Corn dolly formed of interlocking woven stems, the ears protruding from the long side for about 13", except for the two edge stems whose ears are close to the rectangle. The stem ends protrude from the shorter sides, as do the three ears on each side. Three ears are tied to the long side. Four ears with stems are threaded through the middle of the rectangle, the ends of which are tied and presumably form a hanging loop.
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