Our porcupine quillwork is based on examples we have studied from the Eastern Great Lakes region of North America as well as New England, the Maritime providences and New York State. The
earliest examples we have found date to 1683. The majority of our work is from the mid to late 18th century period. Each piece is unique. No two pieces are exactly the same. The quills
are dyed with natural dyes that were used by the Natives in the 18th century. We use our own brain tanned leather which is smoked and is some cases dyed with black walnut hulls.
The hunting and bandolier style bags are available by quote.