Amigurumi Acorn – Crochet Pattern

What do you do when you want to make a fall bunting banner but don’t like how any of the crocheted acorn patterns look? You design your own. I absolutely love Fall! It’s by far my favorite season. Crisp fall leaves, sweaters, boots, trips to the pumpkin patch, the beautiful colors, I love it all! So of course, I wanted to make a fall bunting banner to hang across the mantel in my house. I have seen a few patterns out there for one, but I ended up not liking how any of the acorns looked, so I decided to design my own. I am quite pleased with how it turned out. I also decided to use Painted Hinge’s crochet leaves, as well. You can find the links for her patterns at the bottom of the page.

Amigurumi Acorn Free Crochet PatternMaterials:
– small amount of worsted weight yarn in tan.
– small amount of worsted weight yarn in brown.
– Size G (4.0mm) Crochet Hook
– Yarn Needle
– Fiberfil

Size: Acorn – 2 ½” x 1 ¾”

Not critical for this project.

❤♡♡♡ Beginner

ch = Chain
sp(s) = space(s)
st(s) = stitch(es)
sl st = Slip Stitch
sk = Skip

sc = Single Crochet
blo = Back Loop Only
RS = Right Side
WS = Wrong Side
FO = Finish Off
Special Stitches:
MC – Magic Circle


  • This pattern is written in American Standard Terms.
  • Place a marker in the first stitch of every round to indicate the beginning and move the marker up at the start of each new round.
  • All stitches are worked through both loops unless otherwise indicated.
  • Instructions between ** are to be repeated until the end of the round.
  • Instructions between [] are made in the same st.
  • Numbers between () indicate the total amount of stitches in that round.
  • When making color changes, remember to always change to the new color before the last yarn over of the last stitch in the old color.

Acorn:Amigurumi Acorn
Worked in the round with joins.
With tan and G (4.0mm) hook,
Round 1: 4 sc in MC. (4)
Round 2: *2 sc, sc* repeat around. (6)
Round 3: *2 sc, sc* repeat around. (9)
Round 4: *2 sc, sc 2* repeat around. (12)
Round 5: *2 sc, sc 2* repeat around. (16)
Round 6-8: sc in each st around. (16)
Round 9: In blo, *sc dec, sc 2* repeat around. (12)
F.O. Weave in ends. Firmly stuff acorn.



Crochet Acorn Top to Bottom

Work through stitches on Acorn Top and unworked loop on Acorn Bottom.

Acorn Top:
Worked in the round with joins.
With tan and G (4.0mm) hook,
Round 1: 4 sc in MC. (4)
Round 2: 2 sc in each st around. (8)
Round 3: *2 sc, sc* repeat around. (12)
Round 4: *2 sc, sc 2* repeat around. (16)
Round 5: Work through both the acorn top sts and unworked loops on acorn*2 sc, sc 3* repeat around. (20)
Round 6: sc in each st around. (20)
F.O. Weave in ends.

Join to top of the Acorn Top, ch 3, sl in 2nd ch and sl in next ch. F.O. Weave in end.

Link to Painted Hinge’s Free Leaf Patterns:
Maple Fall Leaves
Oak Fall Leaves

Link to the free crochet pumpkins pattern:
Little Pumpkin by Aimee Cunningham

Amigurumi Acorn Crochet Pattern

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