Red poppies are a beautiful symbol of remembrance around the world. With ANZAC Day here, we get the chance to pause and remember the soldiers who have fought for us, and honour the servicemen and women who continue their hard work.

And what better way to commemorate the day than with these easy-to-make crochet poppies.

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To get you started, you will need some red and black Lincraft Cosy Wool. You will also need a crochet hook and a pair of scissors.

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First, chain 3, join to first ch to form a ring.

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And now that you’ve done the centre of the poppy, it’s time to add the petals.

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And there you have it! Make one poppy or make a whole bunch this ANZAC Day. And don’t forget to share your poppies with us using #lincrafters on Instagram and Facebook.

You can take a look at the Crochet Poppy How-To Sheet on our website:

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