And you have made it to the last week…. the beautiful Passiflora Flower and the Crocus Border!
The Passiflora Flowers can be found mostly in Mexico, Central America, South America, United States Of America, Southeast Asia, and Oceania. These beautiful flowers produce the Passionfruit berries. The fruit is eaten or juiced, while the juice is often added to other fruit juices to enhance aroma and flavor. These amazing flowers will become the “stitches” that hold your blocks together in an amazing flash of color between the corners of each block, and become a part of your Crocus Border.
The Crocus is among the first flowers to bloom in springtime, and is extremely popular with gardeners as it such a hardy plant, yet holds such a delicate and beautiful flower. The main use of the crocus flower however, is the production of saffron. The spice we use today is derived from the crimson stigmata and styles, called threads, which are collected and dried to be used mainly as a seasoning and coloring agent in food. Saffron has been among the world’s most costly spices by weight for centuries. These lovely flowers will be a part of the finished border on your beautiful blanket!
- The previous week’s patterns, yarn information, Introduction, and Special Stitches Document for this CAL, can be found: >>HERE<<
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Thank you for joining us, CAL – Crochet A Long, while we had the truly wonderful pleasure of hosting this CAL for Anne…. we have enjoyed seeing your squares, and the progress you have made on your blankets over the last 7 weeks. And we cannot wait to see our FaceBook newsfeed bloom with all of your finished blankets.