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Autumn Equinox Corn Shuck Doll

Anne Freels


Traditional Autumn Equinox Corn Shuck Doll. “Like in the Spring, this point on the wheel of the year signifies the duration of daylight and dark being equal; but the days become shorter in the northern hemisphere.  The air feels crisp, the light changes, the leaves fall from the trees and the urge to make soup fills the soul.”

  • 10″tall
  • Made in TN
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Anne Freels

I fell in love with corn shuck dolls in 1975, when I learned how to make one in an Appalachian Studies class during my senior year of High School in Oak Ridge, TN. I have been making the dolls ever since that day. I am a full-time craft artist, and have been a member of the Southern Highland Craft Guild since 1989.


Artist Anne Freels is a natural materials artist who has been creating original, one-of-a-kind corn shuck dolls since 1975.


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