While I was fumbling around in my office/art/sewing room today, I came across the walnut doll I made many years ago. She is made with one walnut, glue from a glue gun, green florist wire and tape, and a few other odds and ends. After she was put together, I made her hat, dress, and apron with the cross-stitch on it. This was back when I was teaching 6th grade English and every afternoon each teacher had to teach one period of a “fun-non academic” class. Of course, I did postcards and crafting. All the children who chosemy room made these and then sewed their little outfits by hand. Yes, I had to teach the boys how to sew, and that was a trip. I bet now they are thankful that they learned how to thread a needle and put it thru the material. I did not make the quilt the doll is sitting on. It is a very old one that I got at the “antique” mall, and it is all sewn by hand.