Free Poppy Cross Stitch Chart

PoppyRemembrance day is just around the corner and so we wanted to share a poppy cross stitch chart that we found on the wonderful HomeStitchness blog.

There are many different ways in which to honour this day. Whether you partake in a two minutes silence; whether your crochet, knit, sew or colour a poppy or simply wear the iconic paper poppy. There is something everyone can do to remember the fallen service men and women killed in conflict. Knowing how much our lovely SewandSo community LOVE cross stitch we wanted to share this great little sampler with you. It is quick and simple to do so is perfect for beginners and children also.

Knowing how much our lovely SewandSo community LOVE cross stitch we wanted to share this great little sampler with you. It is quick and simple to do so is perfect for beginners and children also.

For this chart you need just two colours:

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Armistice Day , on November 11, commemorates the signing of the armistice between the Allies and Germany at 11am on November 11, 1918.

As a result, there is a two-minute silence held to mark the occasion. On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month – and remember those killed in the two World Wars and the 12,000 British servicemen killed or injured since 1945.

Share your cross stitch poppies with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram using #SewandSo. Help us have a feed full of poppies for this occasion.

 

 

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Nadine dabbles in a wide range crafts. If it's pretty and she wants to make it, she'll learn the technique to do so. She is also never without a cup of tea in her hands.

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