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Navajo Native Dyes: Their Preparation and Use by Nonabah G. Bryan SOLD OUT/Please locate another source to purchase

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Price: $7.95
SOLD - Please call us for more information
Item Number: 80865410718
Simply written text, accompanied by detailed line illustrations of plants, explains how to select and mix natural colors of wool and prepare "recipes" for producing specific colors of dye from desert plants, among them single-flowered actinea for yellow, alder bark for a soft brown, the Rocky Mountain bee plant for a pale greenish yellow, and more.

Filter Press, 2003.
Paperback, 75 pages.

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