This Poppy Knitted Flowers Pattern is a fun quick-knit. These sweet blossoms can be used as accessory embellishments on headbands, hats, pretty much anything you want to make cute. Knit up Poppy Remembrance Flowers to honor Veterans throughout the world.
Begin by knitting four petal shapes in the basic Garter Stitch, then attach them to form your flower. Embellish by embroidering poppy seeds and the middle stamen finish it up. You may switch up your colors to resemble other knitted flowers, too!
MATERIALS for Poppy Knitted Flowers
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My sample was created with size 7 US knitting needles and worsted weight yarn. Feel free to use any appropriately sized yarn, fiber, and needles for your creative project.
- Yarn – Red Heart Super Saver worsted weight
- Knitting Needles – Size 7 US Straight
- Tapestry Needle
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HOW TO KNIT A POPPY FLOWER
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- Yarn - 42 yards of Worsted Weight in any fiber and colors of your choice
- Knitting Needles - Size 7 US straight needles
- Tapestry Needle
MAKE 4 FLOWER PETALS
Cast On 7 Stitches
Row 1: Knit Row (7 sts)
Row 2: KFB, K4, KFB, K1 (9 sts)
Row 3: KFB, K5, KFB, K1 (11 sts)
Row 4: KFB, K6, KFB, K1 (13 sts)
Rows 5 - 8: Knit Rows
Row 9: SSK, SSK, K5, K2Tog, K2Tog (9 sts)
Rows 10 - 12: Knit Rows
Row 13: SSK, SSK, K1, K2Tog, K2Tog (5 sts)
Row 14: K1, Slip1, K2Tog, PSSO, K1 (3 sts)
Tack 4 Petals Together
STAMEN KNITTING PATTERN
Cast On 18 Stitches
Bind Off all stitches
Tack Together and Onto Middle of Flower Petals
EMBROIDER POPPY SEEDS
With yarn in any color and your tapestry needle, embroider poppy seeds around the perimeter of your Stamen using the French Knot technique (see video).
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