We gathered the indian corn and then we would make jewelry.
I can still remember how sore my fingers would get shucking the corn and then stinging it for bracelets and necklaces.
I had so many little helpers, the corn was shucked in no time at all.
The colors are just gorgeous this year. (I think they are probably just as beautiful every year, but every year I am in awe of the beauty of this colorful corn.)
This years corn was VERY dry, so we used a hammer and large needle to hammer holes through the kernels. This was very helpful in speeding up the stringing process.