Crocheted Acorn Pattern.

I finished another beige bunny today and had some yarn left over. I did a little yarn inventory and found I have a lot of scrap yarn in beige and brown colors. I guess brown doesn't make as cute a flower headband as pink does. So I decided to turn that yarn into crocheted acorns. I also wrote down the pattern so you could make your own.

Mine came out a lot bigger than real oak acorns. To get a realistic size, you should use fingering weight yarn and a 1,75 - 2 mm crochet hook.

Crocheted Acorn free pattern


Skills required

Crocheting in round, single crochet stitch, chain stitch, magic ring, increasing, invisible decreasing, finishing a closed piece, finishing an open piece (3), fastening and hiding yarn tails.



- 7,5 cm (3") with aran weight cotton blend and a 3,50 mm crochet hook (US size 4/E).
- 5 cm (2") with DK weight cotton and bamboo blend and a 2,50 mm crochet hook (US size 1/B).


Materials & Tools

- Yarn. I used worsted weight cotton and acrylic blend, 92m/50g (101yds/50g) / aran / 10 ply / 8 wpi. You will need about 20g of yarn - 12g for the acorn and 8g for the cap.
- 3,50 mm crochet hook (US size 4/E).
- Stuffing - polyester fiberfill, wool, wadding etc.
- Yarn needle, scissors, stitch marker.



- mr, n = magic ring - crochet n single crochet stitches into the adjustable loop.
- sc = single crochet stitch
- sc n = make n single crochet stitches, one in each stitch
- inc = increase – make two single crochet stitches in to the same stitch
- dec = decrease – crochet two stitches together
- (sc 2, inc) x 6 = repeat the pattern between brackets six times
- (24) = number of stitches in a round after finishing said round



- Do not join at the end of each round, work in a continuous spiral.
- Use a stitch marker or a piece of yarn to mark the end or the beginning of a round. Move the marker up after completing each round.
- All stitches are worked into both loops.



Worked from bottom to top.

1: mr, 6 = (6)
2: inc x 6 = (12)
3: (sc 5, inc) x 2 = (14)
4: (sc 2, inc) x 4, sc 2 = (18)
5-10: sc in each stitch = (18)
11: (sc 1, dec) x 6 = (12)

Stuff the acorn firmly.

12: dec x 6 = (6)

Finish stuffing. Cut the yarn, leaving a
long yarn tail and use it to close the
.Fasten and hide the yarn tail.

free acorn pattern



1: mr, 6 = (6)
2: inc x 6 = (12)
3: (sc 1, inc) x 6 = (18)
4: (sc 3, inc) x 4, sc 2 = (22)
5: sc in each stitch = (22)
6: (sc 9, dec) x 2 = (20)

Fasten off. Leave a yarn tail for sewing.


chain 7, sc in each chain, starting from
the second chain from hook.

Leave short yarn tails for sewing.

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Assembling the acorn


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1: Leave short yarn tails on the stem.
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2: Using a yarn needle, bring them to the
wrong side of the cap.














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3: Knot the yarn tails together and cut
off the extra yarn.
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4: Place the cap to the top of the acorn
and sew it on, making a few stitches
around the bottom edge.














Fasten all yarn tails securely and hide them inside the acorn. Done!

Have any questions? Do not hesitate to contact me!

Copyright © 2013 TÜ Spire. Please do not post the pattern to your website or blog, instead post a link to You MAY use this pattern as a teaching aid in any free class or e-course, or as part of a free crochet pattern, provided you credit me as the designer (Kristi Tullus, Feel free to sell items made with this pattern.


Comment from: Shawna [Visitor]

Thank you for your free patterns, they’re cute and lots of fun.

28/04/17 @ 16:21
Comment from: Anne [Visitor]

Hermoso, muchas gracias.

07/06/17 @ 19:45
Comment from: Thoai Vu [Visitor]
Thoai Vu

Thank you for your pattern

11/07/18 @ 06:12
Comment from: Line [Visitor]  

Thanks a lot for this pattern.

06/10/18 @ 12:58
Comment from: Sherry Bohrmueller [Visitor]
Sherry Bohrmueller

This is so cute, thank you. Making some tomorrow, or I should say going to try. Lol

28/08/19 @ 02:52
Comment from: Barb [Visitor]

Thank you for this pattern. I’m going to start making these tomorrow to hang on my Mother’s hutch.
These are so cute.

24/09/19 @ 20:12