Two crochet acorns in a basket.

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It’s still summer, but fall is around the corner.

So, let’s get a jump on our autumn crocheting with some fall acorn decorations. While this may seem like a sad thing, really it’s a harvest and end of season celebration for this year’s summer. In fact, these are some of the most beautiful decorations of the year. Better still, they’re quite easy, meaning that you can quickly whip up any number of these for yourself, your kids and friends. In fact, it may be a good idea to keep these projects to yourself, because if others see them they will definitely want some for themseleves.

Acorn Project Bag

To begin our fall acorn decorations, here is an acorn project bag. Not only has it got a thematic, attractive shape, it’s also a useful container for your other crocheting projects.

Acron Project Bag

The full article about this pattern is on blog:

 Little Acorn Project Bag

More info about  ShaanaBanaana’s project on Ravelry.

Crochet Acorns

However, fall acorn decorations don’t have to be functional. Without a doubt they can be purely decorative, and so very, very beautiful.


The full pattern is on

Crochet Acrons

More info about Megan Noel’s project you will find on Flickr.

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