How to Make Fabric Acorns

 

 

How to Make Fabric Acorns

It is Autumn and time for fall decorating.  This year I decided to make these terrific fabric acorns to decorate my home.  They are super simple to make and add that little bit of autumn to any fall decor.  The key to these little gems are the natural acorn caps that you can buy from Amazon.  All you need are some fabric scraps, hot glue, and the acorn caps to create these charming little fabric acorns.  They will add color and texture to any decor and they are just really cute. This post contains affiliate links that if you click on them and make a purchase I may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you.  As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.

What you will Need: How to Make Fabric Acorns

Step 1:  Cut out the fabrics

Using the pattern cut out the fabrics.  You will need two pieces for each acorn.  

How to make fabric acorns
Place the pattern on the fabric
How to Make fabric acorns
Cut out pattern

Step 2:  Sew the fabrics

Using a 1/4″ seam allowance sew around the bottom and sides of the fabrics leaving the tops open.  This is the acorn body. Turn it right sides out.

How to make fabric acorns
Sew right sides together
How to make fabric acorns
Turn right sides out

 

Step 3:  Stuff the Fabrics

Take a small amount of fiberfill and stuff the acorn body.  

How to make fabric acorns
Stuff the acorn

Step 4:  Sew the tops

Using a needle and thread sew the tops closed using whip stitch. Pinch the sides of the tops together and stitch. 

How to make fabric acorns
Whip stitch the acorn closed
How to make fabric acorns
Sew the sides together

Step 5: Hot Glue the Caps

Place some hot glue in the center of the acorn caps and press onto the top of the acorn bodies you just made.  You have now finished your fabric acorns.  Make as many as you like to enhance your autumn decor.  

How to make fabric acorns
Add the acorn cap

 

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