Valley Forge In Winter
Valley Forge represents the epic struggle of survival against terrible odds . . . hunger, disease and the unrelenting forces of nature.
"To see men without clothes to cover their nakedness, without blankets to lie upon . . ."
Gen. George Washington
This counted cross stitch design depicts a beautiful wintry scene of a cannon and cabin in Valley Forge, PA. Washington's Continental Army made camp there in the winter of 1777-78, suffering from cold, hunger and disease.
This chart includes a full color picture, the history of Valley Forge and complete instructions for the backstitching detail.
Finished Size: 6" x 8" on 14 count.