Island Poppy Crochet Flower

Island Poppy Crochet Flower

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Island Poppy Crochet Flower
Island Poppy Crochet Flower

"This Island Poppy Crochet Pattern is in the form of written description as well as detailed photo tutorial. In this pattern I'm using US crochet terms. You can use any yarn with an appropriate size hook depending on the size of the flower you want to achieve. Flower is easy and quick to make, I hope you will enjoy it. You can use crochet flowers in many ways like making: headbands, garlands, brooches, jewelry, appliques for blankets, handbags and everything else."

Difficulty LevelIntermediate

Crochet HookG/6 or 4 mm hook

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

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Well, quite an interesting story behind how she came upon creating this beautiful island poppy crochet flower! That is what I love about my craft. You get your inspiration from the world around you. She did a great job going by just a picture on her mobile phone. I wonder what everyone else is going to use this flower for? I am looking for some really original ideas.

This is just gorgeous. I grow all sorts of flowers, and this is one of the most realistic Ive seen. The designer takes you step by step through the process of recreating this beauty through a series of close up photos and excellent instructions. Do yourself a huge favor and check out the other floral creations by the very talented designer.

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Hi briarmoon, The blogger must have moved stuff around on her site - I found the link and replaced it above. Thanks! Julia, editor for AlLFreeCrochet

Oh my word this looks like a real flower at first glance! The pattern is incredibly easy to follow and there is nothing too complicated about it. I'm going to make a bunch of these and attach them to florist wire, plonk them in a pretty vase for a bright permanent posy.

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