• [Free Pattern] The Never Fading Flower Pattern And How It Became Someone’s Olympic Goal. The Progress On The Blanket Is Impressive!

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    Here is a gorgeous blanket, made using the  Never Fading Flower motif, with a combination of four different colors for the flowers. If you’d like to see this blanket in different  stages, here is where you can check them. That’s actually a blanket that’ been done in pretty much a week-end during what Janet calls “my Olympic challenge”. The progress on that blanket is impressive! A truly goal achiever!

    [Free Pattern] The Never Fading Flower Pattern And How It Became Someone's Olympic Goal. The Progress On The Blanket Is Impressive!

     For my Olympic challenge, I will be doing something that requires stamina; speed is also of the essence but combined with precision; and determination is probably the key factor.

    My challenge is to finish as many knitting and crochet projects as possible WITHOUT STARTING SOMETHING NEW!!!!!   Source: My Olympic Challenge

    Image source: Janet

    Isn’t this incredible? The colors work so  well together and the speed is wow! Truly Olympic!  In fact, that’s the first time I hear someone talking about Olympics and crochet in the same sentence.

    Below, is another project using the same Never Fading Flower square. I am totally in love with bags. This is such an important fashion item for any woman, not to mention how practical a bag is. I can never go out without a bag. And you know how they say, I have all the things I need and all the things that I don’t need in my bag. LOL. So, back to this project, the  Never Fading Flower Bag is a finished project and you’ll have to register with ravelry to be able to see the rest of the details for this bag. Once you do it, click this link.

    Never Fading Flower Bag

    I crocheted 12 squares, joined them together, added 10 rows of single crochet on the 3 corresponding sides, joined two parts together. Added lining and a handle (both made of 100% linen). I’ve also added a few simple crocheted flowers.
    Source: Never Fading Flower Bag.
    Image source: tjasad

    Got inspired?  What’s your next project then?

    One more thing: how about the square below? Changing colors at every round. If you’re ready for something like this, here is a very cute and helpful photo tutorial on how to do the color changes. Enjoy!

    Never Fading Flower square tutorial

    Image source: f1bercat

    Check out the original source for this pattern with all the directions and full written pattern at: Never Fading Flower

    Thanks to Nellas Aprilis for the article inspiration and featured image.

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