We strive to achieve museum quality work. Our porcupine quillwork is done on brain tanned deer skin, wrapped on natural rawhide, or applied to birchbark. Whenever possible, the quills are natural dyed. In all cases, we dye the quills and deer hair ornamentations to match the colors found on original pieces. We specialize in 18th – 19th century Eastern Woodlands and Great Lakes neck knife sheaths, shoulder bags, belt bags, moccasins, headdresses, feather sticks, and medicine bags. While most of our work is in the hands of private collectors and historical reenactors, some of our recent quillwork may be seen at the Indiana State Museum in Indianapolis, Indiana, Peckuwe Village in Springfield, Ohio, Fort Ligonier Museum in Pennsylvania, and the Neville Public Museum in Green Bay, Wisconsin .