By Trish Burr
“Trish Burr has painstakingly recreated blooms from the work of nineteenth century botanical artist Pierre Joseph Redoute in beautiful embroidery. utilizing basically the easiest stitches, she offers directions, illustrations and photograph- graphs to take you step by step via sewing 17 attractive buds—roses, lilies, birds of paradise, dahlias, magnolias and extra. a beautiful reward for someone with a fondness for vegetation or needlework.”—Vogue styles.
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This can be achieved either by pumping the liquor through a stationary material, moving the substrate though the liquor, or moving both the liquor and material through the machine. Anionic wool dyes applied under acidic conditions have a high substantivity for wool as a result of ionic attraction between the anionic dye molecules and protonated amino groups in the fibre. For this reason, the type of liquor circulation used in the dyeing machine is not an important factor in the uptake of most types of wool dyes.
1997). They have also reported that the tensile strength of grafted fibres increases while elongation and breaking strength decreases. 2 Mechanical abrasion It also leads to non uniform and non repeatable surface modification. We do not have good control over the process as in wet processing. This in turn hampers mechanical properties of the materials under process. 3 Flame treatment The reactive oxygen is generated by burning an oxygen rich gas mixture. It incorporates hydroxyl, aldehyde and carboxylic acid functional groups onto the surface and is utilized to enhance surface properties for better printability, adhesion and wettability.
Redoute's Finest Flowers in Embroidery by Trish Burr