This pattern creates a fun and versatile doll that is small enough to take anywhere and big enough to play with. You can style the hair any way you like and change the bead colors to create fun color combos! If you would like your very own printable PDF pattern to take with you anywhere, feel free to purchase from my Etsy Shop. Thanks for supporting my business! Click the Link below to be directed to the PDF Pattern.
- 3.25 mm crochet hook
- 3.00 mm crochet hook
- Size 4 yarn (Medium Weight)
- Embroidery Floss (Optional)
- Size 8 mm or 8.5 mm safety eyes
- Pony Beads (Or any bead with a large enough hole to string through Yarn)
- Tapestry Needle.
- Polyfiber Stuffing
- SC: Single Crochet
- DC: Double Crochet
- DEC: Decrease
- INC: Increase
- SL: Slip Stitch
- BLO: Back Loops Only
- Ch: Chain
Body & Head
With 3.25 mm hook
Start with Dress color
Round 1: 6 SC into Magic Circle (6)
Round 2: 2 SC (INC) in every Stitch (12)
Round 3: 1 SC, SC INC around (18)
Round 4: 1 SC BLO in every stitch (18)
Round 5-15: 1 SC in every stitch (18)
Switch to Skin Color
Round 16: 1 SC in every stitch (18)
Round 17: 1 SC, SC DEC around (12)
Round 18: 1 SC, SC DEC around (8)
Start Stuffing Body
Round 19: 2 SC (INC) in every stitch (16)
Round 20: 2 SC (INC) in every stitch (32)
Round 21: 1 SC into next 3 stitches, 2 SC (INC) around (40)
Round 22-27: 1 SC in every stitch (40)
Round 28: 1 SC into next 3 stitches, SC DEC around (32)
Round 29: 1 SC into next stitch, SC DEC, ending with 1 SC into last two stitches (22)
Insert safety eyes between rows 26 and 25 and about 6 stitches apart (This may vary between dolls. Always check placement of eyes before securing them)
Round 30: 1 SC into next stitch, SC DEC around (15) Plus and addition 3 DEC to make total of 12 stitches.
Stuff the rest of body and head
Sew head closed. Fasten off yarn
With 3.25 mm Hook
Round 1: Attach yarn to exposed loop (Made from the BLO round) 2 SC into each loop (36)
Round 2: 1 SC into next Stitch, 2 SC (INC) (52)
Round 3: 1 SC into next stitch. Skip 2 stitches, 7 DC into next stitch (Creates Shell) Repeat until end of round for a total of 9 shells. Fasten off and weave in ends
With 3.00 mm hook
Round 1: Starting with 3 CH. (Counts as DC) 11 DC into Magic Ring. SL into top of Ch.3. (12)
Round 2: Ch. 3 (Counts as DC), DC into same stitch. 2 DC into each stitch around. SL into top of Ch. 3. (24)
Round 3: Ch.3 (Counts as DC), 2 DC (INC) into next Stitch. SL into top of Ch. 3 (36)
Round 4: Ch. 1 (counts as SC), 1 SC into each stitch. (36) fasten off and leave long tail for sewing.
With 3.25 mm Hook
Leave long strand tail for sewing. Ch. 15 (Keep chains tight). Ch. Additional 3. SL into fist Ch-space Of Ch. 3. Ch. 3 again and SL into same stitch the first SL was made. Repeat once more for total of three stubs.
Fasten off leaving yarn for sewing. Fold feet inward and sew together. Add bead from top of strand.
With 3.25 mm hook Leaving a long strand for sewing, Ch. 12. Add additional 3 Ch. SC into fist Ch-space of Ch. 3. Repeat once more. Fold hand together and SL into the other side. Fasten off. Add Bead
Assembling the Doll
Use pins to place the arms and legs to find proper placement (above the color change for arms). Using the long strand from the beginning. Sew through a loop on the doll. Tie a knot and hide strand through the doll and cut. Do this for each arm and leg. Sew hair cap onto the top of the doll’s head. Use pins to hold in place so it will not become uneven as you sew. Refer to the links at the bottom of the page to create a pom-pom or different hair styles for the doll.
Stitch nose onto doll. Take extra yarn and stitch through a space where you would like to position the nose. One or two spaces under the eyes works best. Go over two spaces and pull through yarn into space. Pass the yarn through two or three times or until you have desired nose size.
Stitching lips onto the doll is similar to stitching the nose. Using embroidery floss (in any color you choose), stitch through a space you would like the lips to be. Pass over a few times until you have desired size. Pull ends through a hole in the doll, tie a knot and cut the remaining ends.
There are lots of ways to add hair to this doll. Simply use the latch hook method around the stitches on the hair cap and add yarn strand by strand to each stitch. Then trim and style to your desire. Or add a pom-pom and sew (or glue) to top of head.
I have provided free online links for more hair references.
How to make a pom-pom
Different Ways to create hair
Now you have completed the Mini Molly Dolly! I hope you have enjoyed the Pattern. For more detailed pictures and tips on creating Amigurumi, please purchase the PDF Pattern from my Etsy Shop.