Buneary Amigurumi Pattern

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Little Buneary is too cute and shy! Maybe she needs chocolate eggs and carrots? Maybe she just needs friends? Why don’t you crochet your own Buneary and welcome her to your team with this free amigurumi pattern!

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pokemon amigurumi Buneary

Materials

  • Yarn: brown, creamy white (medium was used)
  • 3.5 mm crochet hook – fiber-fill stuffing
  • Felt: black, white, pink for details (eyes, nose, ears, eyebrows)
  • Scissors, yarn needle for assembly

pokemon amigurumi Buneary

 

 

Abbreviations

R(#): Round number

MR: magic ring

Sc: single crochet

Inc: increase (2 sc in same stitch)

Dec: decrease (decrease 2 sc into one)

I recommend using Invisible Decrease

Bo: bobble stitch

f/o: fasten off

Check out my Learn to Crochet page for video tutorials on how to do the types of stitches listed above.
 

 
pokemon amigurumi Buneary

Head  

Using Brown:

R1. 6 sc in MR (6)

R2. Inc around (12)

R3. Sc 1, inc around (18)

R4. Sc 2, inc around (24)

R5-R7. Sc around (24) three times

R8. Sc 2, dec around (18)

R9. Sc 1, dec around (12)

R10. Dec around (6) close ring and f/o
 

 

Ears

Make 2- using brown:

R1. 5 sc in MR (5)

R2. Sc 1, inc, Sc 2, inc (7)

R3. Sc 1, inc Sc 5 (8)

R4. Sc around (8)

R5. Dec, sc 6 (7)

R9. Dec, sc 2, dec, sc 1 (5)

R10. Sc around (5)

 

I did not add any stuffing to the ears. f/o

 

 

Arms

Make 2 – using Brown:

R1. 5 sc in MR (5)

R2. Inc, Sc 4 (6)

R3. Sc around (6)

R4. Dec, Sc, Dec, Sc (4)

R5-R6. Sc around (4) Two times. F/o

 

 

Buneary Crochet

Tail

Using brown:

R1. 6 sc in MR (6)

R2. Sc around (6)

R3. Dec, sc, dec, sc (4) f/o.

 

 

Feet

Make 2. Using white:

R1. 6 sc in MR (6)

R2. Inc, sc 2, Inc, sc 2 (8)

R3-R4. Sc around (8) two times

R5. Dec, sc 2, dec, sc 2 (6) Close loop and f/o.

 

 

Ear Puff

The puffs and body (white features) will require using the bobble stitch. In this pattern, I had 4 loops on my hook before pulling through to make each bobble.. Please reference this video for a thorough explanation on how to make the bobble stitch, but keep in mind instead of doing incomplete ‘double crochets’ as in this video I did ‘incomplete’ single crochets to make my bobbles (see video in post below for modification.) 

R1. 5 sc in MR (5)

R2. 5 Bo in each stitch (4 incomplete sc in same foundation space, then pull yarn through all 4 loops- per bobble) when finishing the final bobble, join with sc onto the first sc of this round (10)

R3. Dec around (5)

f/o leave a tail for sewing.

 

 

Body

Begin with white:

R1. 6 sc in MR (6)

R2. 6 Bo in each stitch (4 sc-leaving loops on hook in same space- then pull yarn through al 4 loops to complete the bobble) when finishing the final bobble, join with sc onto the first sc of this round (13)

R3. Add another sc into the first sc (ie- inc in the first sc) and inc around (24)

R4. 12 Bo as follows: in first loop of round: sc. In second loop of round 3 “incomplete” sc (leaving loops on hook), pull yarn through all 4 loops to make one bobble. Repeat around – so in this round, each bobble takes up the space of two loops instead of making the bobble in just one loop, around. (24)

 

R5. Sc around (24)

R6. 12 Bo (as in R4.) (24)

R7. Sc around (24)

R8. 12 Bo (as in R4.) (24)

R9. Dec around (12)

Switch to brown yarn:
R10-R12. Sc around (12) three times

F/o leaving open and a very long tail for attaching to the head
 

 

Assembly

Attach head to the body using whip stitch. Attach feet to body and then the tail- arranging the tail in a low enough position that Buneary can stand on its own balancing on the feet and tail (if desired.) Attach arms to body. Attach ear puffs to tips of ears – angling slightly forward on the upright ear and attaching the puff to the backside of the folded ear. Finally add details (eyes, nose, inner ears, eyebrows- which I actually forgot on the white Buneary’s on these pictures- oops) and mouth if desired by felt pieces, embroidery, or needle felting. I hope you enjoy your amigurumi Buneary!

Buneary Amigurumi

Thank you for trying this pattern – I hope you enjoy your Amigurumi Buneary!

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This pattern by StringsAway is for personal use only. Please do not sell or redistribute the pattern as your own.

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