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									Dying
  Process of Dyeing
   Natural
        Fixative or mordant
          Proportion is key
        Flowers
        Barks/Roots
        Dying process to more
          convenient techniques
   Synthetic Dyes



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 1856 William Henry
  discovered the first
  synthetic dye stuff
  while searching for a
  cure for malaria.

 1800’s- synthetic dye
  stuffs continued to be
  discovered.
 Contrary to popular belief
  tie-dying was not invented
  in the 1960’s America.
  Countless dyers
  throughout history have
  experimented with the use
  of bindings to create
  patterns on cloth.
  Different forms of tie-due
  have been practiced in
  India, Japan, and Africa for
  centuries.
Rowland Ricketts




    Images from rickketsindigo.com
Rowland Ricketts
Ana Lisa
Hedstrom
Ana Lisa
Hedstrom
Ana Lisa Hedstrom
Genevieve Dion
Mie Iwatsubo for Jurgen Lehl
www.jurgenlehlshop.jp
Joan
Schultz
Nancy Crow
Elizabeth Barton
Valerie Goodwin
Dorothy Caldwell Field Notes 1995-1996
Dorothy Caldwell
Four Patch:
Hay / Wheat / Rye
/ Barley (detail),
1994-1995
Wax resist and
discharged cotton,
appliqué, stitching
Quilted by Evelyn
Martin, Ruth
Lamont, Grace
Foxton and Lidia
Kelder
8 ft. x 8 ft. 2 in.

								
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