This treatise reveals the exact methods of natural dyeing along with rare insights into the life of early 19th-century dyers. Reprinted from the expanded 1815 edition, it offers more than 100 recipes for shades of reds, blues, yellows, browns, and blacks, divided into dyes for woolens, linens, and co... read more
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This treatise reveals the exact methods of natural dyeing along with rare insights into the life of early 19th-century dyers. Reprinted from the expanded 1815 edition, it offers more than 100 recipes for shades of reds, blues, yellows, browns, and blacks, divided into dyes for woolens, linens, and cottons.
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