A unique collection of 4 Needlework Designs from Heartland House Designs, featuring designs from museum collections, architecture, and world famous places.
1. Chicago Water Tower – One of the few buildings to survive the Chicago Fire of 1871. [design size (18 ct.) 5.25” x 11.25”]
2. Wisteria Window – Design adapted from a window Frank Lloyd Wright designed for the library of the Ennis House, Los Angeles, CA in 1924. [design size (14 ct.) 7” x 21”]
3. Terra Cotta Ornament – Adaptation of a terra cotta ornament from the Henry Babson House in Riverside, Illinois designed by Louis Sullivan in 1907. [design size (14ct.) 6.5” x 6.75”]
4. Art Institute Lion – The Art Institute of Chicago [design size (14ct.) 5.25” x 4.25”]
Each packages contains a full color photograph of the finished piece, DMC color code key, graph and instructions, and are still in their sealed packages. These are graphs only, and do not include floss or fabric. These charts were originally purchased by my grandmother, and stored in a smoke free home.
I’m happy to ship to locations outside the US. Please contact me for a shipping quote before you purchase.