Quill Pen -cured, but uncut
Writing with a quill is a unique experience and definitely worth a try. You may find you never go back! Jennifer collects them daily, in the barn yard. The feathers are then naturally hardened for a year. After the year is up, they are soaked, and hand cut into a writing quill. Feathers are from both wings – a goose’s right wing feather is more suited to a left-handed writer and a left wing feather more suitable for a right-handed writer. Writing with a quill pen is a unique experience. By it’s very nature, it forces one to slow down, and think about the action and process of writing.