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Natural Dyeing with Madder: Exploring Traditional Techniques and Color Characteristics

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The color red has a significant presence in cultures around the world. The organic dye madder, derived from plants, has been used throughout human civilization and remains an important natural dye. The research reviews five traditional madder dyeing techniques from China, Europe, Turkey, and Japan. The techniques are applied to cotton, linen, silk, and wool fabrics, and their similarities and differences are compared and analyzed. Additionally, the environmental sustainability, resource conservation, and process efficiency of these dyeing techniques are also evaluated in this article. The chromatic value of dyed textile color was tested by means of an American Hunterlab spectrophotometer, the influence of different dyeing techniques on textile color characteristics was analyzed, and the artistic features of textile color were analyzed from the perspective of visual art.
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  • Department: School of Design, University: Jiangnan University, No.1800 Lihu Avenue, Wuxi, China, 214122
  • Department: School of Fashion, University: Zhejiang Sci-tech University, No.8 Taikang Street, Linping District, Hangzhou, China, 311199
  • Department: Department of Textiles, Apparel Design, & Merchandising, University: Louisiana State University 145 Human Ecology Building, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA, 70803.
  • Department: School of Design, University: Jiangnan University, No.1800 Lihu Avenue, Wuxi, China, 214122
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