Designs by Frank Lloyd Wright in counted cross stitch


Frank Lloyd Wright Ennis House Concrete Block Tile
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Ennis House Concrete Block Tile  Item No. 841

In 1923, Frank Lloyd Wright began designing four 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 Charles Ennis House, also known as "Sijistan", was by far the largest and most imposing of these homes.

Model stitched on 14-count Aida cloth fabric. Stitched area: 5 x 5 inches. Framed size: 10 x 10 inches.

  Kit includes: Aida cloth fabric, DMC floss, graph, needle, instructions and photograph

Kit Price: $28.00 
  Chart includes: graph, instructions and photograph

Chart Price: $9.00
There's more
than one way
to use this design!


 Ennis House Concrete Block design used as a pillow insert
Create a pillow insert using 1,4,6 or even 9 squares,
as shown. Single squares can also be used
as table coasters.
  PDF Chart Price: $9.00