Alabama State Flower Hand Embroidery 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.

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

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