See also:primitive method of obtaining an effect in dyeing by tying up
See also:cloth in different places to prevent the particular parts from receiving the dye . The name was given to richly coloured
See also:silk handkerchiefs produced by this
See also:process, of which bright
See also:colours were characteristic . Bandanas are now commonly made of
See also:cotton and produced in
See also:Lancashire, whence they are exported . The effect is also produced by a
See also:regular process in
See also:calico printing, in which the
See also:pattern is made by discharging the
See also:colour .
ADOLPH FRANCIS ALPHONSE BANDELIER (184o- )
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