The Poppy Project

All the good feels this Monday, check out this amazing story from @chch. 11,000 poppies from around the world. The Niagara Falls history museum has put up a dramatic art display of #crochetted and #knitted poppies created by #volunteers from around the globe.


https://www.chch.com/group-of-women-in-niagara-produces-thousands-of-poppies-all-crocheted-by-hand/?fbclid=IwAR0HJKoBM2NN2UAM8hzkHa_TGvXrWWUsjnwuumEfrSJa1VVN6IktInR67Aw


Check out more information on the #PoppyProject as well as free #knit and #crochet patterns from @Yarnspirations!





Every November, the Niagara Falls Museum sets up a display for Remembrance Day, a day where we remember the armed forces who died in the line of duty during WWI. This year the Museum will also be remembering prolific knitter and Canadian Legacy, Elizabeth Lundy. Elizabeth inspired this year’s display through her love of knitting and her great efforts during WWI, when she knit 300 socks for Canadian troops. The display will be a large-scale installation of knit and crochet poppies that will drape over the exterior of the museum during the month of November.