Free Crochet Pattern...One Round Bunnies!

These bunnies are so cute and cheerful for of all the are only one round, making them a fast and easy little project.  Use them to scatter across a springtime table, to tuck into baskets, or stuff into eggs for an egg hunt surprise.

To make a one round bunny, I used some worsted weight scrap yarn and an H hook.  Try using other yarn weights too for a variety of different effects.  Be sure to check the yarn label for hook recommendation.

To start, chain 4.

Join with a slip stitch to form a ring.

Now work 4 double crochet into the center of the ring,

then chain 4 (this is the first ear),

In the second chain from the hook, work one single crochet.

 In the next chain, work one single crochet,

and in the next chain work another single crochet.

At the base of the ear, work one more single crochet into the stitch.

Not work a slip stitch into the center of the ring (this separates the ears).

Work a double crochet into the ring,

and chain 4.

in the second chain from the hook, work a single crochet, and then a single crochet in each of the next three chains.

When you reach the base of the ear, work one more single crochet in the stitch at the base.

Both ears are finished...

Now work two more double crochet into the center of the ring to complete the bunny.

Flip the bunny over and gently pull the yarn on the back to close the hole and trim excess.

Fasten off and weave in ends.  Shape a bit with your hands when finished if needed.

Click below to watch a video on how to crochet a One Round Bunny stitch by stitch:


  1. Cute. I've been crocheting little butterflies this evening. I think I'll do some of the bunnies and make crocheted Easter bags. :) Thanks for sharing. Best wishes, Tammy

  2. These are so cute! Thanks for sharing! I think I might try my hand at crocheting a few :)
    Olivia Xx

  3. The bunnies are so lovely :) What a nice applique idea! Thank you!

    1. That is a great idea...I'll have to keep that one in mind :)

  4. I think I will make a "pile" of these, put paperclips at the bottom to make bookmarks for my granddaughter's class for Easter.
    I am sure kids will love them.

  5. These are adorable. I think I will make these into lapel pins for my Veterinarian's office. Dr. Saver's practice is called Catnip & Carrots--they specialize in cats & rabbits, very supportive of animal rescue.


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