If you love some autumn decoration for any crochet bouquet ideas or home decoration, try our crochet pine cone pattern. It is an easy to finish crochet project.

Pine cones are often used as an auxiliary in crochet flower bouquets, so you can also learn to crochet other flowers and make them into beautiful bouquets. We offer free patterns for you.

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We love this for its cozy and realistic appearance that mimics the real pine cones. Its structure is alluring because it is carefully designed to shape and form real pine cones.

Shades of brown and light beige bring classic tones, and it can enhance the natural aesthetic.

Usage

Original Usages:

  • The crocheted pine cone is a unique and attractive decoration, adding color and texture to home, office, and garden decor. It’s perfect for holiday decorations, wreaths, and table settings. As a gift, a crocheted pine cone is perfect for occasions such as birthdays, anniversaries, and Christmas and it commemorates special events or memories.

Flower bouquet ideas:

  • A crocheted pine cone flower bouquet is a beautiful way to show your love and appreciation! Use the crocheted pine cones as your main flower or accent it with silk flower blooms, fluffy cotton bolls, felt pom-poms, and dried twigs for greenery. Tie the stems together with a piece of ribbon for a unique and beautiful bouquet that will last a lifetime.

Video

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Materials

  • Yarn-yarn of brown
  • Hook-2.5mm
  • Flower rod – 16 inches long x 0.08 inches diameter (40cm x 2mm)
  • Scissors
  • Stitch marker
  • Hot melt adhesive
  • Fiberfill

Difficulty

Our crocheted pine cone pattern is at the easy level; requiring basic crochet skills. Beginners may find back loops challenging, but online video tutorials can guide you in making the pine cone. The decreases (sc2tog) requires cleverness and precision, but with patience and practice, they can be mastered.

Stitches and Abbreviations

  • sc: single crochet
  • ss: slip stitch
  • ch: chain
  • blo: back loops only
  • sc2tog: single crochet 2 together (decrease)
  • flo: front loops only
  • dc: double crochet
  • sk: skip

Special Stitches

  • Blo (back loops only): This stitch is worked by inserting the crochet hook only through the back loop of the stitch, leaving the front loop unworked. Working in the back loops creates a ribbed or textured effect and adds structure to the project.
  • Sc2tog (single crochet two together): This is a decrease stitch used to reduce the number of stitches. It involves inserting the hook through the first stitch, yarn over, pulling up a loop, then inserting the hook through the next stitch, yarn over, and pulling up a loop. Finally, yarn over and pull through all loops on the hook. Sc2tog creates a decrease and helps shape the project, making it narrower or more tapered.
  • Flo (front loops only): This stitch is worked by inserting the crochet hook only through the front loop of the stitch, leaving the back loop unworked. Working in the front loops creates a different texture and can be used to create decorative edges or add dimension to the project.

Step-by-Step Pine Cone Patterns

Main Part of The Pine Cone

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  • Start by creating a magic ring.
  • Round 1: Make 6 sc stitches into the magic ring, then ss and ch 1.
  • Round 2: Work in the back loops only (blo sc 2 in each st). Repeat the sequence, a total of 6 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Round 3: Still working in the back loops only, making 1 sc stitch and making 2 sc stitches in each stitch around, Repeat the sequence a total of 6 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Round 4: Again, in the back loops only, repeat the sequence of making 2 sc stitches and making 2 sc stitches in each stitch around, a total of 6 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Round 5: Work in the back loops only, making 24 sc stitches. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Round 6: Make 6 sc stitches, then (sc2tog), repeating this sequence 3 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Round 7: Make 21 sc stitches in the back loops only. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Round 8: Make 5 sc stitches, then (sc2tog), repeating this sequence 3 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Round 9: Work in the back loops only, making 18 sc stitches. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Round 10: Make 4 sc stitches, then (sc2tog), repeating this sequence 3 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Round 11: Work in the back loops only, making 15 sc stitches. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Round 12: Make 3 sc stitches, then (sc2tog), repeating this sequence 3 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
  • Round 13: Work in the back loops only, Make 2 sc stitches, then (sc2tog), repeating this sequence 3 times. 1 ss, 1 ch . Also, add fiberfill stuffing to the pine cone.
  • Round 14: Make 1 single crochet stitch, then (sc2tog), repeating this sequence 3 times. Do not cut the tail.

Fruit Petals of The Pine Cone

  • Work in the front loops only for the following rounds.
  • Round 1-2: Starting from the last stitch of the hook, repeat the sequence of making 1 ss, 1 ch, 1 dc, 1 ch, and 1 ss in each stitch. Sk 1 stitch between each repeat. Continue this pattern until the end of the round. Then, make 1 ss in the first stitch, pull the big ring through the pine cone, and close the ring tightly.
  • Round 3-4: Repeat the sequence of making 1 ss, 2 ch, 1 dc, 2 ch, and 1 ss in each stitch. Sk 1 stitch between each repeat. Continue this pattern until the end of the round. Then, make 1 ss in the first stitch, pull the big ring through the pine cone, and close the ring tightly.
  • Round 5-7: Repeat the sequence of making 1 ss, 2 ch, 2 dc, 2 ch, and 1 ss in each stitch. Sk 1 stitch between each repeat. Continue this pattern until the end of the round. Then, make 1 ss in the first stitch, pull the big ring through the pine cone, and close the ring tightly.
  • Rounds 8-10: {( 1 ss, 2 ch, 1 dc, 2 ch, 1ss), then sk 1 stitch}, repeat { } until the end of a round, 1 ss, pull the big ring through the pine cone, and close the ring tightly.

Assemble

  • Step 1: Insert the flower rod carefully at the center of the pine cone.
  • Step 2: Cover tightly the flower rod with existing yarn. Secure it with hot melt adhesive.
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Crochet Pine Cone

How to crochet pine cone pattern with an easy-to-follow, step-by-step tutorial.
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Type: crochet flower
difficult level: middle
Keyword: Crochet Pine Cone

Equipment

  • hook 2.5mm
  • scissors
  • stitch marker

Ingredients

  • Yarn brown
  • Flower rod 16 inches long x 0.08 inches diameter (40cm x 2mm)
  • Hot melt adhesive
  • Fiberfill

Instructions

Main Part of The Pine Cone

  • Start by creating a magic ring.
  • Round 1: Make 6 sc stitches into the magic ring, then ss and ch 1.
    Round 2: Work in the back loops only (blo sc 2 in each st). Repeat the sequence, a total of 6 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Round 3: Still working in the back loops only, making 1 sc stitch and making 2 sc stitches in each stitch around, Repeat the sequence a total of 6 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Round 4: Again, in the back loops only, repeat the sequence of making 2 sc stitches and making 2 sc stitches in each stitch around, a total of 6 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Round 5: Work in the back loops only, making 24 sc stitches. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Round 6: Make 6 sc stitches, then (sc2tog), repeating this sequence 3 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Round 7: Make 21 sc stitches in the back loops only. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Round 8: Make 5 sc stitches, then (sc2tog), repeating this sequence 3 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Round 9: Work in the back loops only, making 18 sc stitches. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Round 10: Make 4 sc stitches, then (sc2tog), repeating this sequence 3 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Round 11: Work in the back loops only, making 15 sc stitches. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Round 12: Make 3 sc stitches, then (sc2tog), repeating this sequence 3 times. 1 ss, 1 ch
    Round 13: Work in the back loops only, Make 2 sc stitches, then (sc2tog), repeating this sequence 3 times. 1 ss, 1 ch. Also, add fiberfill stuffing to the pine cone.
    Round 14: Make 1 single crochet stitch, then (sc2tog), repeating this sequence 3 times. Do not cut the tail.

Fruit Petals of The Pine Cone

  • Work in the front loops only for the following rounds.
  • Round 1-2: Starting from the last stitch of the hook, repeat the sequence of making 1 ss, 1 ch, 1 dc, 1 ch, and 1 ss in each stitch. Sk 1 stitch between each repeat. Continue this pattern until the end of the round. Then, make 1 ss in the first stitch, pull the big ring through the pine cone, and close the ring tightly.
  • Round 3-4: Repeat the sequence of making 1 ss, 2 ch, 1 dc, 2 ch, and 1 ss in each stitch. Sk 1 stitch between each repeat. Continue this pattern until the end of the round. Then, make 1 ss in the first stitch, pull the big ring through the pine cone, and close the ring tightly.
  • Round 5-7: Repeat the sequence of making 1 ss, 2 ch, 2 dc, 2 ch, and 1 ss in each stitch. Sk 1 stitch between each repeat. Continue this pattern until the end of the round. Then, make 1 ss in the first stitch, pull the big ring through the pine cone, and close the ring tightly.
  • Rounds 8-10: {( 1 ss, 2 ch, 1 dc, 2 ch, 1ss), then sk 1 stitch}, repeat { } until the end of a round, 1 ss, pull the big ring through the pine cone, and close the ring tightly.

Assemble

  • Step 1: Insert the flower rod carefully at the center of the pine cone.
  • Step 2: Cover tightly the flower rod with existing yarn. Secure it with hot melt adhesive.

Video

Notes

  • Our pattern is written in US crochet terms.
  • Use a stitch marker buckle to mark the beginning of each round.
  • Follow the counting and instructions carefully to avoid mistakes.
  • Take note of the special stitches and techniques each round.
  • Additional notes were written in Italics.
  • Video tutorials are available for additional guidance.

Afterthoughts

The pine cone is a fun and versatile crocheted craft that brings a natural touch to your home decor. We have covered various aspects of this project, from its realistic appearance to the structure and special stitches that add volume and dimension to the pine cone. The suggested color of brown and light beige brings the aesthetic hues of the pine cone to any decors. Don’t wait up to try our pattern for your next project

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