Hi, my name is Jim Collins. I've been doing inlay since 1995.
Every Featherwood inlay is made by hand using a scroll saw, a sander,
and some hand tools. No computer guided instrument is used.
Only the finest woods are chosen for character and contrast.
No stains or dyes are ever used.
A clear finish allows the wood's
own natural color and character to render the image.
Great care is maintained in the creation of each piece of art I make.
Each work is fashioned to be of heirloom quality.
Look for my , 'How To', articles in issues #34 and #36 of
Scroll Saw Woodworking & Crafts
Scrollsaw Woodworking & Crafts
Magazine and Message Board
for Scrollsawyers
Wood Carving Illustrated
Magazine and Message Board for Wood Carvers
Greg Dorrance Co.
Woodcarving & Art supplies
Heritage Building Supply
Great place for hardwood Scrolling material
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Some of the pieces in
the galleries are for sale.
Others can be re-made if requested.
If you have your own idea of something you would like to have made, click
For a brief inside look into the technique used read,
About Inlay
Pieces will be offered on a first come first served basis. When you make a request, I will e-mail you within 48 hours with an estimated time of completion and a price.
For pieces with someone's name
incorporated  into the design,
For an interesting tale of how
I came to do what I do, read my History
This is my logo. I put it on everything I make.
Spend $75 or more and get a free hand carved feather fridge magnet, your choice of color.
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