Can you believe this, I have worked at the Corn Wagon almost 4 years and am just getting around to the wool section of the store. We have the most wonderful wool lady. She does everything with that stuff, like dying, stripping, and hooking (that's a little wool talk for ya). Oh my, I didn't know Marianne had it in her! Anyways I found this cute pumpkin in a magazine I bought in St. George for Marianne because it had some great things to do with wool. Little did I know that I would be making the display. It wasn't so bad, my stitching does need a little improvement and I don't think I'll be teaching the wool classes any time soon. We will leave that for the pro. The stem on Wooly Jack is an old silver spoon I found at the antique shop here in town and he is sitting on an old rusty bed spring. Oh the things you can do with these. They are a hot comodity I'm told at Treasures in Springville. You can use these for lots of things. How about favor cups for a fall party, to hold your pin cushion like Jack or your ice cream cone. Who would of thunk it!