Three men and a boy harvesting wheat by hand on a sunny summer day on a hillside. The wheatfield is bordered by a few stray wildflowers and bands of trees. They are using cradles and scythes to gather and cut the wheat, which is then tied into shocks and stacked. This method of harvesting wheat had been almost completely replaced by machinery by the time the picture was painted (1938).
Counted cross stitch chart booklet (floss and fabric not included -- see what is included)
323 x 260 stitches ■ 98 colors (DMC floss) ■ About 18" x 14" or 46 x 37 cm (on 18-count)
Watermarks are not part of the pattern or stitched results