Tuesday, November 6, 2018

"Live With Sara" Remembrance Poppy Crochet Pattern | Posh Pooch Designs

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Today's Question,
"Where Does Everyone Find Free Crochet Patterns"?
I Conducted A Poll in the Group
"PPD Puppy Love Crochet"
to see where you look first.

Here is the List in order of where you like to look for Crochet Patterns:

1. Ravelry
2. Pinterest
3. Google Search
4. Youtube
5. All Free Crochet.com
6. Other
We Want All The Patterns!
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The Remembrance Poppy
Have you wondered how the Poppy Became the Symbol For Nov 11th Veteran's Day.
World War 1 Ended on 11/11/11,
the 11th Month, 11th day, 11th hour.

"The Poppy is the enduring symbol of remembrance of the
 First World War. It is strongly linked with Armistice Day, 
Which is November 11th. 

Wear the Poppy on your right side of your shirt or lapel.
 The Red represents the blood of those who gave their lives.
 The Black represents the mourning of those who
 did not make it home.

 "The Poppy's origin as a symbol of remembrance
 lies in the landscapes of the First World War.
Poppies were a common site, especially on the Western Front.
 They flourished in the soil churned up the fighting and shelling.
 The Flower provided Canadian Doctors John McCrae's Poem
 with inspiration for his poem "In Flanders Fields", 
Which he wrote while serving in the Ypres in 1915. 
In 1918 American humanitarian Moina Michael wrote, 
"And now the Torch and Poppy Red, we wear in
 honor of our dead." 
And Campaigned to make the Poppy a symbol of 
remembrance of those who died in war.

The Poppy continues to be sold worldwide to raise money
 and to remember those who have lost their lives in the
 First World War and in subsequent Conflicts."

Remembrance Poppy Crochet Pattern

Skill: Easy

Materials:
Crochet Hook - H / 5.00MM
Yarn - Worsted Weight ( 4) Small Amount of Red(C2) and Black(C1) 
            Any will work, Cotton or Acrylic
Yarn Needle
Saftey Pin 

Stitches:
Chain (ch)
Slip Stitches (slst)
Simgle Crochet (sc)
Double Crochet (dc)
Skip (sk)
Change To (chgto)

Notes:
Ch3 Counts as Dc

Pattern:
R: 1 - With C1 - Ch 5, join in a circle.
ch3, 7 hdc, join in a circle, (8hdc)

R: 2 - Chgto C2, *ch3, sk next dc, sc in the next dc*
Repeat From To * to * 2 more times.
ch3, sk next dc, slst in the 1st dc.
(4 ch3 loops, 4 sc)

R: 3 - Sl st in the 1st ch2 sp,
ch2, 3 dc, ch2, slst in the 1st ch3 sp,
*ch2, 3 dc, ch2, slst in the Next ch3 sp*
Repeat From * to * 2 more times, join to the 1st slst,
Tie off, Weave in your ends.

Leave a 12 inch tail of yarn for sewing in place.
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