Recipes For Dyeing Green





(1) GREEN WITH QUERCITRON FOR WOOL



Dye the wool blue in the indigo vat, wash well. For 100 parts of wool

put 3 of chalk and 10 or 12 of alum. Boil wool in this 1 hour. Then to

same bath add 10 to 12 parts quercitron and continue boiling for 15

minutes, then add 1 part of chalk, this addition is repeated at

intervals of 6 to 8 minutes till a fine green is brought out.



(2) WITH INDIGO EXTRACT AND WELD FOR WOOL



Mordant 1 lb. wool with 4 ozs. alum and 1/2 oz. cream of tartar. Dye

blue with sufficiency of indigo extract, wash and dry. Prepare a dye

bath with weld which has been previously chopped up and boiled. Enter

wool and boil for half an hour or more.



(3) GREEN FOR WOOL



Mordant with alum and cream of tartar, add to the mordanting bath a

little weld or fustic. Dye with 6 ozs. fustic (or weld). Dye in a

separate bath with indigo extract, a rather bluer green than is

wanted. Then put into a yellow bath till the right shade of green is

got.



(4) GRASS GREEN



For 1 lb. wool: 1-1/2 oz. alum, 1/2 oz. sulphuric acid, 1/2 oz. salt,

1/4 oz. Tin crystals. Dissolve tin in separate saucepan and mix half

of it with 1/4 oz. Flavin, add both to the bath together with indigo

extract (1/2 tablespoonful). When hot enter yarn and boil hard for 1

to 1-1/2 hours. It turns a green when exposed to air. Wash very

thoroughly.



(5) JADE GREEN (1 lb.)



Mordant with 1/3 oz. Cream of Tartar and 4 oz. Alum for 1/2 hour. Take

out wool and air. Cool bath a little and add half the amount of the

indigo extract to be used (according to shade of green required,

1/2 oz. indigo extract makes a good colour). Enter wool and stir

rapidly for 5 minutes or so without boiling. Take out wool. Mix in the

rest of the indigo extract. Enter wool and boil for 10 minutes. Take

out wool. Throw away a quarter of the water and add some with 3/4 oz.

fustic extract. Enter wool and boil for 1/2 hour to an hour.





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