We are pleased to now offer Texas State Flags using a fully sewn design. Each Star is individually Appliqued, and skillfully crafted offering exceptional beauty and durability. Two fabric styles are available, DuPont Nylon for normal wind areas and the heavy 2-Ply Polyester for high sustained wind regions. Both are of extreme high quality which you will be proud to own and fly. Our promise is simple, if you are not impressed by the exceptional quality and hand-sewn craftsmanship of our Texas Flags, your entire purchase including shipping charges will be promptly refunded. Made in USA.
In the U.S.A. Texas was the largest state until Alaska’s admission in 1959. The first flag appeared when it was a republic. It consisted of a blue field with a large white star containing the name. The color of the star was changed to gold in December 1836 and lasted until January 1839, which was when the current flag was adopted. In 1845 when Texas joined the Union, a maritime version had the colors laid horizontally with the star in the center and a naval ensign closely followed the Stars and Stripes until both were abolished. The origin of the single star cannot be confirmed, however it is thought it derives from the Bonnie Blue Flag used in 1810. It was used by the settlers in West Florida and described in the section on Mississippi.