Crochet Acorn Centerpiece


Centerpieces are an easy way to dress up a table, but if you want a centerpiece to last, your options decrease significantly. Luckily, a Crochet Acorn Centerpiece is extremely easy to make and works up quickly. Run out to your yard or your nearest park, grab a few medium sized pine cones, and hurry home to create this adorable crocheted centerpiece. Using different fall colors creates a pretty and varied centerpiece, while adding pine cones without the crocheted sleeve adds texture and depth.


Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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These are so amazingly clever! And I dont even need to go hiking in the woods. This will be the perfect way to recycle those old cinnamon scented pinecones from last Christmas. Theyre just the right size, clean, and best of all, no sap to deal with. I already downloaded the .pdf. Not at all surprised this is from Repeat Crafter Me. One of my favorite designers!

What a cool way to use some of those pine cones. Our back yard will be full of them in a short while and most of them end up carted away to our local mulch facility. I can save a few and use them here. A cute addition to the fall decor.


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