Updated: Jun 12
We are heading into the season of Fall, and what's better than visiting one of the most gorgeous places to see colorful leaves and flowers in the great state of Vermont?
The beautiful state flower of Vermont, is the Red Clover! This flower is commonly grown for feeding livestock on a farm as it is not native to the US!
First off, let's get our instructions to create a fun gift card wallet:
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Now it's time to learn a few things about the beautiful state of Vermont! Who's ready?!
Fun Facts about Vermont:
Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream company gives their ice cream waste to the local Vermont farmers who use it to feed their hogs. The hogs seem to like all of the flavors except Mint Oreo.
Ben & Jerry’s employees get three free pints of their beloved ice cream per day, every single day.
Montpelier, Is the largest producer of maple syrup in the U.S.
Rudyard Kipling invented the game of snow golf in Vermont by painting his golf balls red so that they were easier to find in the snow
In case you’re wondering, it is illegal to whistle underwater in Vermont.
Vermont legends claim to have their own Loch Ness monster.
Montpelier is the only capital in the United States that doesn’t have a McDonald’s restaurant.
In order to protect the dairy industry and discourage the use of margarine, it is considered illegal to use colored margarine in restaurants in Vermont unless the menu specially states that it is colored, in a font that is at least two inches high
If you’re happy and you know it, you must live in Vermont. The state consistently ranks in the top states for health, happiness and intelligence.
VT is the second smallest state in population.
We hope you love this new project and beautiful state flower! We can't wait to see what you will continue to create with our Floriani Embroidery State Flower Designs, as we continue Sketching Across America! Until next time, Happy Sewing and Happy Creating Everyone!