To Mark the season of remembrance in 2018 we will have a poppy cascade from the Church Tower. Later this page will have details of how and when you can see the cascade will be erected .
IN the meantime we need as many people as possible to make poppies
Here you will find some patterns to knit and crochet poppies for our poppy cascade .
If you would prefer to make tissue paper poppies you can get instructions for making some beautiful poppies from WickiHow http://www.wikihow.com/Make-
Petals (make 4)
Using A, cast on 7 sts.
1st row (RS) K.
2nd row Kfb, k to last 2 sts, kfb, k1. 9 sts.
3rd row As 2nd row. 11 sts.
4th row As 2nd row. 13 sts.
5th–8th rows K.
9th row Ssk twice, k to last 4 sts, k2tog twice. 9 sts.
10th–12th rows K.
13th row As 9th row. 5 sts.
14th–16th rows K.
17th row K1, sk2po, k1. 3 sts.
18th row K. Bind off.
Using B, cast on 16 sts. Bind off.
Sew petals together in pairs, then position one pair over the other in a cross formation and secure. Coil center into a tight spiral and sew base to the center. Using C, work a ring of straight stitches radiating from the flower center, then work French knots around the outer edge of the stitched ring. Maintain the petals in a cup shape with a small stitch behind pairs of petals.
Stitch Explanation: Sk2po - Slip 2 stitches as if to knit together, knit 1, pass slipped stitches over