eBook Natural Dyeing download
by Jackie Crook
Author: Jackie Crook
Publisher: Lark Books (October 1, 2007)
ePub: 1473 kb
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Category: Crafts and Home
Subcategory: Crafts and Hobbies
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Natural Dyeing" helps you experiment with colour and use your personal creativity through the ancient art of dyeing. It includes a comprehensive introduction that teaches you everything you need to know about dyeing, including hot, cool and vat dyeing methods. The book includes 30 projects broken down into dye groups, and each project includes a recipe and clear step-by-step techniques and photographs.
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Natural Dyeing by Jackie Crook Natural Dyeing contains vibrant illustrations and step by step instructions for each of the dying projects.
Natural Dyeing by Jackie Crook. Of the sources of natural dye described in this book, I am certainly intrigued by: Rhubarb (yellow, yellow green to copper colors). Tea (browns, the mordants do not vary the color as much here). Natural Dyeing contains vibrant illustrations and step by step instructions for each of the dying projects. For each of the 31 dyes described, wool treated with each mordant type are shown, which gives a beginner like me a sense on how much you can vary color with different salts. There is a color chart index, listing all of the colors shown in the book. The instructions are clear for describing how to optimize dye uptake with different fibers.