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 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 four simple methods
  • Printable stitch and color guide to provide guidance or inspiration
  • Material list
  • Website link for embroidery stitch tutorials

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