It's another amazing week to create and sew together! This week, as we continue our Sketching Across America series, we are celebrating the great state of Ohio! Are you ready?!
The lovely Carnation is the state flower of Ohio, and it makes our 16th design in this series! This week, Shinae has create a great zipper bag project for you! See the fun facts below for the inspiration of this project!
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Now it's time for one of our favorite parts of Sketching Across America, FUN FACTS!
Fun Facts About Ohio:
The zipper was invented in Ohio (Shinae's inspiration for this project!)
It is illegal to fish for whales on Sunday
Fifty percent of the United States population lives within a 500-mile radius of Columbus, Ohio
John Lambert of Ohio City made America's first automobile in 1891.
The largest drum sticks in the world are in David Grohl Alley, each measuring 23 feet long and weighing a half-ton.
Life Savers candy was invented by Clarence Crane of Garrettsville, Ohio in 1912
By state law, no one may be arrested on a Sunday or on the Fourth of July
The first airplane was invented by Dayton natives the Wright Brothers.
In 1879, Cleveland became the first city to be lighted by electricity.
“Hang On Sloopy” is the official state rock song
We hope you love creating this Ohio inspired and designed project! Come back next Friday for our next release as we Sketch Across America! Happy Creating Everyone!