A World History of Textile Dyes


Korean Minjok Leadership Academy
PMS



Table of Contents


References , May 31st 2011
Table of Contents , May 31st 2011



Outline . . Go to Teacher's Comment

II. General Information about Dyeing
II.1 Process of Dying
Bleeching --> Neutralization --> Dyeing
I tried to do some research, but most of the information showed process of specific dying technique.
So, I'm thinking of doing other parts first, and later analyze the general process from those different techniques
II.2 Division (will Change the name of this chapter later, cannot think of suitable one yet...)
I will briefly talk about two different (in a large differentiation) ways of dyeing: on the finished cloth, or on the yarn, or fiber
II.2.1 Direct Dyeing
Dying of the cloth
II.2.2 Yarn Dyeing
Dying of the yarn and then making it into a cloth
III. Dyeing in Western Countries
As I will compare western style of dying to eastern style, mainly Korean, the information about western style of dyeing will be handled on this chapter
III.1 History of Dyeing
Brief history of the dyeing
III.2 Natural Dyes
Different dyes used in western countries will be introduced on this chapter. There will be some specific names under the category of Plant, Animals, and Minerals respectably
III.2.1 Plants
III.2.2 Animals
III.2.3 Minerals
III.3 Methods of Dyeing
As the title suggests, the methods of dyeing
IV. Dyeing in Eastern Countries
In this chapter, dyeing in eastern countries will be talked about, but not Korea. Korea will be discussed separately in the later chapter
IV.1 Japan
The Information about Japanese dyeing! The overall information will be told, and some of the famous methods will be briefly introduced.
Also, some of the special dyes, used in Japan, will be introduced, too
IV.1.1 Natural Dyes
IV.1.2 Methods of Dyeing
Shibori(Tie-dye)
Tsutsugaki (Squeeze Cones)
Katazome (Stensil Dyeing)
Yuzen
IV.2 India
Here, the information about Indian dyeing will be introduced. The famous dye, Indigo, will surely be introduced.
IV.2.1 Natural Dyes
Indigo
IV.2.2 Methods of Dyeing
Bandhani(Indian Tie and Dye)
IV.3 Indonesia
Similarly, the information about Indonesian dyeing will be introduced
IV.3.1 Natural Dye
IV.3.2 Methods of Dyeing
Batik
Ikat
V. Dyeing in Korea
Finally, dyeing in Korea will be introduced. It will first start with the history, although not many information exists, and then goes on to the dyes and the methods.
V.1 History of Dyeing V.2 Natural Dyes
V.3 Methods of Dyeing
VI. Dyeing in Modern Times
Since we have talked about all those historical dyeing techniques and dyes of west and east, now i'll briefly introduce some information about modern dyeing modern dyeing techniques are mainly synthetic dyeing, which allows mass and ubiquitous production of the product
VI.1 Synthetic Dyeing
Acid Dyes
Basic Dyes
Chrome (or Mordant) Dyes
Sulphur Dyes
Vat Dyes
VII. Conclusion
Some analysis about differences among the methods and discussion about possible factors that influenced this will be shown



References . . Go to Teacher's Comment

Primary Reference

Dyes , Ruth Kassinger
우리가 정말 알아야 할 천연염색 (the Natural Dyes that we should really know), 이종남 (Lee, Jong-Nam)

Visiting (at November, probably)

천연염색 - 033-732-6562강원 원주시 소초면 학곡리 606-3

Secondary Reference

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyeing
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Natural_dye
http://www.pioneerthinking.com/crafts/crafts-basics/naturaldyes.html
http://www.pburch.net/dyeing.shtml
http://len7288.hubpages.com/hub/Types-of-Synthetic-Dyes
http://kougeihin.jp/en/crafts/introduction/dyeing



Working Table of Contents . . Go to Teacher's Comment

I. Introduction
II. General Information about Dyeing
II.1 Process of Dying
II.2 Division
II.1 Direct Dyeing
II.2.2 Yarn Dyeing
III. Dyeing in Western Countries
III.1 History of Dyeing
III.2 Natural Dyes
III.2.1 Plants
III.2.2 Animals
III.2.3 Minerals
III.3 Methods of Dyeing
IV. Dyeing in Eastern Countries
IV.1 Japa
IV.1.1 Natural Dyes
IV.1.2 Methods of Dyeing
IV.2 India
IV.2.1 Natural Dyes
IV.2.2 Methods of Dyeing
IV.3 Indonesia
IV.3.1 Natural Dyes
IV.3.2 Methods of Dyeing
V. Dyeing in Korea
V.1 History of Dyeing
V.2 Natural Dyes
V.3 Methods of Dyeing
VI. Dyeing in Modern Times
VI.1 Synthetic Dyeing
VII. Conclusion
Notes
Bibliography