Dyeing and Printing: A Handbook
The text and line drawings describe chemical dyeing and printing techniques as they apply to small-scale operations, and how to plan for small-scale production.(Published in the Small-scale Textiles series).
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Basic principles and processes
Simple methods of testing
Planning for production
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