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Emma the Easter Bunny: Free Amigurumi Pattern

Amigurumi, Bunny, Easter, Pattern, Spring

Crochet Emma the Easter Bunny using this FREE amigurumi pattern! Easy written pattern with photos. #freecrochetpattern #freeamigurumipattern #crochetpattern | Nea Creates
Crochet Emma the Easter Bunny using this FREE amigurumi pattern! Easy written pattern with photos. #freecrochetpattern #freeamigurumipattern #crochetpattern | Nea Creates

**UPDATED** I’ve updated parts of the pattern for Emma the Easter Bunny, it’s easier and looks better now! Enjoy!

Hey there!

This is the first time I’ve posted a new pattern two weeks in a row! If you follow me on any of my social media you’ve seen me make all three of these Emmas and you also knew that I was gonna release the pattern today.

Crochet Emma the Easter Bunny using this FREE amigurumi pattern! Easy written pattern with photos. #freecrochetpattern #freeamigurumipattern #crochetpattern | Nea Creates

Emma is just super cute little bunny that is a fairly easy amigurumi to crochet as well.

Crochet Emma the Easter Bunny using this FREE amigurumi pattern! Easy written pattern with photos. #freecrochetpattern #freeamigurumipattern #crochetpattern | Nea Creates

That’s really all I have to say, I hope you enjoy the pattern!

About the pattern

You can buy a cheap bundle of two beautifully formatted PDF versions of this pattern on Etsy. One version uses color, while the other is made in black and white to be more printer friendly.

Add this pattern to your Ravelry queue on the Emma the Easter Bunny Ravelry page.

Disclaimer: This pattern is an original pattern by Nea Creates, it may not be redistributed in any way, shape or form. If you want to share the pattern you may link to the pattern post, you may not repost the pattern on your site. Items completed from this pattern may be sold, provided that you give Nea Creates credit for the pattern and provide a link to the pattern post or the Nea Creates home page.

Size: Emma measures approximately 17cm high and 8cm wide.

Difficulty: Easy.

Notes: This pattern is written in English, US crochet terminology and SI units are used throughout. I use a smaller hook size than the yarn calls for to get tighter stitches. All parts of Emma are worked in continuous rounds.

Materials & Tools

  • – Yarn calling for a 4.5mm crochet hook, I used Adlibris Cotton 8/9 / Adlibris Cotton Aran
  • – Approx. 28g/42m primary color
  • – Approx. 20g/30m accent color
  • – An 8mm safety nose / some pink yarn for embroidering the nose
  • – A 3.5mm crochet hook
  • – Stuffing
  • – Stitch markers
  • – Scissors
  • – Yarn needle
  • – A pair of 7mm safety eyes

Abbreviations & Stitches used

  • R# – Row/round number #
  • P# – Picture number #
  • N – Note/instruction
  • yo – Yarn over
  • pt – Pull through
  • st(s) – Stitch(es)
  • lp(s) – Loop(s)
  • mr – Magic ring/circle/loop
  • ss – Slip stitch
  • sc(s) – Single crochet(s)
  • inc – Increase, 2 scs in the same st
  • idec – Invisible sc decrease (a normal decrease is also fine)
  • ccsc – Color change sc, insert hook through next st, yo, pt, yo in new color and pt both lps on the hook
  • flo – Front loops only

The Pattern – Emma the Easter Bunny

Ears (2)

N The ears are crocheted completely in the primary color.

R1 6 sc in a mr (6)

R2 6 inc (12)

R3-14 12 sc (12)

N Cut the yarn leaving a long tail for sewing the ear onto the body, ss to the next st, yo and pt the lp on the hook completely to create a knot.

Arms (2)

N The arms are started in the primary color and finished in the accent color.

R1 6 sc in a mr (6)

R2-3 6 sc (6)

R4 ccsc (to accent color) P1, ss P2, 4 sc (6)

N Cut the primary color yarn and make a knot with the yarn tails left from each color inside the arm P3.

R5-6 6 sc (6)

N Cut the yarn leaving a long tail for sewing the arm onto the body, ss to the next st, yo and pt the lp on the hook completely to create a knot.

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P1
Crochet Emma the Easter Bunny using this FREE amigurumi pattern! Easy written pattern with photos. #freecrochetpattern #freeamigurumipattern #crochetpattern | Nea Creates
P2
Crochet Emma the Easter Bunny using this FREE amigurumi pattern! Easy written pattern with photos. #freecrochetpattern #freeamigurumipattern #crochetpattern | Nea Creates
P3

Tail

N Follow these instructions to crochet a tail for Emma or make a small pompom if you prefer. The tail is crocheted completely in the primary color.

R1 6 sc in a mr (6)

R2 6 inc (12)

R3 [inc, 3 sc]×3 (15)

R4-5 15 sc (15)

R6 [idec, 3 sc]×3 (12)

N Stuff and shape the tail.

R8 6 idec (6)

N Cut the yarn leaving a long tail for sewing the tail onto the body, ss to the next st, yo and pt the lp on the hook completely to create a knot.

Body

N The body is started in the primary color and finished in the accent color.

R1 6 sc in a mr (6)

R2 6 inc (12)

R3 [inc, sc]×6 (18)

R4 [sc, inc, sc]×6 (24)

R5 [inc, 3 sc]×6 (30)

R6 [7 sc, inc, 7 sc]×2 (32)

R7 [inc, 15 sc]×2 (34)

R8 34 sc (34)

R9 [8 sc, inc, 8 sc]×2 (36)

R10 36 sc (36)

R11 [inc, 17 sc]×2 (38)

R12 38 sc (38)

R13 [9 sc, inc, 9 sc]×2 (40)

R14 ccsc (to accent color) P4, ss P5, 38 sc (40)

N Cut the primary color yarn and make a knot with the yarn tails left from each color inside the body P6.

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P4
Crochet Emma the Easter Bunny using this FREE amigurumi pattern! Easy written pattern with photos. #freecrochetpattern #freeamigurumipattern #crochetpattern | Nea Creates
P5
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P6

R15 40 sc (40)

R16 [inc, 19 sc]×2 (42)

R17-25 42 sc (42)

R26 [idec, 5 sc]×6 (36)

N Insert the safety eyes between R7 and R8 with approximately 4 sts between them. Embroider the nose or insert the safety nose between R10 and R11, P7. Start stuffing and shaping the body.

R27 [2 sc, idec, 2 sc]×6 (30)

R28 [idec, 3 sc]×6 (24)

N Keep stuffing and shaping the body.

R29 [sc, idec, sc]×6 (18)

R30 [idec, sc]×6 (12)

N Keep stuffing and shaping the body.

R31 6 idec (6)

N Ss to the next st. Make sure the body is stuffed and shaped to your liking. Leaving a yarn tail for closing, cut the yarn and pull it out of the last st completely. Thread the yarn tail and weave it around flo of the remaining sts (6) P8, pull on it to close, then bury it inside of the body P9.

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P7
Crochet Emma the Easter Bunny using this FREE amigurumi pattern! Easy written pattern with photos. #freecrochetpattern #freeamigurumipattern #crochetpattern | Nea Creates
P8
Crochet Emma the Easter Bunny using this FREE amigurumi pattern! Easy written pattern with photos. #freecrochetpattern #freeamigurumipattern #crochetpattern | Nea Creates
P9

Assembly

N Sew the arms onto R16 of the body with approx. 7 or 8 sts between them. Fold the ends of the ears and sew them onto the top of the body. Sew the tail or the pompom onto the back of the body.

All done!

If you made your own Emma the Easter Bunny, please share it with me on social media! @NeaCreates

Crochet Emma the Easter Bunny using this FREE amigurumi pattern! Easy written pattern with photos. #freecrochetpattern #freeamigurumipattern #crochetpattern | Nea Creates
6 thoughts on "Emma the Easter Bunny: Free Amigurumi Pattern"
  1. Maryline says:

    Merci beaucoup pour le patron, ce lapin est si mignon!

    1. Nea says:

      De rien, I’m so glad you like it! 🙂

  2. Leuke patronen vandaar mijn vraag of ik de patronen in het Nederlands zou kunnen ontvangen

    1. Nea says:

      I’m glad you like my patterns but unfortunately I can’t provide them in Dutch, since I don’t speak it 😉 It already takes a lot of time and effort to post my patterns in English so I’ll probably not translate them to any other languages anytime soon, I hope you understand 😊

  3. Gayle Capps says:

    Rows 16-25 . This seems to be longer than the illustration of Emma seems to indicate. Could this be an error? Shouldn’t decrease rows begin sooner.

    1. Nea says:

      Hehe yeah, I agree with you, it doesn’t look like it needs that many rows. But I’ve counted, and I’ve followed the pattern myself quite recently, so it is correct… 😅

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