I used madder
root dye as an example of the different results achieved from wool yarn and cotton yarn.
In this example, I used 2.52 grams of madder
extract for my 28 grams of cotton mops and test strip, or nine percent of dry fabric weight (Figure 3), and heated the bath to 200 degrees F.
Painting in dyes of pomegranate rind, myrobalan, turmeric, black, catechu, madder
and indigo with alum as mordant; 124 x 105 cm.
root was not grown in the colonies, American soldiers had to settle for blue uniforms, dyed with indigo.
ONLY HERE FOR THE BEER: CAMRA members Louis Madder
, Jim Witt, Carole Witt, Paul Hamblett and Bryan Bellingham.
More than 3,500 years ago, people in Asia and the Middle East first boiled madder
roots to color fabrics in vivid oranges, reds and pinks.
By Linda Hales Somewhere past Tehran, beyond the void known as the Great Salt Desert, Brian Murphy arrived at a field of wild madder
. He had been tracking the history of Persian carpets since 1999, between assignments in Iran and Afghanistan for the Associated Press.
Dando told the court Baldwin had said he was getting madder
I filled my craving with food--getting madder
still with my expanding girth and with my inability to make more yellow.
I still have the answer machine message recordings and you can hear him getting madder
because I wasn't there.
The big Reagan biography came out, and the Republican powers that be are madder
than a bunch of roosters in a henhouse after vasectomy surgery.
"It has made me a madder
person," says P.J., now 16.