5 edition of Silk Dyeing and Finishing Handbook found in the catalog.
January 2000 by Science Publishers .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||384|
Premordanting the fiber also assures that the mordant has properly bonded to the fiber before it goes into the plant dye bath, enhancing its effectiveness. It's the best source I've seen for information about a number of natural dyes, such as pokeberry, or the differences between old and young fustic, or the historical uses of Persian berries, among others. You can pre-soak the silk in soda ash before painting optionally letting it line-dryor add the soda ash to the dye immediately before use, or paint on a sodium silicate After-Fix solution afterwards. This is also a mechanical finish, acquired by feeding the fabric between a roller and rubber blanket, in such a way the rubber blanket compresses the weft threads and imparts compressive shrinkage. Turn off the heat, and let the fiber soak overnight.
Premordanting the fiber also assures that the mordant has properly bonded to the fiber before it goes into the plant dye bath, enhancing its effectiveness. Therefore; dyes and pigments have a vast area of applications and have a huge demand in industry. The fabric is passed to through hot, fast-moving stainless steel cylinders. Using Mordants With Natural Plant Dyes To ensure natural plant dyes remain colorfast, sometimes using mordants is a requirement.
The spiral binding allows the book to lie flat, important when using recipes. A major strength of this book is its descriptions of how washfast and lightfast each dye is on both wool and cotton; many natural dyeing books almost entirely neglect the question of whether a dye will work well on cotton. Sanforizing or Pre-shrinking prevents a fabric and the produced garment from shrinking after production. How to Apply Your Silk Dye Once you've chosen your silk dye, you must acquire any necessary auxiliary chemicals, and decide on your method of dye application. Synthetic warp and weft threads in loosely woven fabrics are particularly prone to slip because of their surface smoothness when the structure of fabric is disturbed and appearance is no longer attractive. For simple painting, you may find it sufficient to tape the silk to a plastic board or tabletop, but heavy applications of paint are apt to puddle and accumulate under the fabric, muddling your design.
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Written by scientists with specialised knowledge in the field, Handbook of Natural Colorants provides a unique source of information, summarising the present knowledge of natural colorants in depth. Techniques of Dye Application Solid colors.
The shibori family of techniques includes numerous resist processes practiced throughout the world. This is an ideal instructional video to get if you are just starting out, or even if you have some experience.
Special finishes for synthetic fibers[ edit ] Heat-setting of synthetic fabrics eliminates the internal tensions within the fiber, generated during manufacturing, and the new state can be fixed by rapid cooling.
Any of the dyes mentioned above, with the exception of the food colorings, are good for silk painting, but you will have to mix your own colors.
Apply colors of dyes randomly to the silk using a brush, an eyedropper, a syringe, or another tool — turn the silk over and apply dyes on the back.
From the Latin word mordere, meaning to bite, a mordant is a chemical compound that can brighten a dye color, darken it, or make it colorfast. The present book contains techniques of producing different natural dyes and pigments, which has huge demand in domestic as well as in foreign market.
However, some mordant are not very toxic, and the idea of natural dyestuffs is aesthetically pleasing. Anti-static finishes may also be of polyamide type, being curable at moderate temperatures. Advanture Du Textile: If you want to do adventure with the Textile and various textiles term them this is the perfect book for you.
The instructions are reliable and the illustrations beautiful. You can also add modifiers directly to certain plant dye baths to change the color before you dye a fiber. The key to successful results when you skip the use of a mordant relates to the plant materials you choose to make dye from, the fiber you want to dye, and the length of time it takes for the dye to set on the fiber.
However, it is safe to use in your good cooking pots, and it is safe to use with small children, children who are too young to follow standard safety practices. Now out of print and very difficult to find.
The fabric artist will wish to begin with Dahl's wonderful Transforming Fabric see belowand then get this one for further inspiration; the paper artist will prefer to begin with Natural Impressions. The book Eco-Friendly Textile Dyeing and Finishing covers topics in the area of sustainable practices in textile dyeing and finishing.
Soak the fiber in water for at least 1 hour. Shibori is the Japanese word for a variety of ways of embellishing textiles by shaping cloth and securing it before dyeing. By going eco-friendly can be less harmful to our natural resources. This is also a mechanical finish, acquired by feeding the fabric between a roller and rubber blanket, in such a way the rubber blanket compresses the weft threads and imparts compressive shrinkage.
Plant-based fibers, such as cotton, linen, and hemp, often benefit from premordanting with tannin and alum to achieve successful results. Unsweetened Kool-Aid is a handy form of Food Coloring that can be used to dye silk and wool How to Dye Silk Silk is an animal fiber, and therefore, like all animal fibers, is made of protein.
Excellent bibliography. Rinse one last time until the water runs clear, using a little soap if you choose. Good for silk painting. They will also work with room-temperature water using Procion MX fiber reactive dyes, and most could even be used with all-purpose dyes, if necessary.
How to Fix Your Silk Dye There are three methods to fix silk dyes: high-pH chemicals for fiber reactive dyes, or steaming to fix acid dyes including reactive dyes used with acidor a resin-based cool fixative that essentially turns the silk dye into a silk paint.
Generally, animal fibers such as silk and wool are easier for the beginning dyer to experiment with as they are able to bond more readily with most plant dyes and take less time to mordant properly.
Synthetic warp and weft threads in loosely woven fabrics are particularly prone to slip because of their surface smoothness when the structure of fabric is disturbed and appearance is no longer attractive. A major strength of this book is its descriptions of how washfast and lightfast each dye is on both wool and cotton; many natural dyeing books almost entirely neglect the question of whether a dye will work well on cotton.Apr 06, · Silk Painters International.
Apr 6, There is no need to stretch silk when working on shibori or vat dyeing, but in addition to those techniques, painting on unstretched silk can also produce wonderful, unexpected effects. The Handbook Of Natural Plant Dyes ♥ Book Title: Handbook on Natural Dyes for Industrial Applications (Extraction of Dyestuff from Flowers, Leaves, silk, and wool.
A general section on dyeing and mordanting and a glossary introduce the beginner to dye technology. In subsequent chapters, Liles summarizes the traditional dye methods. Handbook of textile and industrial dyeing Table Amino groups in wool, silk and nylon Wool Biella, 1, pp. – Lewis D M (), A combined cold dyeing and resin finishing process for the production of washable wool fabrics, Textilveredlung, 8, – Handbook of textile and industrial dyeing C.I.
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