Flowers by Irene has a pretty knit/ crochet poppy.
Frayed at the Edges makes a knit poppy.
Erssie Knits has a crochet poppy but the pattern is not available on the site.
Seawood has crochet poppies (flowers) with a big button in the middle.
Kittyboo Crochet has a nice poppy pattern:
Ch 6. SS into 1st stitch to form a ring.
24 dc into ring.
DC into each DC, increasing every other stitch to get 36 stitches.
1 ch [1 dc 1 tr 7dbltr 1 tr 1dc 1ss] 3 times with last ss into 1st ch.
Join the two pieces.
For the centre I really just made it up as I went along. It’s a bit hard to describe but I basically made lots of loops and tied them together (a bit like making a tassle) then cut off the tops and stitched into the centre of the poppy.
Curious and Crafty Readers has the loveliest crochet poppy pattern of them all, I think. Here is the centre and the other page has extra finishing touches.
Comment from: skye [Visitor]
That came out rather well
Comment from: Lady Banana [Visitor]
I do like that, pity I can't crochet but suppose I have a year now in which to learn!
Comment from: Happy and Blue 2 [Visitor]
The instructions were great.
I think I'll make one as soon as I google the terms you used to find out what the heck you were saying.
Did you wear it or just make it for show..