Think of a tile floor, and needlepoint it.

1970s, Bellini, Inspirational Images, Kaffe Fassett, Palmer Smith, Vogue

Think of a tile floor, and needlepoint it: tapestry rug in twelve squares, joined as you like, repeated as you like. Designed by Kaffe Fassett for Beatrice Bellini of Women’s Home Industries’ Tapestry Shop, 85 Pimlico Rd; each square with enough Coats Tapestry wool, £12, complete border with sufficient wool, £75. Dark brown cotton caftan, £6.60 at Medina Arts. Photograph taken at the house of Mr and Mrs William Ellsworth-Jones. Just published, the new “Vogue Guide to Needlepoint Tapestry” (Collins in association with Conde Nast, £1.75)

Photographed by Palmer Smith.

Scanned from Vogue, November 1974.

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