A crochet bunny teether makes an amazing baby gift.  Just a little bit of yarn and a 2 inch wooden ring and you can whip up a lovely (and useful) gift.

Making baby items are always so fun. I love this crochet baby blanket and these crochet baby booties.

crochet bunny teether

Crochet Bunny Teether Supplies

  • 2” wood unfinished ring (affiliate link)
  • Size F hook
  • Size C hook for bow
  • Cotton Yarn
  • Small amounts of black and pink embroidery thread for facial details
  • Yarn Needle
  • Fiberfill for stuffing head

Stitch abbreviations

  • Magic ring → mr
  • Chain → ch
  • Slip stitch → sl st
  • Single crochet → sc
  • Double crochet → dc
  • Increase (explanation: 2 scs in 1 st) → inc
  • Decrease (explanation: draw up a loop in each of the next 2 sts to get a total of 3 loops on the hook, yarn over, and draw through all 3 loops on the hook.) → dec

pieces for bunny teether

Baby Teether Crochet Pattern


Start with a tail/slip knot around the hook, Make a loop in the ring, and pull up. Chain 1, make 25 single crochet in ring. Fasten off with a tail. Weave in ends of yarn on the wrong side of work.


Round 1: Mr, 6 sc in ring (6 sts).

Round 2: Inc in each st around (12 sts).

Round 3: (Sc 1, inc) repeat around (18 sts).

Round 4: (Sc 2, inc) repeat around (24 sts).

Round 5: Work even (24 sts).

Round 6: Work even (24 sts).

Round 7: (Sc 2, dec) repeat around (18 sts).

Round 8: (Sc 1, dec) repeat around and stuff (12 sts).

Round 9: Dec around (6 sts).

End stuffing. Leave a tail, weave in remaining 6 stitches and pull tight to close. Make a knot to end. The remainder of the tail will be used to sew to head.


Make two

Round 1: Mr, 6 sc in ring (6 sts).

Round 2: (Sc 1, inc) repeat around (9 sts).

Round 3: Work even (9 sts).

Round 4: Work even (9 sts).

Round 5: (Sc 1, dec) repeat around (6 sts).

Round 6: Work even (6 sts).

Round 7: Work even (6 sts).

End off with a tail and sew to head.


Center head evenly between stitches on the ring and sew head to the ring first on the right side of the ring, then secure with more stitches on back to reinforce and prevent wobbling.

crochet bunny teether sewn together


With black embroidery thread, in Round 5, make stitches for each eye. Eyes are about 3 stitches apart.


With pink embroidery thread, make a few straight stitches in triangular shape centered on the row below eyes. Make a small straight stitch lengthwise centered under the nose.

add face on crochet bunny teether


Size C hook

1. Ch 4, 2 dcs in 1st ch (in this chain you will place

all dcs and sl sts).

2. Ch 4, sl st in 1st ch.

3. Ch 4, 2 dcs in 1st ch.

4. Ch 4, sl st in 1st ch.

End off with a tail.

Optional: wind the tail around center of bow 3-4 times, tie a knot.

Sew on the head of the bunny under one ear.

TaDah! A sweet little teething ring for little baby teeth.

finished crochet bunny teether
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The above bunny crochet baby teether pattern is free, but enjoy a printable pattern for $1.99.

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  1. Hi, did you use 4 weight cotton yarn on this pattern? Would love the instructions for the bow if you have them. Thanks so much!

  2. Hiya, I’m in the UK and it says the wooden rings are unavailable. So I need to ask if the 2″ measurement is from outside to outside or is the diameter of the hole in the middle.

    Many thanks,

  3. I love the bunny teether pattern! Thank you! The only thing is that I didn’t see the pattern for the little bow. Do you have it? Thank you!

  4. Marcia, I am not sure what Minion Mitts you are talking about. Did you see it on this post with the crochet bunny teether? I don’t track readers or sell reader emails!

  5. Thank you for your patterns and other fun things. Why does it say the pattern for the Minion mitts may contain malicious software and my computer blocked it? Are you tracking us or selling our email address?

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