Guide to Indian Quillworking
Mrs. Hensler's detailed step-by-step instructions and how-to sketches describe the techniques of quillworking, from plucking and preparing the quills, to finishing the product. Based on the original methods used by the Indians, Mrs. Hensler has brought quillworking into the twentieth century with her contemporary quilled creations.
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anchor cord anchor the quill appliqued quillwork Author's Collection J. F. backing material beading Bill Hensler Photo buckskin bundle of guard carrying cord Christy Ann Hensler clove hitch Collection J. F. Hensler colors cord is knotted Courtesy Denver Museum excess quill filler cord Finish by bringing finished piece flattened quill GUIDE TO INDIAN Hensler Photos Courtesy Illustrations by J. B. inch ISBN J. F. Hensler Photo line of quilling line of quillwork MD Illustrations Moccasins Museum of Art old quill Photos Courtesy Denver Plains Indian porky pull the quill quill and stitching quill is folded quill is stitched quill is wrapped quill protruding quilled item Quilling Illustration quills are added rawhide rodent rosette Shadow Quilling side square knot Stephen Irwin stitched in place stitching cord straight double straight quilling tail tree line trimmed as close tying cord underfur upper spacer warp cords warp quills weaving weft quill Woven Quilling