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ITEM NO. ITEM NAME PRODUCT INFORMATION FABRIC STITCHED AREA KIT PRICE CHART PRICE

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT

ITEM NO. ITEM NAME PRODUCT INFORMATION FABRIC STITCHED AREA KIT PRICE CHART PRICE
107 Frank Lloyd Wright’s Home In 1889 Wright built a home for his wife, Catherine Tobin. The shingle-style home was expanded in 1895 and office space was added in 1898. Today, the restored home and studio complex appears just as it did when Wright lived and worked there.

14 ct Aida

8.5 x 5.75

32.00

8.00
108 Robie House Built in 1908 for a Chicago businessman near the University of Chicago, the Robie House is one of Wright's most celebrated Prairie style designs. Its dominant horizontal axis complements the long, narrow city lot on which it was built. Wright designed the house in its entirety, complete with furnishings, light fixtures, rugs and art glass. The building is now open to the public.

14 ct Aida

15 x 3.5

32.00

8.00
111 Dining Room Grille This design is adapted from a fretwork oak ceiling grille added to the dining room of Wright's home in 1895. It is probably the first example of recessed, indirect lighting.

14 ct Aida

3.25 x 6.5

18.00

8.00
112 Playroom Grille - Rectilinear This geometric design is adapted from a fretwork oak ceiling grille below a skylight in the barrel vaulted playroom that Wright added to his home in 1895.

14 ct Aida

4.25 x 4

18.00

8.00
113 Playroom Grille - Leaf This design, using a geometric pattern of ash leaves and pods, is adapted from a fretwork oak ceiling grille below a skylight in the barrel vaulted playroom that Wright added to his home in 1895.

14 ct Aida

6 x 4.75

18.00

8.00
114 Tree of Life Window This is an adaptation of an art glass window for the Darwin Martin House, Buffalo, New York built in 1904. The Tree of Life motif employs abstracted leaves and branches.

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

7.5 x 12.25

28.00

8.00
115 Sumac Window The abstract Sumac pattern used in The Dana-Thomas House (1902-1904) in Springfield, Illinois exemplifies Wright's use of flowers, seed pods, leaves and other organic forms in his decorative designs.

14 ct Aida

4.25 x 7.25

20.00

7.00
116 Hollyhock House Window The Eileen Barnsdale Hollyhock House in Los Angeles, California was built in 1920 and represents one of Wright's most ambitious residential endeavors. The asymmetrical design of this window is unique because it can be used either vertically or horizontally

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

3.5 x 7.5

18.00

7.00
117 Office Window This is an adaptation of an art glass window that Wright designed for his private office in his Oak Park, Illinois architectural studio. The rich, tapestry texture is a variation of a skylight design in the studio's reception room.

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

6.25 x 11.25

28.00

8.00
118 Art Glass Window I This is an adaptation of an art glass window Wright designed of the Avery Coonley Playhouse, Riverside, Illinois in 1912. The abstracted balloons, confetti and even an American flag in some windows reflect this building's function as a place for fun and celebration.

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

3.5 x 10.75

20.00

8.00
119 Art Glass Window II See Art Glass I

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3.5 x 10.75

20.00

8.00
120 Art Glass Window III See Art Glass I

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3.5 x 10.75

20.00

8.00
127 Unity Temple Coasters Design adapted from the skylight of Unity Temple, Wright's first public building. The design can be worked as a set of four 3.5 in. coasters or as a 7x7-in. wall hanging. Model stitched on 18 mesh mono needlepoint canvas using DMC embroidery floss. We include suggestions for decorative stitches. Four 3.5" squares

n.a.

9.00
129 Little House Library Window The Francis W. Little House built in Wayzata, Minnesota in 1913 has since been demolished. Its library was reconstructed at the Allentown Art Museum, Allentown, Pennsylvania

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

3 x 8.5

18.00

8.00
130 Little House Window See Little House Library

14 ct Aida

7.25 x 8.75

20.00

8.00
131 Avery Coonley Playhouse Window Art glass windows like this example  from the Avery Coonley Playhouse in Riverside, Illinois (1912), were important components of Wright's buildings. The abstracted balloons, confetti, and even an American flag in some windows, reiterate this building's function as a place for gaiety and celebration

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

3.25 x 15.5

20.00

8.00
142 Avery Coonley Tile Needlepoint Pillow * Wright used this stylized geometric tulip pattern in the tiles on the exterior or the Avery Coonley House, Riverside, Illinois (1908). The four large squares form the tulip blossom while the vertical row of tiny white squares represents represent the stem. Horizontal white rectangles are the leaves and the black lines are the roots. The repeated design creates an overall grille-like pattern. Model stitched on 13 mesh mono needlepoint canvas using Paternayan Persian wool 14 x 14

n.a.

9.00
143 Allen House Ceiling Light In 1917, Elsie Allen, wife of Kansas governor, Henry J Allen, commissioned Wright to design a home in Wichita, Kansas. Mr. Wright's use of a chevron motif in the dining room ceiling light, as well as in the art glass doors of the living room bookcases inspired this adaptation.

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

6.5 x 6.75

24.00

8.00
144 Wisteria Window The abstract treatment of the hanging wisteria reflects Wright's consistent use of organic forms in his decorative designs. This is an adaptation of an art glass window designed for the library of the Ennis House built in 1924.

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

7 x 21

40.00

9.00
145 Skylight Needlepoint Eyeglass Case * An adaptation of the art glass skylight Wright designed for the reception room of his Oak Park architectural studio in 1898 Model stitched on 18 mesh mono canvas using Paternayan wool 3.5 x 7

n.a.

9.00
146 Skylight Needlepoint Cosmetic Case * See Skylight Eyeglass Case . 7.5 x 5

n.a.

9.00
152 Lake Geneva Tulip Window (Needlepoint) * Adaptation of a window used in the Lake Geneva Inn, a small resort hotel built in 1911 on Lake Geneva in southern Wisconsin. Mr. Wright called the flower-like shape in the center of the window his "tulip" design. Model stitched on 18 mesh mono needlepoint canvas using Marlitt embroidery thread and DMC embroidery floss 7 x 6.25

n.a.

9.00
166 Robie House Sconce Adaptation of a decorative bronze light sconce in the Robie House (1908-10). This abstract fern-leaf motif was also used in several other Prairie style buildings designed by Wright during this period.

14 ct Aida

6.5 x 6.5

20.00

8.00
168 Hollyhock House Rug Wright created this rug design for the Eileen Barnsdale Hollyhock House in Los Angeles, California. It was typical of Mr. Wright to be involved with every aspect of his projects from the ceiling fixtures to the floor coverings.

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

4 x 17

32.00

9.00
189 Avery Coonley Eyeglass Case Adapted from an art glass window in the Avery Coonley Playhouse in Riverside, Illinois (1912)

14 ct Aida

3.5 x 14

20.00

8.00
194 Saguaro Forms Frank Lloyd Wright created this abstract design of the Saguaro, a great desert cactus, as one of twelve covers commissioned by Liberty magazine in 1926-1927. Although it was never published by the magazine, this design later appeared as the cover design for Wright's Princeton lectures and as a glass mural in the main entrance of the Arizona Biltmore Resort.

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

5.5 x 16.5

40.00

 

9.00
195 Heath House Window The art glass windows of the William Heath House in Buffalo, New York are among the finest Wright ever created. Softly colored chevron and diamond motifs are united by bordered bands of milk glass across two, three and even five windows in a subtle design of fluid transparency.

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

5.5 x 8.5

22.00

8.00
808 Robie House Window This is an adaptation of an art glass window in the Frederick C. Robie House (1908-10)
The diagonals in the purely abstract design respond to the angle of the roof.

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

4 x 11.5

18.00

8.00
809 Old Fashioned Window I (Needlepoint)* Wright's interest in decorative designs extended well beyond buildings and their furnishings. He was commissioned to create a series of covers for Liberty Magazine in 1926. This adaptation represents a small section of one design. The covers were never published by Liberty. Model stitched on 13 mesh mono needlepoint canvas using Paternayan Persian wool 14 x 14

n.a.

9.00
810 Old Fashioned Window II (Needlepoint) * See 809 See 809 14 x 14

n.a.

9.00
811 Frozen Spheres Frank Lloyd Wright created this abstract design as one of twelve covers commissioned by Liberty magazine in 1927-1928 but never published. This abstract motif for the January cover incorporates elements suggesting icicles.

14 ct Aida

12 x 12

48.00

9.00
812 Waterlilies Art Glass Frank Lloyd Wright created art glass windows he called "light screens" for his client's homes. This design from a Wright drawing, with its graceful geometric pattern of flowers and lily pads floating on a tranquil pond, was never realized in glass.

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

6 x 15

40.00

 

9.00
814 May Basket Frank Lloyd Wright created this abstract design as one of twelve covers commissioned by Liberty magazine in 1927-1928 but never published. This abstract motif for the May cover depicts a basket of fruit and flowers.

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

9 x 9.5 38.00 9.00
833 Fountain Art Glass Variations of this abstract wisteria pattern are used in 6 doors and 4 windows in the Susan Lawrence Dana House (1902-1904) in Springfield, Illinois. The design is considered one of the most brilliant art glass designs Wright ever created. The renovated Dana-Thomas House is open to the public as a museum

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

6 x 17 42.00 9.00
834 March Balloons

Frank Lloyd Wright created a series of twelve covers for Liberty magazine in 1927-1928; however they were never published. This abstract motif for the March cover depicts a group of colorful balloons rising into the sky

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

9 x 11 38.00 9.00
835 Gifts

Frank Lloyd Wright created this abstract design as one of twelve covers commissioned by Liberty magazine in 1927 but never published. This abstract motif taken from the December cover depicts a group of colorful packages stacked below a Christmas tree decorated with ornaments.

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

6.5 x 12 38.00 9.00

ARTS & CRAFTS DESIGNS

177
Mackintosh 
Tulip and Lattice
Toward the end of his career Mackintosh began creating fabric designs based on simple, stylized flowers and abstract motifs. He created this series between 1915 and 1923.

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

9 x 12

n.a.

8.00
191 Mackintosh 
Rose Motif Leaded Glass
This adaptation of an art glass window insert found in several of his buildings reflects his use of graphic, stylized natural designs for ornamentation.

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

7 x 7

26.00

8.00
193 Mackintosh Rosebud Glass Panel This glass panel was used in the Glasgow School of Art, considered Mackintosh's masterpiece. This stained glass panel depicting a stylized rosebud is one of many that mark entrance ways throughout the school.

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

6.5 x 6.5

n.a.

8.00
813
Mackintosh 
Rose Stencil
Toward the end of his career Mackintosh began creating fabric designs based on simple, stylized flowers and abstract motifs. He created this series between 1915 and 1923.

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

6 x 8.5

26.00

8.00
824 Dard Hunter Purple Poppies William "Dard" Hunter created this art glass design for the Roycrofters Inn, an art colony in East Aurora, New York that championed the Arts & Crafts Movement in the US. 

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

5.5 x 7.5 20.00 8.00
827

 

Dard Hunter Red Tulip See Purple Poppies above

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

4.5 x 9.5

 

20.00 8.00
126 Sullivan Terra Cotta Ornament This is an adaptation of a terra cotta ornament from the Henry Babson House in Riverside, Illinois designed by Sullivan in 1907. Sullivan was Frank Lloyd Wright's mentor, inspiration and employer

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

6.5 x 6.75

26.00

8.00
832 Pleasant Home Window George W. Maher designed this art glass window for the reception room of the John W. Farson home built in Oak Park, Illinois in 1897. The home, now known as "Pleasant Home", is an early example of the prairie style. The National Historic Landmark building is open to the public.

14 ct Aida

3.5 x 9

20.00

8.00

BOTANICALS

Botanically accurate counted cross stitch adaptations incorporate roots, bulbs,
tubers and Latin scientific names in their designs

303 Crocus .

14 ct Aida

3 x 7.5 18.00 7.00
304 Daffodil .

14 ct Aida

3.5 x 7 18.00 7.00
305 Red Trillium .

14 ct Aida

3.5 x 7 18.00 7.00
306 White Trillium .

14 ct Aida

4 x 6.5 18.00 7.00
307 Columbine .

14 ct Aida

4.75 x 7.5 18.00 7.00
308 Snowdrop .

14 ct Aida

2.5 x 5.5 18.00 7.00
309 Tulip .

14 ct Aida

3.75 x 8 18.00 7.00
310 Violet .

14 ct Aida

3 .25 x 4 18.00 7.00
311 Cyclamen .

14 ct Aida

4 x 5.25 18.00 7.00
312 Bluebell .

14 ct Aida

3.5 x 6.5 18.00 7.00
313 Wood Strawberry .

14 ct Aida

4 x 5 18.00 7.00
314 Scilla .

14 ct Aida

3.5 x 6 18.00 7.00

TREES & FLOWERS OF TUDOR ENGLAND

Counted cross stitch adaptations of 16th Century botanical drawings.

501 Peach .

14 ct Aida

4.5 x 6.25 18.00 7.00
502 Mulberry .

14 ct Aida

4.75 x 6.5 18.00 7.00
503 Crab Apple .

14 ct Aida

4.5 x 6.25 18.00 7.00
504 Teasel .

14 ct Aida

4.5 x 6.5 18.00 7.00
505 Foxglove .

14 ct Aida

5 x 6.75 18.00 7.00
506 Red Clover .

14 ct Aida

4.5 x 6.5 18.00 7.00
507 Lavender .

14 ct Aida

4.5 x 6 18.00 7.00
508 Rose .

14 ct Aida

4.5 x 6.25 18.00 7.00
509 Mistletoe .

14 ct Aida

4.5 x 6 18.00 7.00

TROPICAL FISH

212 Long-nosed Butterflyfish Counted cross stitch adaptations of 19t5h Century Lithographs

14 ct Aida

8 x 5.25 20.00 8.00
213 Lionfish See 212

14 ct Aida

8 x 7.5 20.00 8.00
214 Zebra Angelfish See 212

14 ct Aida

8 x 6 20.00 8.00
215 Queen Triggerfish See 212

14 ct Aida

8.5 x 4.5 20.00 8.00
216 Moorish Idol See 212

14 ct Aida

8 x 7.5 20.00 8.00
217 Clown Triggerfish See 212

14 ct Aida

8.5 x 4.5 20.00 8.00
218 Yellow Seahorse See 212

14 ct Aida

5 x 8.5 20.00 8.00
255 Regal Angelfish See 212

14 ct Aida

8 x 4.5 20.00 8.00
256 Clown Anemone See 212

14 ct Aida

8 x 4.5 20.00 8.00

CHICAGO AND THE WORLD

101 Chicago Water Tower One of the few buildings to survive the Chicago Fire of 1871

18 ct Aida

5.25 x 11.25

32.00

8.00

102 Chicago Skyline The view from the Adler Planetarium

14 ct Aida

19.75 x 4.5

32.00

8.00

103 New York Skyline The Big Apple

14 ct Aida

10.75 x 3.25

32.00

8.00

104 Buckingham Fountain Metallic thread used in design adds sparkle to water

18 ct Aida

10 x 3

32.00

8.00

401 Colleen Moore’s Doll House Silent screen star Colleen Moore created the world's most famous doll house. Now at Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry.

14 ct Aida

5.75 x 4

22.00

7.00

408 Art Institute Lion One of the pair of great bronze lions that guard the entrance of Chicago's Art Institute.

14 ct Aida

5.25 x 4.5

18.00

7.00

421 Cherry Tree and Robins From a 19th Century bride's quilt in the collection of Chicago's Art Institute

14 ct Aida

9.5 x 9.5 19.00 7.00
419 Abraham Lincoln's Home The only home Abraham Lincoln ever owned. In Springfield, Illinois. Now a National Historic Site.

14 ct Aida

7.5 x 6

24.00

7.00

110 Faneuil Hall The Cradle of Liberty, Boston, Massachusetts 14 ct Aida 5.5 x 6.25 24.00
8.00
138 Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace The Regency-style Wayne-Gordon House was built in 1818 and in 1860 became the birthplace of Juliette Gordon Low, the founder of the Girl Scouts of America. The home now serves as a national program center for the Girl Scouts. 14-ct Aida 6.75 x 5.75 24.00
8.00

NATIONAL SYMBOLS

132 Scotland Scotland's Coat of Arms is marked by the "Lion Rampant". THis profile depiction of a lion showing one paw on the ground and 3 paws raised with an erect tail is the classic attitude of the royal symbol. Model stitched on 14-ct Aida 7 x7.5

n.a.

8.00

133 Ireland Ireland's National Coat of Arms retains the gold harp on an azure blue shield used in the "Ancient Coat" dating from the Middle Ages. Model stitched on 14-ct Aida 4 x 7.5

n.a.

8.00

134 Germany Germany's Coat of Arms can be traced to the Hohenstaufen Period (circa AD 1100) but the eagle symbol itself came to Germany from Rome as early as the 9th Century AD. Model stitched on 14-ct Aida 6 x 7.75

n.a.

8.00

135 Poland The earliest color representation of the Polish Coat of Arms with a crowned white eagle on a red shield is dated 1241. The eagle itself is found on a seal dating from 1228 Model stitched on 14-ct Aida 6.75 x 8.25

n.a.

8.00

BROOKFIELD ZOO DIRECTIONAL SIGNS

Colorful, imaginative animal designs adapted from directional signals used at Chicago's Brookfield Zoo. The original wood carvings were produced during the Great Depression by artists working for the WPA (Works Projects Administration)

204 Giraffe .

14 ct Aida

4.5 x 6.75 n.a. 7.00
205 Raccoon .

14 ct Aida

4 x 6 n.a. 7.00
206 Lion .

14 ct Aida

4 x 6 n.a. 7.00
207 Elephant .

14 ct Aida

4.5 x 5.75 n.a. 7.00
208 Alligator .

14 ct Aida

4.75 x 3.25 n.a. 7.00
209 Tiger .

14 ct Aida

3.5 x 5.5 n.a. 7.00

WORLD WAR I AIRPLANES

415 SPAD XIII France's best fighter of World War I was manufactured by the Societe Pour l'Aviouns et ses Derives. America's greatest ace, Eddie Rickenbacker scored most of his 26 victories in the SPAD.

14 ct Aida

6.5 x 2.5 n.a. 7.00
416 Curtiss JN "Jenny" The "Jenny" became famous as a primary trainer for America's World War I pilots. After the war, gypsy pilots known as "barnstormers" toured the country with surplus "Jenny's" giving rides and aerial demonstrations.

14 ct Aida

6.5 x 2.5 n.a. 7.00
417 Sopwith Camel The Camel's exceptional maneuverability led to the downfall of 2900 enemy aircraft and made it the top scorer of Great Britain's Royal Flying Corps. Its nickname comes from the rounded enclosure over the breeches of its twin, forward firing Vickers machine guns.

14 ct Aida

6.5 x 3 n.a. 7.00
418 Albatros D VA The Albatros was a favorite of German pilots during the early years of World War I. Its large spinner and streamlined fuselage were unusual during this period.

14 ct Aida

6.5 x 3 n.a. 7.00
HISTORIC FLORA
161 Rose Transom Window This is an adaptation of an art glass window used in transoms above the front doors of rowhouses designed by Pittsburgh architect Frederick Scheibler in 1909. This window, from the now demolished Aurelia Street Rowhouses, is in the Pittsburgh History & Landmarks collection.

14 ct Aida

4 x 9 20.00 7.00
316 Tryon Tulip Adapted from a botanical print (c.1720) that hangs in the Tryon Palace, New Bern, North Carolina

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

7 x 11.25 28.00 7.00
317 Passion Flower Adapted from a watercolor by Pierre-Joseph Redoute (1759-1840)

28 ct Monaco across
2 threads

6.5 x 8 26.00 7.00
421 Cherry Tree and Robins From a 19th Century bride's quilt in the collection of Chicago's Art Institute

14 ct Aida

9.5 x 9.5 20.00 7.00

University Buildings

121 Illini Union University of Illinois

14 ct Aida

6 x 4.75

n.a.

7.00
122 Foellinger Auditorium University of Illinois

14 ct Aida

6 x 4.75

n.a.

7.00
123 Altgeld Hall University of Illinois

14 ct Aida

6 x 4.75

n.a.

7.00
124 Bascom Hal University of Wisconsin - Madison, Wisconsin

14 ct Aida

10.5 x 3

n.a.

7.00
125 Old State Capitol University of Iowa - Iowa City, Iowa

14 ct Aida

7.75 x 5.5

n.a.

7.00
136 University Hall Purdue University - Lafayette, Indiana

14 ct Aida

6.25 x 4.25

n.a.

7.00

Zodiac Signs

621
Capricorn Computer painted needlepoint canvas. 

18-mesh mono canvas

7 in. diameter  NA Canvas Only
$42.00
622
Aquarius Computer painted needlepoint canvas.

18-mesh mono canvas

7 in. diameter  NA Canvas Only
$42.00

 

623
Pisces Computer painted needlepoint canvas.

18-mesh mono canvas

7 in. diameter  NA Canvas Only
$42.00

 

624
Aries Computer painted needlepoint canvas.

18-mesh mono canvas

7 in. diameter  NA Canvas Only
$42.00

 

625
Taurus Computer painted needlepoint canvas.

18-mesh mono canvas

7 in. diameter  NA Canvas Only
$42.00

 

626
Gemini Computer painted needlepoint canvas.

18-mesh mono canvas

7 in. diameter  NA Canvas Only
$42.00
627
Cancer Computer painted needlepoint canvas.

18-mesh mono canvas

7 in. diameter  NA Canvas Only
$42.00
628
Leo Computer painted needlepoint canvas.

18-mesh canvas

7 in. diameter  NA Canvas Only
$42.00
629
Virgo Computer painted needlepoint canvas.

18-mesh mono canvas

7 in. diameter  NA Canvas Only
$42.00
630
Libra Computer painted needlepoint canvas.

18-mesh mono canvas

7 in. diameter  NA Canvas Only
$42.00
631
Scorpio Computer painted needlepoint canvas.

18-mesh mono canvas

7 in. diameter  NA Canvas Only
$42.00
632
Sagittarius Computer painted needlepoint canvas.

18-mesh mono canvas

7 in. diameter  NA Canvas Only
$42.00

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