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No Sew Bunny

No-Sew Bunny

No Sew Bunny Crochet

The inspiration for this No-Sew part of this bunny came from the sheer amount of crocheters commenting on how much they dislike sewing.
The bunny inspiration, however, came from a very cute picture drawing I saw on Pinterest. It was of a bunny holding a phone in a bunny case, wearing a bunny hug (hoodie), bunny slippers, standing next to a bunny bag. It was VERY adorable!

The next plan for this bunny is to make bunny slippers and a cute little hoodie. So check back for an update on bunny attire!


Any Weight 4 Yarn in colours:

  • White
  • Rainbow
  • Pink
Weight 1 – Black Yarn

3.5mm hook
Polyester Filling
Oval Safety Eyes
Tapestry Needle


Height: 7 in. (bottom of feet to top of head)

Width: 3.5 in. (arm to arm across tummy)

Depth: 3 in. (tummy to tail)


US Crochet Terms

  • Single Crochet (sc)
  • Magic Ring (MR)
  • Stitch(es) (st or sts)
  • Increase (inc)
  • Decrease (dec)
  • Chain (Ch or ch)
  • 2 Chain(s) (2-ch)
  • Slip Stitch (slst)

About The Pattern

The pattern is worked in continuous rounds.

Their is NO turning chains at the beginning of any rounds.

(__,__)x#rep = repeat the set number of stitches that many times.

**Example: (sc, inc)x6rep means repeat (1 sc, 1 inc) 6 times for a total of 18 stitches.

(#sc, inc, sc) = Single crochet the number of stitches # says, next increase once, and finally single crochet once. Then repeat the sequence again however many times x#rep says.

The only time a slip stitch is used in this pattern is when the item is being fastened off and in Round 12 of the body/legs. The slip stitch is used to attach one leg to the other.
However, the slip stitch in Round 12 will be ignored in Round 13. In Round 13, 1 single crochet will be stitched into the same stitch as the slip stitch. If this confuses you don’t worry! Pictures are provided to hopefully clear up any confusions. But! If you do find yourself confused at any part of you crochet bunny journey, please, reach out via commenting on the post or emailing me. I’m always happy to help!

This pattern can be made as a no sew bunny or you can skip the last step of single crocheting the arms and ears closed. If you choose to leave the arms and/or ears open then you can either sew them in the same spot they would be crocheted into the bunny or wherever you feel looks the best for your bunny.

I chose to use a gradient yarn for the more colourful bunnies, but you can use whatever colour you’d like for the ears, and even the body!

Get creative with it!

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Ears - Make 2

Starting with your desired Ear colour, I used rainbow gradient yarn.

Round 1. 6sc into MR             (6 sts)

Round 2. 6inc                       (12 sts)

Round 3. (inc, sc)x6rep          (18 sts)

Round 4. (2sc, inc)x6rep        (24 sts)

Rounds 5-12. 24sc                 (24 sts)

Round 13. (sc, dec, sc)x6rep    (18 sts)

Rounds 14-18. 18sc                 (18 sts)

Round 19. (sc, dec)x6rep         (12 sts)

Rounds 20-22. 12sc               (12 sts)

Round 23. 6dec                     (6 sts)

DO NOT stuff ears.

Want to sew the ears onto the bunnies head? Cut a long tail for sewing and fasten off.

Making a No Sew bunny? Fold the ear opening in half lining the stitches up with one another. Start with lining the first and last sts together. Their should be 3sc sts total. Cut short tail, fasten off, hide tail in body.

Please be sure to make 2 ears for your bunny.


Round 1. 6sc into MR (6 sts)

Round 2-4. 6sc (6 sts)

Fold the tail opening in half, lining the stitches up with one another. 3sc the tail closed.

Arms - Make 2

Starting with your main colour (body colour)
Round 1. 5sc into MR        (5 sts)

Round 2. 5inc                  (10 sts)

Rounds 3-4. 10sc             (10 sts)

Round 5. 3sc, 2dec, 3sc    (8 sts)

Rounds 6-14. 8sc              (8 sts)

DO NOT stuff arms

Want to sew the arms on? Cut a long tail for sewing and fasten off.

Making a No-Sew bunny? Fold the arm opening in half and 4sc through both sc sts.

Cut short tail, fasten off, and hide tail in the body when crocheting arms into the body.

Please be sure to make 2 Arms for your bunny.

Legs - Make 2

Starting with your main colour (the colour of the body)


Round 1. 5sc into MR       (5 sts)

Round 2. 5inc                 (10 sts)

Rounds 3-11. 10sc            (10 sts)

Cut a short tail for the first leg, fasten off, and hide tail inside the leg.

Please be sure to make 2 legs for your bunny.

DO NOT cut a tail for the second leg. Instead continue to Round 12 of the body.


Starting with your main colour (the same colour as the arms and legs)

Round 12. Ch2, slst into first st of the first leg, sc into next 9sts, sc in slst and each chain of the 2-ch.                              (15 sts)

Round 13. 3sc, inc, 1sc, inc, 4sc, sc in each chain of the 2-ch, 1sc into the same st as the slst, 2sc, inc, sc, inc, 6sc          (28 sts)

Round 14. 2sc, inc, 8sc, inc, sc, inc, 10sc, inc, 3sc          (32 sts)

Round 15. 30sc, 2sc attaching the first 2sts of the tail   (32 sts)

Round 16. 1sc attaching the last st of the tail, 31sc         (32 sts)

Rounds 17.-22.      32sc                                              (32 sts)

Round 23. (3sc, dec, 3sc)x4rep                                    (28 sts)

Rounds 24-25.     28sc                                               (28 sts)

Round 26. 2sc, dec, 2sc, (3sc, dec, 2sc)x3rep, 1sc          (24 sts)

Round 27.            24sc                                               (24 sts)

*If you are sewing the arms on please ignore the part that says “attach __ arm” and only do the 4sc*

Round 28. 5sc, 4sc attaching the first arm, 8sc,

               4sc attaching the second arm, 3sc                (24 sts)

Round 29. (2sc, dec)x6rep                                           (18 sts)

Round 30.            18sc                                                (18 sts)

Stuff legs and body

Round 31. (dec, sc)x6rep                                              (12 sts)

DO NOT cut yarn instead continue to Round 32 in the Head section



Round 32.             12inc                (24 sts)

Round 33. (2sc, inc, sc)x6rep         (30 sts)

Round 34.             30sc                (30 sts)

Round 35. (sc, inc, 3sc)x6rep         (36 sts)

Rounds 36-40.       36sc                (36 sts)

Insert safety eyes into Round 38 with 5sts in between each eye.

Round 41. (sc, dec, 3sc)x6rep         (30 sts)

Round 42.             30sc                (30 sts)

Round 43. (2sc, dec, sc)x6rep        (24 sts)

Round 44. (sc, dec, sc)x6rep          (18 sts)

*If you want to sew the ears on please skip the instructions for Round 45 and do: (dec, sc)x6rep    (12sts)

Round 45. dec, sc, dec, (attach the first ear with sc, dec, sc), dec, sc, dec, (attach the second ear with sc, dec, sc)         (12 sts)

Round 46.             6dec                 (6 sts)

Cut long tail for sewing, fasten off, and sew the hole closed.

Finer Details

If you chose to sew the arms and ears to the body please do so now.

Next add the facial details.

Starting with black yarn, sew on the nose. I lined up my nose so it’s at the bottom edge of the safety eyes with 1 stitch in between the edges of the eye and nose. Next, add a smile, and a line connecting the nose to the mouth.

For the finishing touch, add pink blush marks.

I placed mine directly under the eyes.

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