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Traditional Dyes for Modern Fabric Lovers. Color, color, and more color-dyeing fabric was just as important to the citizens of 18th-century America in places such as Williamsburg, Virginia, as it is to today's quilters and fabric artists. Using traditional dyestuffs in nontoxic ways, quilters can blend the historic old with a vibrant new world of pure color. Nine natural color sources are used in recipes to create 14 beautiful colors for wool, cotton, or linen fabrics, textiles, and yarns.
|Number of Pages||96|
|Number of Illustrations||90|
|Dimensions||8.50" x 11.00" x .25"|
|Publisher||American Quilter's Society|
- Organic Fiber Dyeing: The Colonial Williamsburg Method — Review by James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief
- "Organic Fiber Dyeing: The Colonial Williamsburg Method provides details on color-dyeing fabric techniques used by 18th century Williamsburg people, and covers non-toxic dyeing methods used in traditional ways. Nine natural color sources are revealed in 'recipes' that demonstrate how to create 14 colors for all kinds of fabrics, textiles and yarn. Photos by Barbara Lombardi round out the information and provide fine embellishment to a lovely book highly recommended for any fiber artist interested in learning non-toxic and old dyeing sources and methods." --James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief, The Midwest Book Review (Posted on 11/15/13)
- Organic Fabric Dying — Review by Kathie R Kerler
- A terrific book for anyone interested in dying with natural coloring agents. The author Max Hamrick clearly knows his subject. Included in the text is the history of dying during America's colonial era, a recipe with easy-to-find ingredients for nine colors, and a useful glossary. Plus, beautiful photographs. (Posted on 10/1/13)