New Jersey Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Meadow Violet}
New Jersey Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Meadow Violet}
New Jersey Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Meadow Violet}

Starting in early spring, deep purple violets add a pop of color to lawns, fields, and meadows across New Jersey. This prolific bloomer colors the state for several months with its delicate flowers. First proposed as the state flower in 1913, it wasn’t until many years later in 1971 when the common meadow violet was finally enacted as the official New Jersey state flower.

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  • Two patterns sized to fit a 5-6″ or 7-8″ hoop
  • Additional reverse images of the pattern for iron-on transfer option
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods
  • Printable stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration
  • Material list
  • Website link for embroidery stitch tutorials

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New Mexico Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {New Mexico}
New Mexico Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Yucca Flower}
New Mexico Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Yucca Flower}

Early settlers of New Mexico called the Yucca flower “our Lord’s candles” due to the prominent stalk of creamy white flowers that seem to point heavenward and illuminate the nighttime desert. Yucca plants thrive all over the American southwest and since no particular species was named as the official New Mexico state flower, residents can claim a connection to all 40-50 species found in the state.

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  • Full-color photo of the finished embroidery piece
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  • Additional reverse images of the pattern for iron-on transfer option
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods
  • Printable stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration
  • Material list
  • Website link for embroidery stitch tutorials

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New York State Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Rose}
New York State Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Rose}
New York Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Rose}

The rose was designated as the official New York state flower in 1955. Instead of specifying one particular variety or color, they chose not to pick favorites, and instead included roses, “in any color or combination of colors common to it.” It was a wise decision since roses of various types and colors are gown all over the state.

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  • Full-color photo of the finished embroidery piece
  • Two patterns sized to fit a 5-6″ or 7-8″ hoop
  • Additional reverse images of the pattern for iron-on transfer option
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods
  • Printable stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration
  • Material list
  • Website link for embroidery stitch tutorials

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North Carolina State Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Flowering Dogwood}
North Carolina State Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Flowering Dogwood}
North Carolina Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Flowering Dogwood}

The Dogwood tree flourishes all over North Carolina from the western mountains all the way to the coastal region. With brightly colored leaves in the fall and red berries in the winter, the Dogwood is attractive year-round, but the springtime is when it really shines. Starting around April, a profusion of pale white blossoms cover the tree and turn hillsides, mountains, and suburban yards across the state into a snowy wonderland.

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  • Full-color photo of the finished embroidery piece
  • Two patterns sized to fit a 5-6″ or 7-8″ hoop
  • Additional reverse images of the pattern for iron-on transfer option
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods
  • Printable stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration
  • Material list
  • Website link for embroidery stitch tutorials

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North Dakota Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Wild Prairie Rose}
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North Dakota Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Wild Prairie Rose}

Wild Prairie Rose grows all across North Dakota. Its pale pink blooms cover meadows and foothills, add a splash of color to roadways, and sprouts up around suburban yards and cities. Often brought inside and displayed in bunches because of its sweet scent and delicate showy petals, the wild prairie rose is considered by some to be a weed, but by many others as a lovely native plant that North Dakotans are proud to claim as their official state flower.

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  • Full-color photo of the finished embroidery piece
  • Two patterns sized to fit a 5-6″ or 7-8″ hoop
  • Additional reverse images of the pattern for iron-on transfer option
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods
  • Printable stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration
  • Material list
  • Website link for embroidery stitch tutorials

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Ohio Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Scarlet Carnation}
Ohio Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Scarlet Carnation}
Ohio Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Scarlet Carnation}

In 1904, the Scarlet Carnation was named the Ohio state flower partly in honor of President William McKinley. Not only did the late Ohioan president wear the flower for good luck, but he often said that it represented love, respect, and reverence. The scarlet carnation remains widely popular across the Buckeye State. It can be spotted along highways, planted in large swaths at the airport, decorating front yard gardens, and of course, all around the campus of Ohio State University, whose official colors are red and gray.

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  • Full-color photo of the finished embroidery piece
  • Two patterns sized to fit a 5-6″ or 7-8″ hoop
  • Additional reverse images of the pattern for iron-on transfer option
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods
  • Printable stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration
  • Material list
  • Website link for embroidery stitch tutorials

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Oklahoma Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Oklahoma Rose}
Oklahoma Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Oklahoma Rose}
Oklahoma Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Oklahoma Rose}

In 2004, the Oklahoma Rose officially became the third flower to represent the state. Over 180 garden clubs lobbied to add this showy cultivated flower, that can be found growing around the state from Tulsa to Lawton. The Oklahoma Rose is prized for its classic rose scent, impressive double blooms, and rich velvety red color.

Included in the 5-Page PDF Pattern:

  • Full-color photo of the finished embroidery piece
  • Two patterns sized to fit a 5-6″ or 7-8″ hoop
  • Additional reverse images of the pattern for iron-on transfer option
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods
  • Printable stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration
  • Material list
  • Website link for embroidery stitch tutorials

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More Oklahoma Patterns:
Oklahoma Ranch Pattern
Oklahoma Shield Pattern

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Oregon Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern{Oregon Grape}
Oregon Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern{Oregon Grape}
Oregon Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Oregon Grape}

Oregon Grapes are found in mountainous areas and along waterways all over the Pacific Northwest. The Orgon grape is not related to the grapes we typically eat, but it does produce clusters of small bitter berries favored by birds and jam makers. It also produces masses of bright yellow blooms that cover the plant in the early summer months. This unique and attractive shrub was officially designated the Oregon state flower in 1899.

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  • Full-color photo of the finished embroidery piece
  • Two patterns sized to fit a 5-6″ or 7-8″ hoop
  • Additional reverse images of the pattern for iron-on transfer option
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods
  • Printable stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration
  • Material list
  • Website link for embroidery stitch tutorials

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Pennsylvania State Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Mountain Laurel}
Pennsylvania State Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Mountain Laurel}
Pennsylvania Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Mountain Laurel}

In mid-June when the hillsides from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh are covered with delicate blooms of pink, white and red there is no question why the Mountain Laurel is the official state flower – they are everywhere! In a head to head competition, the floriferous evergreen shrub beat out the pink azalea and was named the Pennsylvania state flower in 1933.

Designed with simplicity in mind, this downloadable PDF pattern uses only four stitches and is the perfect project for novice and experts alike.

Included in the 5-Page PDF Pattern:

  • Full-color photo of the finished embroidery piece
  • Two patterns sized to fit a 5-6″ or 7-8″ hoop
  • Additional reverse images of the pattern for iron-on transfer option
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods
  • Printable stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration
  • Material list
  • Website link for embroidery stitch tutorials

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More Pennsylvania Patterns:
Pennsylvania Barn Pattern
Pennsylvania Dutch Pattern

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Rhode Island Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Blue Violet}
Rhode Island Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Blue Violet}
Rhode Island Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Blue Violet}

In the early summer months, the common blue violet spreads its showy dark blue and white blooms across meadows, hillsides, and backyards all around Rhode Island. The flower is not only spotted in the garden but in the kitchen as well. The sweet little violet petals are one of the most common edible flowers used to decorate cakes and flavor jellies and candies.

Designed with simplicity in mind, this downloadable PDF pattern uses only four different stitches and is the perfect project for novice and experts alike.

Included in the 5-Page PDF Pattern:

  • Full-color photo of the finished embroidery piece
  • Two patterns sized to fit a 5-6″ or 7-8″ hoop
  • Additional reverse images of the pattern for iron-on transfer option
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods
  • Printable stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration
  • Material list
  • Website link for embroidery stitch tutorials

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South Carolina Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Yellow Jasmine}
South Carolina Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Yellow Jasmine}
South Carolina Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Yellow Jasmine}

The Yellow Jasmine, or Yellow Jessamine, grows all over South Carolina. The attractive trumpet-shaped butter yellow blooms emerge on climbing vines in the spring. Along with an attractive burst of yellow, the flower emits a sweet, spicy scent. This unmistakable scent undoubtedly played a role in the 1924 decision to declare it the official state flower.

Designed with simplicity in mind, this downloadable PDF pattern uses only five stitches and is the perfect project for novice and experts alike.

Included in the 5-Page PDF Pattern:

  • Full-color photo of the finished embroidery piece
  • Two patterns sized to fit a 5-6″ or 7-8″ hoop
  • Additional reverse images of the pattern for iron-on transfer option
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods
  • Printable stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration
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South Dakota Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Pasque Flower}
South Dakota Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Pasque Flower}
South Dakota Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Pasque Flower}

The lovey Pasque flower appears all over South Dakota soon after the snow melts in the spring. From Mount Vernon to Sioux City, clusters of Pasque blooms color the landscape with clusters of reddish-purple and blue blooms. This hardy wildflower was named the official South Dakota state flower in 1903.

Designed with simplicity in mind, this downloadable PDF pattern uses only four different stitches and is the perfect project for novice and experts alike.

Included in the 5-Page PDF Pattern:

  • Full-color photo of the finished embroidery piece
  • Two patterns sized to fit a 5-6″ or 7-8″ hoop
  • Additional reverse images of the pattern for iron-on transfer option
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods
  • Printable stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration
  • Material list
  • Website link for embroidery stitch tutorials

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Tennessee Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Iris}
Tennessee Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Iris}
Tennessee Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Iris}

Adopted as the Tennessee state flower in 1933, the iris is widely celebrated across the state. No variety or color was specified, but the purple or blue iris is commonly accepted as the state flower. Iris flowers have many associations within the state of Tennesse. They appear on the state license plate, in one of the state’s official songs, and are the subject of the state’s annual Iris Festival which honors the flower with a rodeo, a floral show and a coronation of the Iris queen.

Designed with simplicity in mind, this downloadable PDF pattern uses only four different stitches and is the perfect project for novice and experts alike.

Included in the 5-Page PDF Pattern:

  • Full-color photo of the finished embroidery piece
  • Two patterns sized to fit a 5-6″ or 7-8″ hoop
  • Additional reverse images of the pattern for iron-on transfer option
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods
  • Printable stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration
  • Material list
  • Website link for embroidery stitch tutorials

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Texas Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Bluebonnet}
Texas Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Bluebonnet}
Texas Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Bluebonnet}

In the 1930s, the Texas Highway department planted bluebonnets along the roadsides all over the state. Today, swaths of dark blue blooms blanket most of central Texas during the spring months. The bluebonnet was named the official state flower in 1901 and every year on April 24th this native flower is celebrated on Texas State Wildflower Day.

Included in the 5-Page PDF Pattern:

  • Full-color photo of the finished embroidery piece
  • Two patterns sized to fit a 5-6″ or 7-8″ hoop
  • Additional reverse images of the pattern for iron-on transfer option
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods
  • Printable stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration
  • Material list
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Utah Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Sego Lily}
Utah Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Sego Lily}
Utah Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Sego Lily}

Around the state of Utah, Sego Lilies are treasured for both their beauty and life-saving nourishment. Buried underground, beneath the tulip-shaped petals and fine grass-like foliage lies a bulbous root. History tells the tale of how it was this very bulb that provided Morman pioneers with the necessary substance when a plaque destroyed all the crops in 1840. The history of this native flower along with its prominence around the state prompted the legislature to name it the official state flower in 1911.

Designed with simplicity in mind, this downloadable PDF pattern uses only four different stitches and is the perfect project for novice and experts alike.

Included in the 5-Page PDF Pattern:

  • Full-color photo of the finished embroidery piece
  • Two patterns sized to fit a 5-6″ or 7-8″ hoop
  • Additional reverse images of the pattern for iron-on transfer option
  • Instructions for transferring the pattern using three simple methods
  • Printable stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration
  • Material list
  • Website link for embroidery stitch tutorials

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