Organic Fiber Dying (book)
Vendor AQS Publishing
Traditional Dyes for Modern Fiber and Fabric Lovers.
Color, color, and more color – dyeing was just as important to the citizens of 18th-century America in places such as Williamsburg, Virginia, as it is to today's fiber artists.
Using botanical recipes, fiber artists can blend the historic old with a vibrant new world of pure color.
Nine natural color sources are mixed to create 14 beautiful colors for wool, cotton, or linen fabrics, textiles, and yarns.
By Max Hamrick
- 8.5" x 11"
- 95 pages
Max Hamrick is the dyer for Colonial Williamsburg, which is dedicated to the preservation, restoration, and presentation of eighteenth-century Williamsburg, and the study, interpretation and teaching of America's founding principles.