appropriated to dyeing must be selected from thoroughbred sheep with
finesse and softness. Yarns should be opened and free as skein, so
that dye might be penetrate inside the skein.
skeins, before dyeing, is necessary. Water with fewer salts,
especially current water, is quite effective in stability of color.
cleaning yarns, some experimental techniques, in quantity of dye,
time of boiling, type of mordant
and even utilizing four natural colors of wool: flaxen, white, black
and green, each one appropriated to a special color is required.
addition to color of wool, absorbing dyes during the boiling time
depends on staying in current water, or pre-washing or post-washing.
technical principles of dyeing, type of dye, mordant, level of washing, stabilizer materials and time of dyeing is
important and negligence in application of mordant and non-observance of quantity causes non-absorbency of dye by wool.
people, spending a lifetime in weaving and dyeing carpets, are quite
familiar with natural plants of the nature, useful in dying. They
are able to create combinations of colors appreciated in greatest
museums of the world.