Eco Colour

Front Cover
Allen & Unwin, 2008 - Dye plants - 238 pages
1 Review
"This book by internationally renowned dyer, costumier and artist India Flint draws on her two decades of experience and experimentation in natural dyeing techniques to present an expert, highly accessible and achievable handbook of ecologically sustainable plant dye methods using renewable resources"--Provided by publisher.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

LibraryThing Review

User Review  - MarthaJeanne - LibraryThing

If you happen to have eucalyptus trees, poultry and compost heaps in your back yard, and be convinced of the dangers of microwaved food and any chemical dyes on clothes, you will find this book very useful. Otherwise it will be more for reading than for practical use. But still interesting. Read full review

Contents

2029
20
030033
30
034041
34
042048
42
049064
49
065075
65
076085
76
86119
86
138147
138
148153
148
154159
154
160163
160
164169
164
170189
170
190201
190
202221
202

120131
120
132137
132
222240
222
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2008)

Costumier, artist and writer India Flint's works are represented in collections and museums in Germany, Latvia and Australia. She now lives on a farm in rural South Australia, researching plant dyes and breeding sheep. India also manages a textile practice embracing theatre, art and fashion and produces a range of salvage clothing under the label 'prophet of bloom'. India's work is featured on her website: www.indiaflint.com

Bibliographic information