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Canadian Flowers Part 3

Updated: Jun 8, 2023

It is the final state flower for 2021, and we are finishing with our final Canadian territory flowers! Last week we had a few mistakes in our designs, so check the link below to receive the updated designs for those as well!

Download your 5 territory flowers for today in the link below:

To download last weeks' designs, please follow the link below:

We hope you have loved this past year of flower embroidery designs! We have enjoyed seeing all of your creations throughout the year.

Below are a few pictures of the projects you have created and shared with us from using our designs! Check them out!

If you need to download any past designs you can visit our main blog page at or visit

To join our group and share project images with us, follow the link below:

And as our final fun facts bein on New Years Eve, let's celebrate by learning a few new things!

Fun Facts on New Years Eve:

  1. The NYC Ball weighs 11,875 pounds, and is covered in 2,688 Waterford crystal triangles.

  2. The New Years Eve "kiss" possibly came from a Roman Festival or German heritage!

  3. In Mount Olive, NC, they drop a giant pickle on a flag pole as a tradition for NYE. The town of Brasstown, North Carolina traditionally lowers a possum instead of a giant ball of lights on New Year’s Eve.

  4. In certain parts of Spain, they have a NYE tradition of eating as many grapes as possible for good fortune.

  5. In Greece, a gold or silver coin is baked into a cake, called a vasilopita. The person who receives the piece of cake with the coin inside is said to have luck the rest of the year.

  6. If you’d like to be among the first to welcome the New Year, then you’ll want to visit the tiny Pacific island nation of Kiribati. It’s located in the world’s earliest time zone, so it’s always the first place on Earth to welcome a new year.

  7. There's a penguin party musical festival in Antarctica called, "Icestock".

  8. In Puerto Rico, it is a tradition to jump into the ocean when the lock strikes 12.

  9. The first NYE ball dropped in 1907.

  10. Until 2006, the Space Shuttle never flew on New Year’s day or eve because its computers couldn’t handle a year rollover.

Thank you to all of our followers for an incredible year of creating and embroidering together! We can't wait to show you what 2022 has in store! Until next time, Happy Sewing and Happy Creating Everyone!

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