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Published by Dover in New York .
Written in English


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First published in 1968 as, Natural dyes in the United States.

Other titlesNatural dyes in the United States.
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Pagination154p. :
Number of Pages154
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Open LibraryOL21743769M

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  The heart of this book is fifty-two recipes for dyes made from natural, easily obtained dyestuffs: brown dyes from the bark of apple, birch, hemlock, hickory, and maple trees; yellows from a wide variety of sources such as arsemart, white ash bark, barberry bark, sassafras, lichens, camomile flowers, and coffee beans; reds from madder Pages:   The heart of this book is fifty-two recipes for dyes made from natural, easily obtained dyestuffs: brown dyes from the bark of apple, birch, hemlock, hickory, and maple trees; yellows from a wide variety of sources such as arsemart, white ash bark, barberry bark, sassafras, lichens, camomile flowers, and coffee beans; reds from madder, cochineal, Brazilwood, and alkanet; blues from woad, /5(26). Description Natural Dyes and Home Dyeing. A Practical Guide with Over Recipes. By Rita J. Adrosko. Softcover. pgs. This book contains step-by-step recipes for preparing, combining and using dyes made from natural, easily obtained dyestuffs: brown dyes from the bark of apple, birch, hemlock, hickory and maple trees; yellows from a wide variety of sources such as arsemart, white ash bark. Natural Dyes and Home Dyeing (formerly Titled: Natural Dyes in the United States) Volume of Bulletin (United States National Museum) Volume of Dover Pictorial Archives Formerly Titled: Natural Dyes in the United States: Author: Rita J. Adrosko: Edition: illustrated, reprint, revised: Publisher: Courier Corporation, ISBN.

Now, in The Modern Natural Dyer, expert Kristine Vejar shares the most user-friendly techniques for dyeing yarn, fabric, and finished goods at home with foraged and garden-raised dyestuffs as well as with convenient natural dye extracts. Demystifying the "magic," Vejar explains in explicit, easy-to-follow detail how to produce consistent, long-lasting color/5(). The Complete Guide to Natural Dyeing: Techniques and Recipes for Dyeing Fabrics, Yarns, and Fibers at Home Paperback – March 1, by. Eva Lambert /5(27).   Here's the five best natural dye books that address the chemistry, sustainability, and beauty of plant and insect dyes, suggested at a panel discussion of experienced dyers: 1. Jim Liles, the Art and Craft of Natural Dyeing, Traditional Recipes for Modern Use. 2. Jenny Dean, Wild Color. 3. Jo Kirby, Natural Dyes. 4. Diane Epp, The Chemistry of Natural Dyes. A beautiful book of seasonal projects for using the brilliant spectrum of colors derived from plants to naturally dye your clothing and home textiles. Organized by season, Natural Color is a beautifully photographed guide to the full range of plant dyes available, drawn from commonly found fruits, flowers, trees, and herbs, with accompanying projects/5(87).

Rita Buchanan’s A Dyer’s Garden: One of the best books you can buy on the subject, this book includes information on selecting plants, planting a dye garden, selecting and using mordants, and step-by-step instructions with exact measurements for dyeing yarn. It seems to be out of print, but it’s well worth tracking down a used copy—it. Here are some great books and DVD's about how to use natural dyes, mordants, indigo, and more! The Art and Science of Natural Dyes Eco-Dyeing Art Journals - Using Nature's Imprints.   Natural Dyes and Home Dyeing. Rita J. Adrosko. Courier Corporation, - Crafts & Hobbies - pages. 1 Review. Here in a single volume is 5/5(1). Top Books Top Audiobooks Oprah’s Book Club Natural Dyes and Home Dyeing. Rita J. Adrosko. $; $; Publisher Description. Features over specific recipes — gathered from historical sources — for cotton, wool, other fabrics. Genuine premodern handicrafts. 12 illustrations.