Vermont State Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern
Vermont State Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Red Clover}

The red clover was introduced to the northeast by English colonists. It flourished in the chilly climate of Vermont and for many years farmers have grown clover as a food crop for cows and other animals. Fields of red clover are a common sight among Vermont’s picturesque farm dominated landscape. Small dark red and purple clover are also edible for humans. The tiny leaves are often tossed in salads or made into tea, but it’s the flower with its sweet honey flavor that really steals the show.

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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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.

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

The PDF pattern file will be available for instant download when your purchase is complete

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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.

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

The PDF pattern file will be available for instant download when your purchase is complete

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Hawaii State Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Yellow Hibiscus}
Hawaii Flower Hand 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.

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

The PDF pattern file will be available for instant download when your purchase is complete

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Illinois State Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Violet}
Illinois Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Violet}

Adopted as the official state flower in 1908, the Purple Violet blooms in abundance across Illinois. From prairie to lawn to woodland, this long-blooming flower colors the state with shades of purple and blue.

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

The PDF pattern file will be available for instant download when your purchase is complete

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Idaho State Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Mock Orange}
Idaho Flower Hand 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 orange scent that makes it attractive to bees and humans 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

The PDF pattern file will be available for instant download when your purchase is complete

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Wyoming Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Indian Paintbrush}
Wyoming Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Indian Paintbrush}

If you’ve ever thought that the brightly colored Indian Paintbrush flower looks a lot like a brush dipped in fresh paint, you are not alone! Legend has it this similarity is the origin of the name. These wildflowers grow freely all over the northern U.S. and were designated the official Wyoming state flower in 1917.

Designed with simplicity in mind, this downloadable PDF pattern uses only three 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

The PDF pattern file will be available for instant download when your purchase is complete

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Washington Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Coast Rhododendron}
Washington Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Coast Rhododendron}

Come springtime, the Coast Rhododendron puts on a spectacular display featuring large clusters of blossoms set against shiny dark green foliage. The flowers range in color from pale pink and lavender to a creamy white. The Washington state legislature officially adopted the rhododendron as the state flower in 1959, but it was way back in 1862 when more than 15,000 women cast their ballots to chose this showy flower to represent the state in the World’s Fair.

Designed with simplicity in mind, this downloadable PDF pattern uses only three 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

The PDF pattern file will be available for instant download when your purchase is complete

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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

The PDF pattern file will be available for instant download when your purchase is complete

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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
  • Material list
  • Website link for embroidery stitch tutorials

The PDF pattern file will be available for instant download when your purchase is complete

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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.

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

The PDF pattern file will be available for instant download when your purchase is complete

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Nebraska Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Goldenrod}
Nebraska Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Goldenrod}

The tall wispy goldenrod plant grows abundantly throughout Nebraska. This hardy plant flourishes in meadows and pastures as well as on the edges of woodlands, in ditches, along roadsides, and in waste areas. Its ability to thrive in suboptimal conditions represents the pioneering spirit embraced by the first residents of the Cornhusker state.

The 5 page PDF pattern includes:

  • 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

The PDF pattern file will be available for instant download when your purchase is complete

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Maine State Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {White Pine Cone}
Maine Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {White Pine Cone}

Did you know that Maine is the only state where the state flower that is not actually a flower? Commonly known as the Pine Tree state, Maine adopted the white pine cone as their official floral emblem in 1895. The tall white pine dominates the state’s landscape from its rocky seacoast to thick inland forests.

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

The PDF pattern file will be available for instant download when your purchase is complete

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Delaware State Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Peach Blossom}
Delaware Flower Hand 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 roadways and in gardens.

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

The PDF pattern file will be available for instant download when your purchase is complete

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Kansas State Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Sunflower}
Kansas Flower Hand Embroidery Pattern {Sunflower}

In 1903, the wild Sunflower became the official state flower of Kansas. Sunflowers flourish across the state where they show off their cheery yellow blooms in the wild as well as in suburban yards and commercial farms. Every summer, much to the delight of tourists and residents alike, fields of wild Sunflowers spring up along roadsides all over the state.

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

The PDF pattern file will be available for instant download when your purchase is complete

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