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This is a little pin I created after watching President Dieter F. Uchtdorf's talk at Relief Society General Meeting on Sept. 24, 2011
"You are not forgotten.  Sisters, wherever you are, whatever the circumstances may be, you are not forgotten. No matter how dark your days may seem, no matter how insignificant you may feel, no matter how overshadowed you think you may be, your Heavenly Father has not forgotten you. In fact, He loves you, with an infinite love.- President Dieter F. Uchtdorf

Abbreviations: sl st=slip stitch, sc = single crochet, dc= double crochet, tr = triple crochet.

Let's get started!
You will need:
Size E crochet hook and a few yards each of baby yarn in yellow, white, and light blue, yarn needle, and a pin for the back, or a magnet.

YELLOW center:
Chain 5 - join with a slip stitch to form a ring.  Cut yarn leaving 2" tail.

WHITE:
Join white yarn with a slip stitch, in middle of the ring.  *Ch 3, sc in ring, repeat from * 4 more times (5 loops) End with a slip stitch in back of the base of the first white chain 3. Cut yarn leaving 2" tail.

BLUE petals:
Join blue yarn with slip stitch inside one of the white loops. *Make 1 sc, 1 dc, 1 tr, 1 dc, 1 sc in same white loop, sc in same loop.  Repeat from * around in each white loop.  You will have 5 blue petals.  Join with sl st in back of the base of first sc.  End off by cutting yarn leaving 2" tail.


FINISHING:

Weave all the yarn tails behind flower.

Using hot glue, glue pin or magnet to back of the flower.




And now enjoy this uplifting, wonderful talk that inspired me to create this little Forget Me Not pattern!

Forget not...  ...to be patient with yourself   ...the difference between a good sacrifice and a foolish sacrifice  ...to be happy now 

...the 'why' of the Gospel   ...that the Lord love YOU!







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