Original Post Dated February 24, 2019

This is a modification to my Crocheted Egg Bunny Pattern. You must purchase the pattern in order to complete this project.

 We’d love to see your finished Bunnies! Tag your photos on Instagram with @KathysKozies and use the hashtag #KathysKozies


  • G or H hook for the bunny (I used a G hook) / D hook for the hat
  • Worsted weight yarn in Green, off white, black, gold and a little brown for the nose
  • 8mm safety eyes
  • Polyfil
  • Scissors
  • Yarn needle


Make 2 as directed in the pattern in off white


Make in black and as directed in pattern

Body: *note that round 8  below is an EXTRA row. You will have 7 middle rows instead of 6 for the Leprechaun Bunny*

Rounds 1-7: Green

Round 8: Black

Round 9 – end: off white

Place eyes as directed in the pattern, but account for your  extra row.

Embroider nose as directed. Sew on buckle over the black row and under the nose with gold color.

Finish rest of body as directed


Make tail using the of white. Or make it fun by using rainbow colors!!!


With green and D Hook

Round 1: MR CH2, 10 DC, join to first DC (10)

Round 2: CH2, BLO – DC in each DC. (10)

Round 3: CH1, FLO – 2SC in each stitch (20)

Leave long tail for sewing.

Now using the black yarn, stitch a band around the hat right above the brim. Then take the gold and stitch on a buckle.  Tie all ends except for the end for sewing in a knot and use that as your stuffing. Trim as needed.


As directed in the pattern, except for the ears.

Place the hat in the center of the head. Then attach the ears on either side.

All done!!!!!!

We’d love to see your finished Bunnies! Tag your photos on Instagram with @KathysKozies and use the hashtag #KathysKozies

You can also modify the Crocheted Egg Bunny Pattern to make a Unicorn Bunny found here.

Pattern and images are Copyright ©Kathy’s Kozies, Forget-Me-Not Creations LLC.

Please do not reproduce and redistribute this pattern or images in this pattern as your own. Not for commercial use. You are welcome to sell your finished piece, but if you do, I ask that you specify Kathy’s Kozies as the original designer and provide a link back to my pattern.