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" Coloring depends on temperature of the dye depends upon the thorough distribution of the mordants and color in the dye- bath. Generally it is advised to strain the dye before it is added, 'but, as an even tone is not the desired result for this special... "
Hand-loom Weaving: A Manual for School and Home - Page 70
by Mattie Phipps Todd - 1902 - 160 pages
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Abnákee Rugs: A Manual Describing the Abnákee Industry, the Methods Used ...

Helen Rickey Albee - Rugs - 1903 - 60 pages
...is not the desired result for this special handicraft, I never follow this suggestion. TEMPERATURE The proper temperature for introducing the color in the bath is not over 150° F., but if one has not a bath thermometer, the temperature must be very hot, yet far below boiling...
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