CH. 6 DYES

CH. 6 DYES - HUEC 4041 History of Textiles Part I, Ch 6...

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HUEC 4041 History of Textiles Part I, Ch 6 Dyeing and Printing Jenna Tedrick Kuttruff, Ph.D. Doris & Jules Carville Professor
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Sources of Color in Textiles Colors of natural fibers Painting (pigments) Printing (dyes – add to surface without submersion in a liquid) Dyeing (dyes – submersion in a liquid)
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Some Important Sources of Colors Reds – madder (roots), lac (old world), cochcineal (new world) Yellows – weld, saffron, tumeric Blues – indigo, woad (related genetically, but in different parts of the world)
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Part I, Ch 6- Dyeing and Printing Painting with pigments Samoan woman decorating tapa cloth p 19 Gillow, 1999
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Direct Printing Block printing Can be done with either pigments or dyes Copper plate printing Engrave to transfer print Roller printing Industrial revolution time, roll continuously Screen printing Silk screen, roller screen (highly computerized), great deal of fabrics we get today are roller screen printing
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Block printing Left: Carved wood blocks from Gujarat, India Above: Printed Indian cotton. Patterns such as this May use ten or more differently carved blocks. p 112 Gillow, 1999
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CH. 6 DYES - HUEC 4041 History of Textiles Part I, Ch 6...

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