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New Storer House Concrete Block Cross Stitch Design

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by Eric last modified Feb 06, 2014

Pat Henek of Heartland House Designs wrote us recently to announce that they have just added the new "Storer House Concrete Block" cross stitch design to their line of officially licensed Frank Lloyd Wright Collection products. In 1923, Frank Lloyd Wright began designing the John Storer House and three other homes in the Hollywood/Los Angeles area. Wright used a unique method of building construction, weaving decorative blocks of concrete together with reinforced steel rods. It...




 

 

Storer House Textile Block CoverPat Henek of Heartland House Designs wrote us recently to announce that they have just added the new "Storer House Concrete Block" cross stitch design to their line of officially licensed Frank Lloyd Wright Collection products.

In 1923, Frank Lloyd Wright began designing the John Storer House and three other homes in the Hollywood/Los Angeles area. Wright used a unique method of building construction, weaving decorative blocks of concrete together with reinforced steel rods. It came to be known as the Textile Block System. The Storer House was modernized by Wright's grandson, Eric Lloyd Wright.

Model stitched on 14-count Aida cloth fabric. Stitched area: 5 x 5 inches. Framed size: 10 x 10 inches. This design is a companion to the Ennis House Concrete Block Tile design.

Heartland House Designs' cross stitch kits are available at a variety of Frank Lloyd Wright museum sites, or visit their website to learn more.

Image via Heartland House Designs


 

 

 
 
 

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