Spring Bunny

from A Morning Cup of Jo Creations

Spring Bunny Pattern


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Crocheting: Spring Bunny
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details







Skill Level:

medium skill level requirement Intermediate

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • chain
  • slip stitch
  • single crochet
  • double crochet
  • triple crochet
  • half double crochet
  • single crochet increase
  • single crochet decrease

Pattern Description:

Hello, and thanks for visiting this page! :)

These adorable Spring bunnies spread smiles and sunshine wherever they go! Their tilted ears and floppy legs capture the hearts of those who meet them -- and they LOVE meeting new people. If you're looking to crochet a super cute gift for someone special (which includes yourself!), this pattern is perfect for you!

"Spring Bunny" is the first amigurumi pattern that I've ever published, so I worked really hard to make it as awesome as possible. This means that you'll get 13 pages with tons of clear photos, detailed instructions, and helpful tips! You'll also receive two versions of the pattern in one .pdf file (a picture-filled version on pages 1-9 and a simplified version w/ no pictures on pages 10-13) so that you can choose which one to use. Please take a look at the photos above to see a sneak peek of the pattern!

YOU ARE WELCOME TO SELL THE ANIMALS THAT YOU MAKE FROM MY PATTERN! Since you'll be dedicating lots of time and love to crocheting, I'll totally support your efforts to earn some money! :) PLEASE READ the copyright portion of my pattern for more information. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me at amorningcupofjo@gmail.com.

I'd love to see the results of your hard work! Please share photos of your new animals on my Facebook wall.

Thanks again for visiting this page, and happy crocheting!

<3 Josephine

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Specific gauge is not extremely important. Proportions will be correct if consistent tension is maintained throughout.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Approximately 15 inches tall


  • Worsted-weight yarn in colors of your choice (Color A: bunny body, Color B: sweater trim, Color C: Main Sweater, Color D: flower, Color E: leaves)
  • E/4 (3.50mm) crochet hook
  • G/6 (4.00mm) crochet hook
  • Two 6mm plastic safety eyes
  • Poly-Fil or stuffing of your choice
  • Pink fabric paint and brush
  • 3 buttons in sizes/colors of your choice
  • Thread for sewing on buttons
  • Sewing needle
  • Yarn needle for finishing

Pattern Reviews

Pattern Reviews

Average Review (of 3 reviews)
Just-Jo on craftsy.com

Excellent Spring bunny  July 17, 2013

I loved this pattern! I made 2 bunnys already and I keep loving to create more!

aydenangel on craftsy.com

Excellent Design are awesome  April 8, 2013

Your design are exquisite! I love making those things. I love all your patterns! Consider that giraffe!!! ;)

Sabry Cinciut on craftsy.com

Excellent Super nice pattern  March 22, 2013

The pattern is extremely well written and detailed. Full of pictures. Made with love.
My finished bunny is around 30cm tall (ears included-23 cm no ears), there was no problem in crocheting following instructions.
Very well done Josephine!
Thank you for this pattern

About Designer

About Designer

Josephine Wu on craftsy.com

Helloooo! I'm currently working hard toward becoming an elementary school teacher (my #1 passion) -- I've been taking classes, working as a substitute teacher, volunteering as a Girl Scout leader, studying for exams, volunteering at an elementary school, and working as a group tutor. In between all of this, I try to remember to BREATHE and make some time to get away from the hustle and bustle ...

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