Natural Dyes

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British Museum Press, 2003 - Dyes and dyeing - 104 pages
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This handbook aims to span the range of experience between beginners, students and professionals. It explains how over 500 rich colours can be achieved from the five principal dyestuffs of madder, cochineal, weld, cutch and indigo. In addition, other ingredients such as walnut husks are included.

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Gwen Fereday currently teaches at The Surrey Institute of Art and Design, University College.

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