It's another Fabulous Floriani Freebie Friday! We are excited to give you a new opportunity to get your free downloadable designs and project!
This week we are sending you to one of our amazing sites, the Progressive Classroom by Kathi Quinn to receive your designs and project information! This link includes video tutorials, downloadable instructions, and even a product list!
Kathi Quinn and Shinae, our Floriani Embroidery Educators, collaborated to create a great option for you to learn how to create these projects in your FTCU software to the best of your abilities!
Progressive Classroom is normally a paid subscription, with a large archive of educational videos and tutorials, plus monthly new releases! However since we are celebrating the Texas State Flower, for the whole month of April, Kathi Quinn's tutorials for this project are free!
Follow the link below to see Kathi Quinn's personal tutorial's through the Progressive Classroom, and click the banner that has the picture below:
Get all of our Sketching Across America State Flower Designs with the link below:
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Now, let's continue an amazing tradition of Sketching Across America, fun facts! Since this week is a little different, we still want you to have fun and learn new things on this journey with us! We are celebrating the great state of Texas, and their State Flower, the Bluebonnet!
10 Fun Facts About Texas:
Dr. Pepper was invented in Waco, TX in 1885.
Bug's Bunny's saying, "What's Up, Doc?" originated in Dallas, TX.
Texas uses a separate power grid from the rest of the US.
The fastest road is located in Austin, TX, where the speed limit is 85 mph.
Texas is larger than any country in Europe.
Everyone in the town of Dish, TX was given TV's and DVR's in exchange for DISH Network being allowed to change the town name to Dish from Clark.
There is a Texas ranch larger than the state Rhode Island.
It's illegal to milk someone else's cow in Texas.
There is a dialect of German that is only spoken in Texas.
The phrase "Don't Mess With Texas", came from an anti-littering campaign.
We hope you enjoy your free video tutorials, state flower designs, and project instructions! Come back next week for a brand-new design! We can't wait to create with you!