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Iceland Poppy

By: Inessa Medina from picotpals.com
Iceland Poppy
Iceland Poppy

"Poppies are definitely my favorite flower. Icelandic poppies are so uniquely beautiful! I love how delicate their pastel petals look. The pattern includes instructions for making a large and small poppy As well as detailed photos to guide you along. This pattern uses a combination of worsted and dk weight yarns. You can use almost any fiber type to create these poppies. I used acrylic yarn in my finished designs. Cotton yarns produce a more stiff petal."

Intermediate

Crochet HookC/2 or 2.75 mm hook, D/3 or 3.25 mm hook

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

Finished Size3.5 inches (8.89 cm) in diameter

Materials List

  • worsted weight green acrylic yarn
  • worsted weight yellow acrylic yarn
  • dk weight pink acrylic yarn
  • scissors
  • tapestry needle
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I love poppies. I have paintings on my living room wall of them. I have always loved the painting of Flanders Field. I want to make these in red to add as an embellishment on a plain whit pillow that I have on my living room sofa. It will be perfect with the theme.

What a beautiful crochet flower. These Iceland Poppys look so life like. I love flowers but most times, I could not tell you the name of them. I did a google search and discovered that the poppy can come in a large array of colors. So with the design, the sky is the limit with color selection and the item will still look life like. I am glad there are pictures provided in the directions.

Whenever I run across a crochet flowr project I take the time to save them. From time to time I will print the out before hand. Whenever I need a flower I will have some already saved and for the most part I can find the perfect one needed. I already have a use for this one. Thanks for the free post.

Crochet flower projects are always so fun to find. I save them for future use because one never knows when the need will arise that a homemade crochet flower will the needed final touch for a project. Thanks so much for posting this free Iceland Poppy design.

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