1 ear dried Indian corn with colorful kernels
1 round, wooden base approx.: 5" X 5" in diameter
1/2-inch wide-headed nail
1 skein natural off-white wool
glue, hammer, corn meal, and a smal bowl
by placing the base on two bricks, books or rocks bottom side up.
Hammer the nail through the center of the base until nailhead is flush
with bottom of base. Turn base over. Spread glue 1/2" wide around nail.
Unhusk dried corn if necessary. Holding corn carefully, push teem end
onto nail . Thin end points up. Apply light coating of glue to your hands and apple to cob to ensure yarn will adhere to it.
one end of yarn around base of corn cob with a tight knot. Push knot
under cob if possible. Wind yarn around the ear from the base to the
top until all kernels are covered.
Place feathers into top of ear in a pleasing pattern which resembles a headress.