You can't just have one acorn necklace i discovered so I was making some more this evening and decided to take some photographs along the way and make a little tutorial out of it. All you need is some crochet cotton, fine gauge works best, a small crochet hook, a yarn needle or tapestry needle and acorns of course. I used the real ones but I don't see why the wooden ones wouldn't work, they are just larger.
Start by making a chain of 5 stitches and join to make a very small circle. The opening of the circle is where the sharp tip of the acorn will poke through later so don't pull too tight.
Continue now on these 10 stitches for at least two more rows or until you have reached the desired height for your acorn. Remember not all acorns are created with the same dimensions.
You should at this point have a very small crocheted bowl .
There is an old british folk tradition that if you carry an acorn in your pocket or purse ( or maybe around your neck) it will prevent old age. And If you don't want to wear your acorn they look really sweet as ornaments in your home.