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Bunny in a Bonnet · Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

Looking for an adorable, low-sew bunny to crochet for Easter? This sweet bun is fast to work up, and even has a bonus removable bonnet! 


The Bunny in a Bonnet is a very low-sew amigurumi rabbit pattern. This sweet doll has a chibi body with stubby arms and legs, and wears a bonnet hood with ear holes. The no-sew body base is quick, easy, and worked in one piece. The only sewing required is for attaching the ears to the head. 

Doesn't it look quite cute without its bonnet, too?

It’s the perfect Easter gift, birthday gift, or Christmas holiday gift for rabbit lovers! 

About the Pattern

  • Low-sew doll (sewing is only required for attaching the ears to the head)
  • Fast and easy project
  • Height: 7 inches (18 cm)
  • Suitable for familiar beginners 
  • Makes a cute doll base with lots of customization options!

Recommended Yarn

This doll can be crocheted with different yarn weights and fibers to create different looks!  I crocheted the doll part of this design using a polyester yarn (Hobbii Honey Bunny yarn) that creates a chenille and velvet look. The end result is fluffy, plush, squishy, and super soft!

Medium weight yarn in cotton (or acrylic) is used for the bunny's hat, which shows a nice contrast in yarn texture!

If you'd like to make a smaller, "mini" version of this bunny (it'd make a great keychain too!), the same instructions can be used with medium weight #4 yarn paired with a smaller crochet hook, such as 2.75mm. Here are my medium weight yarn recommendations:


  • Plush toy for children to play with
  • Selling at craft fairs, markets, or boutiques
  • Easter gift, birthday gift, or holiday gift
  • Christmas stocking stuffer

PDF Pattern

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