Finse, crochet rabbit pattern

And here he is! He turned out a bit different than the sketches I made, but I don’t mind. This kind of crochet rabbit was in my mind.

As always it was a bit of a struggle to make him, but satisfying in the end. His head was finished first but I was a bit uncertain about giving him the right face. He had to have an enthusiastic expression, so the eyes needed something special. After some experiments I decided to go for eye patches, like the lop rabbit. His muzzle also had to be rabbit like. It should not stick out too much like a bear, so by making it a bit oval and adding some extra brown on it it looked good. For the body I wanted a light coloured tummy, like the fox. For a crocheted circular colour shape you need to have a lot of patience, but in the end it looked very neat. The rest of Finse went well. Only, when I thought he was finished I realized his feet where too large, so I had to make new ones. I’m very glad he’s finished now and that I was finally ably to take some pictures of him to show him to all of you!

Meet Finse, a happy rabbit amigurumi and this time not in hiding.

crochet bunny

And this is my favourite picture of Finse, my new crochet rabbit.

crochet rabbit pattern, haakpatroon konijn

This crochet rabbit pattern will make a gorgeous Easter bunny too!

amigurumi bunny rabbit

If you like this crochet rabbit pattern you can find it in my shop and in my Ravelry shop. You can also order it directly from me here. Finse is 6,7 inch/17 cm tall sitting, when made with worsted weight yarn. The pattern is written in standard American crochet terms. It contains clear instructions and many example pictures. 

Thanks for all your lovely and encouraging comments!



  1. Joanne says:

    Sonja he is stunning! Such a beautiful shape and the colour changes are exquisite. I must make him myself……off to your shop right now! You are the BEST designer of amigurumi I have found. Congratulations on yet another wonderful creation X

  2. Sonja says:

    I’m so glad you like him Joanne.Your opinion I value! I try to make my amigurumi as best as I can and before I am satisfied with them many parts has been made several times.

    Thanks, X Sonja.

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  4. Marina says:

    I was looking for a teddy bear pattern, and I just stumbled upon your website today. The animals are adorable! I want to make them all! You have done beautiful work. Thank you for sharing.

    • Sonja says:

      Hi Marina,
      Thank you for your lovely comment, I’m glad you like my work. I hope you’ll keep enjoying my blog. Besides patterns I’ve also a tips and tricks category, with a lot of handy info regarding my patterns.

  5. Judy Cummings says:

    I just love your animals. So many crochet animals don’t look anything like a real animal -and, not only that — I find some of them to be scarier than cute. I am not a crocheter, but I really want to give it a go after looking at all your wonderful little critters. I work with refugee families coming into the US, and I think that if I can find a group of volunteers to create some of these as welcome gifts for our younger children, it would be just perfect! Thank you so much for the combination of art, design, and childhood wonder — all of which are expressed in your animals. I wrote this just to let you know that your work makes me smile!

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