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Molang the Chubby Rabbit & Mini Doughnut

So the holidays are coming soon. It’s another year that I won’t be able to spend it with my crazy and weird loving family. I’ll still find it weird not having the holidays with snow. Summer is slowly making it’s way into the Waikato. The weather has been strange, but here’s to hoping for better weather with the sun shining bright! It’s been a while since I’ve seen some bright sunlight.

This was created from seeing this adorable Molang plush while window shopping! I used to have a really bad habit of window shopping, saving things into my cart, then forgetting about it. Haha, what a horrible habit! It’s alright at least I’m not buying anything that I don’t need. Instead I’m making them myself! Hehehe! You have to watch the cuteness from Molang! The cuteness is so addicting! I can’t stop watching them!

I made this pattern that followed the shape of an actual Molang plush. The shape reminds me a bit of a bean! So when you’re done crocheting the body, make sure you’re thinking of beans~ To give it the right shape.

You can purchase Molang and his doughnut in my shop~

Molang the Chubby Rabbit Pattern

Pattern updated as of 4 January 2017 – fixed errors and fixed the missing rounds for the body!

This pattern is worked in rounds, do not join rounds.


2.50mm Crochet Hook
8ply Yarn – 4Seasons Acrylic Yarn
9mm Safety eyes
Tapestry/Yarn Needle
Embroidery yarn
Pink felt


About 10cm tall, not counting the ears height.
Size my vary depending on the hook size that you use.


Mc – Magic circle
Sc – Single crochet
Inc – Increase – 2 single crochets in 1 stitch
Dec – Decrease – skip a stitch
FO – Finish off



Row 1: MC 6sc (6)
Row 2: Inc all around (12)
Row 3: SC, inc (18)
Row 4: 2sc, inc (24)
Row 5: 3sc, inc (30)
Row 6: 4sc, inc (36)
Row 7: 5sc, inc (42)
Row 8: 6sc, inc (48)
Row 9: 7sc, inc (54)

Rows 10-17: sc around (54)

Row 18: Dec, 7sc all around (48)
Row 19-23: sc all around (48)
Row 24: Dec, 6sc all around (42)
Row 25: sc all around (42)
Row 26: Dec, 5sc all around (36)
Row 27: sc all around (36)
Row 28: Dec, 4sc all around (30)
Row 29: sc all around (30)
Row 30: Dec, 3sc all around (24)
Row 31: Dec, 2sc all around (18)
Row 32: Dec, 1sc all around (12)
Row 33: Dec all around (6)

FO, leaving a long tail for sewing shut and long enough to bring upwards to make a dent to shape Molang’s tummy.

Stuff body firmly with poly-fill.  The body will come out looking a bit like an oval, but don’t fret! Once you’re done or happy with how well the body is stuffed, then bring your yarn through the body into the middle of the bean. See the photo below in regards to how it may look once it’s done.

I pulled the yarn through about 8-10 stitches around rows 16-17 and pulled it kind of tight so that the dent showed up for it’s tummy. Keep shaping the body until you’re satisfied with how it looks. It may not look like much but eventually it’ll come to look like a bean shape.

Do not be afraid to squeeze your body. Sometimes it helps shape the body.


Tail – Make 1

Row 1: MC 5sc (5)
Row 2: inc all around (10)
Row 3 – 4: sc, inc (10)
Row 5: DEC all around (6)
FO, leave tail for sewing onto body.

Stuff with poly-fill.

Arms – Make 2

Row 1: MC 5sc (5)
Row 2-4: 5sc all around (5)
FO, leave tail for sewing onto body.

Lightly stuff the arms with a little poly-fill, or choose not to stuff at all. Just do not over stuff.

Legs – Make 2

Row 1: MC 5sc (5)
Row 2: inc all around (10)
Row 3 – 6: sc around (10)
FO, leave tail for sewing onto body.

Stuff the legs with poly-fill. Do not over stuff.

Ears – Make 2

Row 1: MC 6sc (6)
Row 2: sc, inc all around (9)
Row 3 -8: sc around (9)
FO, leaving tail to sew onto body.

Stuff the ears with poly-fill. Do not over stuff.



Sew the ears, legs, and tail onto body near the dent of it’s tummy.
Sew the eyes and nose onto the body with brown embroidery thread.

Who doesn’t love a chubby fluffy bunny!? <3 Look at this cutie!!! Don’t resist the cuteness!


Mini Doughnut ‘Donut’ Pattern

This pattern starts with a chain, then is worked into rounds.

Start with your main base colour for your doughnut. Cream, brown, yellow, any colour that you would like for your doughnut.


Ch – Chain
St- Stitch
SlSt- Slip stitch
Sc- Single crochet
Dec- Decrease – skip a stitch
Inc- Increase – 2 SC in one stitch


Row 1: Start by ch 14, slst to the first ch join them. Try not to twist the chain.
Row 2: sc, inc (21)
Row 3: sc around (21)
Row 4: 2sc, inc (28)
Row 5: sc around (28)
Row 6: 3sc, inc (35)

Row 7: sc around, then switch to your next desired color for the icing (35)

Row 8: sc around (35)
Row 9: 3sc, dec (28)
Row 10: sc around (28)
Row 11: 2sc, dec (21)
Row 12: sc around (21)
Row 13: sc, dec (14)

FO, and leave long tail to sew the doughnut shut.


Fold the doughnut in half on top of each other, make sure to align the stitches. Then slowly stuff the doughnut as you sew around. Do not over stuff, or under stuff the doughnut, or else it will be too flat, or be too bulky. Then you’re done! You can glue on sprinkles, or any other decorations that you would like to put onto the doughnut.

I used embroidery thread to sew on bullion knots to the icing part of the doughnut. See this following video on how to make bullion knots. I find it to be very simple to follow. Good luck!

Until the next pattern!

Much love, xo.


There may be mistakes on the pattern, and if you find any, please let me know. I wrote this after I already made it. However, I may have forgot some along the way when I’m typing it now.

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  • May 8, 2017 at 2:21 am

    Can’t wait to make this. It’s soooo cuto!!! Could you please tell me where I can find the donut pattern? Thanks for sharing this:)

    • May 18, 2017 at 11:00 pm

      Apologies Seana, I thought I had put that up. I must have skipped over it! I shall put that up now!

  • June 25, 2017 at 2:39 pm

    Please could you explain this row on the body
    Rows 18-23: Dec, 7sc all around (48)
    After row 18 I would have 48 stitches, but would lose 6 stitches on rows 19-23 too leaving only 18 stitches for row 24
    Am I reading it wrong or should it be;
    Row 18 Dec, 7sc all around (48)
    Rows 19-23 sc all around (48)

    • June 26, 2017 at 4:23 am

      Hi Kim, apologies, I might have typed it up wrong when I wrote it on the blog. Row 18 is separate from row 19-23! Thanks for bringing it to my attention. I have fixed it on the pattern now. Many thanks!
      xo, Nal

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