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American Album Block - Alabama
American Album Block - Alabama
Alabama Heart Of Dixie Block 35 - Alabama was named after the river. The Alabama River was named by European explorers after the Indian tribe that lived in the territory. The name Alabama is thought to come from a combination of two Choctaw words; Alba and Amo. In Choctaw, “Alba” means vegetation, herbs, plants and “Amo” means gatherer or picker. State symbols: bird - Yellow-hammer, flower - Camellia, fruit - Blackberry, and wildflower - Oak-leaf Hydrangea .

Finished block size 15in. - Our love for Baltimore Album Quilts made during the 1800's was the inspiration for our American Album Blocks. Each realistic album style block is filled with flowers, birds and a little American History. Each pattern includes full size numbered pattern with detailed embroidery instructions and Pearl's Easy Applique Techniques. Join us as we travel across America block by block and state by state.






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