TASTER: Crochet Poppy with Gaynor White
FREE Tasters (Crochet) • Educational, G, 07-Oct-2022
Using Chunky Yarn and a size 4 hook Gaynor White shows a quick and easy method for crocheting a poppy.
These simple to follow instructions and handy tips are ideal for beginners to crochet.
Utilising half trebles, chains and slip stitches this 3 petal poppy grows quickly. Adding a leaf to your poppy couldn't be simpler Gaynor shows us how to crochet a beautiful leaf. Finally completing the brooch by adding a button and a clip.
Resulting in a superb Poppy Brooch anyone would be proud to wear.
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If you are more of a knitter here is a knitted poppy you can try.
For projects from Gaynor White check out her pattern designs on Ravelry
Check out the community crochet group Gaynor runs called The Barkham Hookers.
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