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subtle or bland?

Can’t make up my mind!

Did some tests yesterday with some of the tansy and solidago in a leftover madder pot. Meh. Top is cotton, bottom silk, and the thread is cotton—though i do like… 305 more words

Ecoprints And Natural Dyes

Green Natural Dye

On Pinterest I’d seen a lovely green produced with the purple leaves of Prunus trees, but with no instructions. It was in Australia, but as we have a purple leaved Prunus in the garden I thought I’d have a go, with fascinating results. 212 more words


down in the dungeon

It’s been so hot and humid here, i’ve had to do my current ice dyeing in the basement! I did learn a lesson as well: silk just doesn’t give me the same satisfaction with colour breaking and pattern dispersion. 125 more words

FybreSpace The Shop

Basic Principles of Textile Coloration by Arthur D. Broadbent

The dyeing of natural and synthetic fibres by methods based on modern chemical technology is increasingly becoming an international industry, with countries throughout the world developing and operating textile coloration plants. 199 more words


Fabric Structure And Design

The Text Book On Fabric Structure And Design Will Be Very Useful For Students Of Various Courses Of Study Related To Textiles Such As B.Tech In Textile Technology, Diploma In Textile Technology, Pg Diploma In Fashion Technology, B.Sc And M.Sc In Home Science, And B.Tech In Fashion Technology. 103 more words


Industrial Dyes by Klaus Hunger


What would life be like without color? Ever since one can think back, color has always accompanied mankind. Dyes – originally obtained exclusively from natural sources – are today also produced synthetically on a large scale and represent one of the very mature and traditional sectors of the chemical industry. 387 more words