One more sleep

We have been busy making kits and getting ourselves organised for the big day tomorrow.

So … see you at Fed Square 11.00 a.m. to 4.00 p.m.

We have Anzac Biscuits and some kits to make these lovely poppies below so be early.

Fabric poppiesLynn's poppies Sue's poppies




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6 Responses to One more sleep

  1. lesley says:

    Hi i hope that one of the tv stations show us in the far west the display of the 5,000 poppies hopefully at a reasonable time remembering we are 3 hours behind the east I know I will be giving the ABC a ring tommorrow and see if they might try to show the display hopefully you have thought of this and madesome arrangement Good luck on Friday my thoughts will be with you and I hope you have Geraldton weather where it never rains Bless you all Lesley

  2. 5000poppies says:

    Hi Lesley …. this Anzac Day is not the final display …. this is just a big workshop we have planned. The real display is this time NEXT year … and there will be TV galore. I expect there may be some TV coverage this year though …. so don’t be disappointed with just the small display we will have happening tomorrow. It’s all for next year.

  3. Diane Collyer says:

    Please tell me where my nearest drop off point is to Boronia. Had a lovely time today at Fed Square, thanks for all your hard work organising such an impressive outreach. Love, Diane Collyer.

  4. Jenni says:

    Sorry I couldn’t make it yesterday, I have poppies to hand over at the next GTG in early May. Our daughter stopped by to have a look and she said it was lovely to see you all sitting there knitting.

  5. John Shaw says:

    Hi everyone,

    I dropped off my poppies to my local library. Felt great to make something to remember my fathers efforts

    In WW2.

    I have included a pic of my poppy.

    I saw on Pinterest some poppies made with egg cartons. Thought it would be a good idea for schoolkids to

    make and participate.

    They were for US Memorial day 2014 to remember their troops.



  6. Katherine says:

    My daughters (7 and 10) and I had a wonderful time on Friday. Seeing the march brought home to them something about the solemnity of Anzac Day, and they loved making felt poppies in the sunshine. (And eating the biscuits.) But they did need a lot of help, so that I couldn’t really make anything? We wondered if they can make some poppies using their rainbow looms? There are a few poppy patterns out there on YouTube. For example:

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