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I thought I'd share an action shot of myself taken a few years ago at a Pergamena parchment making workshop. Who knew dyeing skin could be so much fun?
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TABLE OF CONTENTS:
3. Use in Book Manufacture (History and Techniques)
4. Preservation Concerns
1. Composition/Chemistry/Characteristics[edit | edit source]
Composition[edit | edit source]
- Fabric types
The Textiles Specialty Group is currently updating its page on spot tests for colorfastness which might be worth a look in the future.
- Patterning/Decoration -
- List of patterns:
- bold wayvy-grain
- dot-and-line patterns
2. Manufacture[edit | edit source]
3. Use in Book Manufacture (History and Techniques)[edit | edit source]
- History of Use (1820's on)
4. Preservation Concerns[edit | edit source]
5. Bibliography[edit | edit source]
Books discussing cloth production and usage in bookbinding include:
John Carter's Binding Variants...
Andrea Krupp's Bookcloth in England and America 1823-50
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