All the products we feature on Gathered have been chosen independently by our editorial team. We may get a small commission if you click on any products you see on this page. Learn more.

Free crochet bunny brooch pattern

Say hello to spring with this super-cute crochet brooch pattern in the shape of an adorable amigurumi bunny!

Published: March 24, 2022 at 9:00 am
Try 3 issues of Simply Crochet magazine for just £5

Easter is a great time to bring a touch of cuteness to your crochet, with fluffy chicks, woolly lambs and of course, adorable bunnies! Worked in the round, this crochet bunny brooch by Becky Garratt uses easy-peasy double crochet stitches, with a touch of simple embroidery for her face. The pink colour is so pretty, but you could use all kinds of pastel shades to make a family of sleepy crochet bunny brooches!


You will need

Paintbox Yarns Simply Dk (100% Acrylic, 100g/276m), 1 ball of Candyfloss Pink (149)

Stranded embroidery cotton, 1 skein in black

3mm (US C/2 or D/3, UK 11) crochet hook

Toy stuffing

Brooch pin


5½x8cm (2¼x3in)


Tension is not important for this project


You can find a full list of all abbreviations we use in our abbreviations and conversions guide. This crochet brooch pattern is written in UK terminology but you can easily convert it to US terms using the guide.

If you love crochet bunny patterns and are looking for more free patterns, check out our free easter bunny ears pattern or our free amigurumi crochet bunny pattern, or why not try our how to make easy crochet bunny bunting tutorial!


Free amigurumi bunny crochet brooch pattern


Front and back (make 2)

Using 3mm hook, Ch6.

Round 1 (RS) 4dc starting in the second ch from the hook, 3dc in the last ch, then working along the other side of the chain, 1dc in the st just worked, 3dc, 3dc in the last ch, ss to the first dc. [14 sts]

Round 2 Ch1 (does not count as st throughout), 5dc, 2dc in next st, 1dc, 2dc in next st, 4dc, 2dc in next st, 1dc, ss to first dc. [17 sts]

Round 3 Ch1, 2dc in first st, 5dc, 2dc in next st, 1dc, 2dc in next st, 6dc, 2dc in next st, 1dc, ss to first dc. [21 sts]

Round 4 Ch1, 2dc in first st, 6dc, 2dc in next st, 3dc, 2dc in next st, 6dc, 2dc in next st, 2dc, ss to first dc. [25 sts]

Round 5 Ch1, 1dc, 2dc in next st, 7dc, 2dc in next st, 4dc, 2dc in next st, 7dc, 2dc in next st, 2dc, ss to first dc. [29 sts]

Round 6 Ch1, 2dc, 2dc in next st, 8dc, 2dc in next st, 5dc, 2dc in next st, 8dc, 2dc in next st, 2dc, ss to first dc. [33 sts]

Fasten off and weave in ends.

Ears (make 2)

Work continuously in a spiral without closing off each round with a slip stitch. You may find it helpful to put a stitch marker in the first stitch of each round and move it up as you work.

Make a crochet magic loop, 4dc into loop.

Round 1 (RS) 2dc in each dc. [8 sts]

Round 2 (1dc, 2dc in next st) 4 times. [12 sts]

Rounds 3-8 Dc in each dc.

Round 9 (1dc, dc2tog) 4 times. [8 sts]

Round 10 Dc in each dc.

Fasten off and weave in ends.

To make up

Embroider the nose and eyes onto the front piece with three strands of embroidery cotton and a sewing needle, using main image as a guide.
Attach the brooch pin and Ears to the Back piece. Pinch the Ears at the base and stitch before sewing onto the Back piece to help them keep their shape. Sew Front and Back together, adding the toy stuffing halfway through

Can't get enough of adorable crochet bunny patterns? Then you're in for a treat - we've picked the best crochet bunny patterns from across the internet, from easy amigurumi bunny patterns to super-realistic crochet rabbits!


We hope you’ve enjoyed this free bunny brooch crochet pattern. If you fancy some more fantastic Easter crochet makes, check out our list of 50+ free Easter crochet patterns! And if you’re looking for some projects to keep your kids entertained over the Easter break, check our our list of 30 easy Easter crafts for kids.


Matt SpiersDigital Assistant, Gathered

Matt Spiers is a crochet artist and designer who has been overseeing Gathered's crochet articles for over 2 years. He previously worked as Digital Assistant for Simply Crochet magazine and is our in house video editing pro. What started as a hobby a decade ago led to Matt developing a passion (and then a career) with crochet. As well as still regularly writing and designing for Simply Crochet magazine, Matt is a crochet artist in his own right, having displayed and created crochet installations at festivals and fibre events across the UK. You can keep up to date with Matt at @onemancrochet on Instagram.

Comments, questions and tips

Rate this recipe

What is your star rating out of 5?

Choose the type of message you'd like to post

Choose the type of message you'd like to post

Overall rating


Sponsored content