Spring in the Country Cross Stitch Pattern


If you love rural America and the magic of spring planting, how about stitching this gorgeous Grant Wood replica?



Spring in the Country cross stitch pattern was inspired by the 1941 painting by Grant Wood. It is filled with sweeping rural scenery, and a farming couple hard at work in the freshly ploughed paddock. What an awesome symbol of preparation, promise, and possibility.

The Project

This is a large full coverage cross stitch that measures 54.4cm x 65.1cm when stitched on 14 count Aida cloth (300 x 359 stitches). We’ve rated this project ‘Advanced’ because there are many large blocks of single colour and very little confetti. We think you’ll be pleased by how closely the finished piece resembles the original painting.

More Grant Wood?

Grant Wood was an American artist who lived from 1891 to 1942 and most famous for his signature piece: American Gothic. We are having fun charting the artworks of this incredible artist into beautiful cross stitch projects, keep calling back as we add more replicas of his art into the store.

Additional information


Chart size


Grid Area: 300 x 359 stitches
Finished Piece: 54.4cm x 65.1cm (14 count Aida cloth)
Stitches: 107,700
Palette: 113

Accent Colours




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