Remembrance Poppies Pattern


Remember those who fought in World War I with this Remembrance Poppies Pattern. It includes instructions for completing five different sizes of crochet flowers for you to make a whole bouquet. Take them to a memorial, attach them to a headband, or just set them around the house in remembrance on this day and those leading up to it. For such a simple pattern, you get a beautiful end product that reminds you just how easy it can be to make crocheted flowers.


Crochet Hook8 or 1.5 mm hook (steel)

Yarn Weight(0) Lace (33-40 stitches to 4 inches). Includes crochet thread.

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Even if not for the Remembrance day event, these poppies are very attractive and would bring a bit of happiness or sunshine to any project. The project could be one you created on your own or even one that was purchased. With five different sizes you can not go wrong with making a hand full of these.

Today I was able to learn something new. I am not surprised at that though because I learn something new just about every time I peruse the pages of All Free Crochet. This is a special tribute and for those that have someone to remember I hope this post is found in time for these to be made if desired. Thanks for sharing this post.

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