Free pattern - Small long-legged bunny

I first made these small long-legged bunnies about two years ago and had forgotten all about them. But when I was organizing my photos just before Christmas, I came across them and thought some of you might enjoy making them too. So I wrote down the pattern.

Free crochet pattern: Small long-legged bunny // Kristi Tullus (



Comment from: Aida F. [Visitor]  
Aida F.

Thank you so much for sharing your pattern and allowing others to sell the finished products, they’re ADORABLE!! I plan to start on these in the next week or so, I can’t wait and I’ll post them once I’m finished. :)

14/01/15 @ 19:49
Comment from: Lorena [Visitor]

Thanks for the pattern, it is adorable

14/01/15 @ 21:55
Comment from: Amber [Visitor]


very easy and funny bunny! I also left u a personal message on fb. i hope u will answer

Greets, Amber

18/01/15 @ 15:44
Comment from: Carmen [Visitor]

Great pattern. I think of trying it - it would be a lovely present!

19/01/15 @ 17:13
Comment from: Chrissy [Visitor]

Adorable! Thank you for sharing the pattern.

27/01/15 @ 17:47
Comment from: simplybo [Visitor]

Love the little bunnies. Mine turned out great. Thanks for sharing!

05/02/15 @ 16:35
Comment from: Kit [Visitor]

These were really fun to make. Thank you for sharing the pattern :)

19/02/15 @ 19:48
Comment from: Annie R.P. [Visitor]
Annie R.P.

Thank you. I searched a lot of patterns looking for a rabbit to pair with the tortoise I crocheted. They are to be a gift to my local library ‘tots reading program’.

12/03/15 @ 18:27
Comment from: Helene [Visitor]

Thank You for this adorable bunnies. They are starting to make happy faces here in Finland too.

05/04/15 @ 10:42
Comment from: Albert [Visitor]

Thank you for the patterns. They are great! I’m just wondering the reason behind some of the order of the stitches in a row.

For example = Head, Round 6: sc 1, inc, (sc 4, inc) x 5, sc 3 = [36]

Is there a reason why it is not (sc 4, inc) x 6 ? I couldn’t stop thinking about it.

Thank you!

19/06/15 @ 15:04
Comment from: Kristi [Visitor]

Hi Albert,

This way you will get a nice round result. If you increase on the same spot every round, you will get a hexagon and the increases will be more prominent. You can read more about it here:


19/06/15 @ 15:56
Comment from: vickie arrington [Visitor]  
vickie arrington

Amazing - cute as a button. First time working in the round, difficult if you lost count but enjoyed the work. And almost went blind at the same time but absolutely loved the end product!

14/07/15 @ 23:41
Comment from: Judith [Visitor]

Thankyou for generously sharing this pattern.He is very cute.

02/09/15 @ 10:32
Comment from: Odalis [Visitor]

I will try to do it …

03/09/15 @ 04:36
Comment from: Suzanne Lepage [Visitor]
Suzanne  Lepage

thank you I am working on the bunny but stuck to do his mouth. do you have a pattern thanks in advance.

28/10/15 @ 18:07
Comment from: kristi [Member]  

Here’s a little tutorial about embroidering the nose:

28/10/15 @ 18:26
Comment from: Zonart [Visitor]

Thank you Kristi for sharing the pattern and allowing amigurumi lovers to sell your creation.

18/01/16 @ 03:43
Comment from: Judy [Visitor]  

Hi, what size is the bunny? it looks so cute, thinking of making some for my small grandchildren

30/01/16 @ 16:58
Comment from: kristi [Member]  

Hi Judy,

It depends on the yarn you use, but if you pick something around 100m/50g (109yd/50g), like I used, your bunny will be about 15cm (6″) tall, without ears.



30/01/16 @ 20:51
Comment from: Nancy [Visitor]

OMG thank you SO much for your pattern! Very well done and easy to follow. I just made my 1st stuffed toy for my daughter adn she is so happy! I loved making it! Thanks again! I would love to attach a picture but I don’t know how to load it in this comment. :-/

15/02/16 @ 18:27
Comment from: Kazia [Visitor]  

This pattern is so cute, thank you for sharing it!

I’m a bit stuck with the body though.. I’m sure I’ve done the pattern as it says, but my bunny’s body looks a lot smaller than the one in the pictures, it’s disproportionate to the rest of it and I’m worried the arms/legs will be bigger than the body!

Any advice?


16/02/16 @ 15:26
Comment from: kristi [Member]  

Hi Kazia,

You could make the body a bit larger, I think something like this might work:

Round 1: mr, sc 6 = [6]
Round 2: inc x 6 = [12]
Round 3: (sc 1, inc) x 6 = [18]
Round 4: (inc, sc 2) x 6 = [24]
Round 5: (sc 3, inc) x 6 = [30]
Rounds 6-9: sc in each stitch = [30]
Round 10: sc 3, dec, (sc 8, dec) x 2, sc 5 = [27]
Round 11: sc in each stitch = [27]
Round 12: (sc 7, dec) x 3 = [24]
Round 13: sc in each stitch = [24]
Round 14: sc 2, dec, (sc 6, dec) x 2, sc 4 = [21]
Round 15: sc in each stitch = [21]
Round 16: (sc 5, dec) x 3 = [18]
Round 17: sc in each stitch = [18]
Round 18: sc 5, dec, sc 4, dec, sc 10 = [16]
Round 19: (sc 2, dec) x 4 = [12]



16/02/16 @ 15:50
Comment from: Kazia [Visitor]

Thanks Kristi that’s really helpful!!

18/02/16 @ 14:50
Comment from: Lissee [Visitor]  

Gorgeous Bunny…however I too have found that the body seems a bit small compared to the head and your pictures.


06/03/16 @ 12:51
Comment from: Angela [Visitor]

Thank you for sharing the pattern, have made two little bunnies from your super instructions 😊 X

16/03/16 @ 03:18
Comment from: Christine [Visitor]

Thank you so much for this cute little bunny pattern, I have made one so far and she/he is posted on my ravelry page. Your picture tutorials are fantastic. Just Love the pattern and your other creations.

25/03/16 @ 17:50
Comment from: Marie [Visitor]

Thank you kindly for the pattern. It came out pretty good. I’m new to this skill so with time and practice, I’m sure there will be improvement. God bless, Marie

16/06/16 @ 18:03
Comment from: Crystal Patterson [Visitor]  
Crystal Patterson

Thank you so much for this pattern. I just made a green rabbit for a little girls birthday today! I love it! I don’t know how to leave a pic of my rabbit on here and it says you Facebook page is shut down.

16/07/16 @ 17:24
Comment from: zehra öz ahi [Visitor]
zehra öz ahi

thanks for sharing..

14/11/16 @ 11:25
Comment from: Giselle [Visitor]  

Hi! Thanks for sharing this cute pattern. I really loved doing it. My one year baby girl also loved her new small friend. I’m thinking on a family to the little guy. Your instructions are really clean and easy to follow. It’s my second amigurumi and I learned a lot about this technique.
I shared with you on Instagram, this is the link, just in case a visitor wants to see:
All love to you.

16/11/16 @ 11:02
Comment from: Brenna [Visitor]

Made this! Thank-you soooo much!

17/11/16 @ 05:45
Comment from: susana [Visitor]  

Hermosos trabajos, se pueden traducir pero cuesta un poco entender. Tendrían algunos en español. Gracias

14/01/17 @ 23:38
Comment from: Weronika [Visitor]

Hello Kristi !
I love your patterns and thank you for them. I’ve made 2 of your bunnies for gifts and my friends were very happy, thats because of you :)
I made some small differences to make it a little bit bigger, but the rest is all yours.
I’m from Poland, hope you will put some new patterns on your site because I like your style a lot.

22/09/17 @ 02:49
Comment from: Weronika [Visitor]

And second bunny. What do you think? :)

Thank you again and best regards,


22/09/17 @ 02:50
Comment from: kristi [Member]  

Hi Weronika,

They’re so cute :) Thanks for sharing the photos.

And I will definitely be adding more patterns soon, I just need to play catch up with some orders first.


26/09/17 @ 14:04
Comment from: Dieny [Visitor]

I love this bunny pattern.

05/01/18 @ 06:59
Comment from: Jamie Jo. [Visitor]  
Jamie Jo.

Love these little bunnies. I’ve made a few of them now and my kids just adore them. My 2yr old insisted it have a mouth though. Haha. Here’s a photo of my finished version.

09/01/18 @ 22:52
Comment from: Iren [Visitor]

Thank you very much for sharing this pattern. I’m in love with these bunnies!!!

25/01/18 @ 09:08
Comment from: kristi [Member]  

So cute! Thanks for sharing the photos, guys! <3

25/01/18 @ 17:43
Comment from: Novyta [Visitor]

Thank you so much for the pattern! Love it!

11/02/18 @ 15:05
Comment from: Rabis [Visitor]  

Thanks for this free pattern^^ here is the my little bunny:))

21/02/18 @ 00:11
Comment from: Farhana [Visitor]

I’m obviously beginner, and start project by making this adorable pattern. Thank you so much for your easy directions! Love from Indonesia

04/05/18 @ 13:06
Comment from: abyr [Visitor]  

heyy , thanks for the pattern it’s awesome and also easy to produce. I only have one problem that keep encountering me whenever I’m up to make a new amigurumi
I just can’t sew the pieces right, I always end up with pretty nice crocheted pieces but misplaced which ruins the whole piece
any advice how to make that right ?

10/06/18 @ 10:53
Comment from: Milene [Visitor]  

Thank you for the pattern. So cute.
I am curious why the legs must be different when finishing them?

31/08/18 @ 20:51
Comment from: kristi [Member]  

Hi Milene,

Because all decreases are pretty much on the same spot, lining up on top of each other, we are creating sort of a foot with the toes pointing in one direction. It’s quite subtle, so you may not even notice it in the photos. To make sure both feet are pointing towards the front when sewn on, the last round of the right and left leg are slightly different.

I hope it makes sense.


31/08/18 @ 20:59
Comment from: Milene [Visitor]  

Ok. Thank you!!

31/08/18 @ 21:56
Comment from: Milene [Visitor]  

My firsts projects

03/09/18 @ 19:47
Comment from: Milene [Visitor]  

My first.

03/09/18 @ 19:48
Comment from: Karen [Visitor]

My niece asked for a cute pink bunny for Christmas. She picked out your pattern. Thank you for the awesome pattern.

10/09/18 @ 04:57
Comment from: Anne [Visitor]

Merci beaucoup pour ce tuto si bien fait! Ce petit lapin ira bientôt compléter un cadeau de naissance pour une petite fille dans le sud de la France.

23/01/19 @ 08:22
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23/01/19 @ 08:24
Comment from: Fall River [Visitor]
Fall River

I have no way to copy the pattern.I was wondering if you coul send me the pattern in the mail and if comes in a knitting pattern. I am in your patterns of the month. M address is 162 Hanover St Fall River Mass 02720. Thank you

16/02/19 @ 02:40
Comment from: Belva Conner [Visitor]
Belva Conner

I like your rabbit pattern. I have no way to print. Could you send me the pattern .
My address is Belva Conner
1056 East 900 South
Hillsdale, Indiana 47854
Thank you

19/02/19 @ 07:12
Comment from: Alicja [Visitor]

Thank you!

21/06/19 @ 23:21
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