny Tea Cosy
This adorable teapot cozy even has a fluffy pompom tail!
The pattern is written in 3 sizes:
Small: 5 1/2” around, 5” long
Medium: 6 1/2” around, 6” long
Large: 7 1/2” around, 7” long
Marni the Bunny
This bunny is all dressed up to go out! 13 inches high and the dress pattern is included.
8 Bunny Patterns
This set includes a bunny hat, 3 types of mittens, 3 types of cup cozies, and a spa cloth, all featuring a cute little cable cottontail. Patterns are also available individually.
Terry is a knitting late-bloomer, learning to knit as an adult from Internet tutorials, because she wanted a craft that was useful, fun, and portable. Knitting hats for cancer patients inspired her to design her own patterns—available for free at her blog, intheloopknitting.com. Terry met her husband Ken at a science fiction convention and moved to the Kansas City area to be with him more than 30 years ago. Terry supports her yarn stash by creating websites and other digital media. Terry firmly believes in Knitting in Public—it's a great conversation starter!