Alabama State Flower Embroidery Pattern {Camellia}
Alabama State Flower Pattern {Camellia}

The Camellia might not be native to Alabama, but this showy flower with dark shiny leaves flourishes all around the state. Adopted as the official state flower in 1959, the Camellia replaced the native goldenrod which was deemed too common. Today, Camellias are prized in Alabama for their pastel blooms from November to March.

The 5 page PDF pattern includes:

  • A full-color photo of the finished embroidery pattern.
  • 2 black and white patterns sized for either a 5-inch or 7-inch hoop.
  • Reverse images of the pattern in both sizes to be used for iron-on transfer methods.
  • A stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration.
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods.
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Alaska State Flower Embroidery Pattern {Forget-Me-Not}
Alaska State Flower Pattern {Forget-Me-Not}

The Forget-Me-Not was adopted as the official flower of Alaska in 1917. Written in the margin of the bill was the following poem:

A little flower blossoms forth
On every hill and dale,
The emblem of the Pioneers
Upon the rugged trail;

The Pioneers have asked it
And we could deny them not;
So the emblem of Alaska
Is the blue Forget-me-not.

The 5 page PDF pattern includes:

  • A full-color photo of the finished embroidery pattern.
  • 2 black and white patterns sized for either a 5-inch or 7-inch hoop.
  • Reverse images of the pattern in both sizes to be used for iron-on transfer methods.
  • A stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration.
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods.
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Arizona Flower State Embroidery Pattern {Saguaro Cactus}
Arizona State Embroidery Pattern {Saguaro Cactus}

It only seems fitting that the official state flower of Arizona grows on a cactus – a very big cactus! The creamy white blooms of the Saguaro appear at the tips of the tall trunk and large branches (or arms) each year during the early summer. While the blooms are short-lived a single cactus can produce over 200 blooms!

The 5 page PDF pattern includes:

  • A full-color photo of the finished embroidery pattern.
  • 2 black and white patterns sized for either a 5-inch or 7-inch hoop.
  • Reverse images of the pattern in both sizes to be used for iron-on transfer methods.
  • A stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration.
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods.
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Arkansas State Flower Embroidery Pattern {Apple Blossom}
Arkansas State Flower Embroidery Pattern {Apple Blossom}

The apple blossom was chosen as the official flower of Arkansas at the beginning of the 20th century at a time when the state was the top apple producer in the country. Today, Arkansas is no longer a top apple producer, but there still are plenty of apple trees scattered around the state. Never is this more evident than in the early spring when the delicate pink and white flowers permeate the air with a sweet, honeysuckle scent.

The 5 page PDF pattern includes:

  • A full-color photo of the finished embroidery pattern.
  • 2 black and white patterns sized for either a 5-inch or 7-inch hoop.
  • Reverse images of the pattern in both sizes to be used for iron-on transfer methods.
  • A stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration.
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods.
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California State Flower Embroidery Pattern {California Poppy}
California State Flower Embroidery Pattern {California Poppy}

After smashing the competition in an election to choose the state’s signature flower, the California poppy became the official state flower in 1903. This colorful wildflower grows throughout the state, setting the rolling hills ablaze with its golden blooms.

The 5 page PDF pattern includes:

  • A full-color photo of the finished embroidery pattern.
  • 2 black and white patterns sized for either a 5-inch or 7-inch hoop.
  • Reverse images of the pattern in both sizes to be used for iron-on transfer methods.
  • A stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration.
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods.
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Colorado State Flower Embroidery Pattern {Columbine}
Colorado State Flower Embroidery Pattern {Columbine}

Discovered in 1820 on Pike’s Peak by mountain climber Edwin James, the Rocky Mountain columbine has been the official state flower of Colorado for over a century. In the summer months, meadows and hillsides all over the state are covered with this lovely violet and white sweet-smelling flower.

The 5 page PDF pattern includes:

  • A full-color photo of the finished embroidery pattern.
  • 2 black and white patterns sized for either a 5-inch or 7-inch hoop.
  • Reverse images of the pattern in both sizes to be used for iron-on transfer methods.
  • A stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration.
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods.
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Connecticut State Flower Embroidery Pattern {Connecticut}
Connecticut State Flower Embroidery Pattern {Mt. Laurel}

Every year in the months of May and June, the Mountain Laurel bursts with masses of bright tiny blooms. These colorful flowers turn roadsides, wildernesses and suburban yards throughout Connecticut delightful colors of pink, white and red.

The 5 page PDF pattern includes:

  • A full-color photo of the finished embroidery pattern.
  • 2 black and white patterns sized for either a 5-inch or 7-inch hoop.
  • Reverse images of the pattern in both sizes to be used for iron-on transfer methods.
  • A stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration.
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods.
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Delaware State Flower Embroidery Pattern {Peach Blossom}
Delaware State Flower Embroidery Pattern {Peach Blossom}

In the late 1800s, Delaware gained a reputation as “The Peach State” because of the bountiful orchards around the state that contained more than 800,000 peach trees. It was only natural that the peach blossom would become the official state flower. Today, very few commercial peaches are produced in Delaware, but the sweet smelling blooms can be spotted in the spring along road ways and in gardens.

The 5 page PDF pattern includes:

  • A full-color photo of the finished embroidery pattern.
  • 2 black and white patterns sized for either a 5-inch or 7-inch hoop.
  • Reverse images of the pattern in both sizes to be used for iron-on transfer methods.
  • A stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration.
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods.
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Florida State Flower Embroidery Pattern {Orange Blossom}
Florida State Flower Embroidery Pattern {Orange Blossom}

As the largest producer of oranges in the United States, it’s no surprise that the lovely orange blossom is the official state flower. Every spring, the sweet scent of the fragrant white blossoms perfumes the air throughout central and southern Florida.

The 5 page PDF pattern includes:

  • A full-color photo of the finished embroidery pattern.
  • 2 black and white patterns sized for either a 5-inch or 7-inch hoop.
  • Reverse images of the pattern in both sizes to be used for iron-on transfer methods.
  • A stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration.
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods.
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Georgia State Flower Embroidery Pattern {Cherokee Rose}
Georgia State Flower Embroidery Pattern {Cherokee Rose}

With its waxy white petals and large golden center, the Cherokee Rose can be spotted blooming all around Georgia during the early spring months. Designated as the official state flower in 1916, this lovely white flower is honored around the state during numerous annual events.

The 5 page PDF pattern includes:

  • A full-color photo of the finished embroidery pattern.
  • 2 black and white patterns sized for either a 5-inch or 7-inch hoop.
  • Reverse images of the pattern in both sizes to be used for iron-on transfer methods.
  • A stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration.
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods.
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Hawaii State Flower Embroidery Pattern {Yellow Hibiscus}
Hawaii State Flower Embroidery Pattern {Yellow Hibiscus}

In the early 1920s, all varieties and colors of the large blooming hibiscus, or pua aloalo, were adopted as the territorial flower of the Hawaii Islands. Some 60 years later, the designation was changed to the native yellow hibiscus which became the official state flower. The hibiscus is a symbol of power and respect and is commonly gifted to visitors, state officials, & tourists.

The 5 page PDF pattern includes:

  • A full-color photo of the finished embroidery pattern.
  • 2 black and white patterns sized for either a 5-inch or 7-inch hoop.
  • Reverse images of the pattern in both sizes to be used for iron-on transfer methods.
  • A stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration.
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods.
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Idaho State Flower Pattern {Mock Orange}
Idaho State Flower Embroidery Pattern {Mock Orange}

For several weeks in late May or June, the tall arching branches of the Mock Orange bush are covered with a multitude of pale white blossoms. First discovered by explorer Merriweather Lewis, Mock Orange gets its common name from the delicious orangey scent that makes it attractive to bees and humans alike.

The 5 page PDF pattern includes:

  • A full-color photo of the finished embroidery pattern.
  • 2 black and white patterns sized for either a 5-inch or 7-inch hoop.
  • Reverse images of the pattern in both sizes to be used for iron-on transfer methods.
  • A stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration.
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods.
$6.00 Add to cart