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Dye Plants and Dyeing

Out of Print
By: J Cannon and M Cannon
128 pages, 48 col illus
Publisher: A & C Black
Dye Plants and Dyeing
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  • Dye Plants and Dyeing ISBN: 9780713663747 Edition: 2 Paperback Jan 2003 Out of Print #154797
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Forty-eight of the best known plants from which dyes can be extracted are here illustrated in colour, together with their structure, dye colours, cultivation and history as a dye producer.

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John Cannon was keeper of Botany at the Natural History Museum, London, until his retirement in 1990. Margaret Cannon was a botanical researcher at the same museum and has been actively involved with her husband's work and travels. She is now a craftworker specialising in dyeing, spinning and weaving.
Out of Print
By: J Cannon and M Cannon
128 pages, 48 col illus
Publisher: A & C Black
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this is an excellent reference book for novice and experienced dyers alike the book is lavishly illustrated with beautiful drawings worthy of a place on the wall. Permaculture Magazine (2006)
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