1970’s Needlepoint Covered Brick

By: Ruth

Apr 15 2011

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Category: Photograph

6 Comments

Aperture:f/2.8
Focal Length:3.85mm
ISO:400
Shutter:1/14 sec
Camera:iPhone 4

I still use this to hold the front porch door open in summer. A bit motheaten. I needlepointed this in the early 1970s.   

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6 comments on “1970’s Needlepoint Covered Brick”

  1. Time for a new project to replace it.

  2. I think if you are using it, keep it. Doesn’t matter if it’s moth-eaten. YOU made it. It’s personal.

  3. This is seriously a brick that you then put a needlepoint cover on? Oh, hon…Time to pitch, and get a proper doorstop. (And if you have any needle point tissue box covers in your home, time to pitch those, too.) 😉

  4. It’s better looking than a brick! KEEP IT! And sell it with the house if ever the need be. New owners will either appreciate it or let them ditch it for you.

  5. Pitch, though I really like the idea of treating bricks so nice and personal 🙂

  6. I like it! Festive and functional! I say keep!


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