Best Reference Books – Dyeing and Printing

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Dyeing and Printing subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Dyeing and Printing along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Dyeing and Printing subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Dyeing and Printing" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “Elementary Idea of Textile Dyeing, Printing and Finishing” by Kanwar Varinder Pal Singh

“Elementary Idea of Textile Dyeing, Printing and Finishing” Book Review: This book is designed for students from textile industry backgrounds. Elementary ideas about dyeing, printing and finishing of textile products is explained. The basic introduction about dyes, its properties and compatibility is also given along with useful information in the book. This book also contains different preparatory, aesthetic and functional finishing effects from the textile and garment industry. The methods of printing are also given in the book. This book also contains new technological courses in textile, fashion and garment in detail.

2. “Printing of Cotton Fabrics, Comprising Calico Bleaching, Printing, and Dyeing” by Sansone Antonio

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“Printing of Cotton Fabrics, Comprising Calico Bleaching, Printing, and Dyeing” Book Review: This book is designed for students from textile industry backgrounds. The basic information about the topic is given in the beginning of the book. The information about printing and its types is given in a detailed manner. This book also contains detailed information about dyeing and bleaching. The methods of printing of cotton fabric is also explained. Bleaching methods are also explained along with dyeing. This book also contains details of fixing and finishing.

3. “Dyeing and Screenprinting On Textiles” by Joanna Kinnersly-taylor

“Dyeing and Screenprinting On Textiles” Book Review: This book is designed for students from textile industry backgrounds. Good practice details in the studio are given in the beginning of the book. Setting up a studio details are given along with record keeping information. This book also contains methods of selection and preparation cloth, dyeing cloth and thickeners. Printing style and image preparation and screens for printing details also given in the book. Information about discharge is also given. Other techniques are also mentioned in the book. Fixing and finishing details are also given in this book.

4. “Techniques of Dyeing and Printing” by Hemalatha Jain

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“Techniques of Dyeing and Printing” Book Review: This book is designed for students from textile industry backgrounds. This book contains general introduction about the topic and information about 32 color plates. Color and dyestuff details are also given. Fabric preparatory process is also given in the book. This book also contains theory of dyeing, its auxiliaries in detail. Information about dyes and dyeing, coloring process using commercial dyes and natural dyes is given in this book. General introduction to printing, its different types and style are explained in the book. This book also contains printing auxiliaries, cotton, fabrics and silk fabric. Screen printing and other techniques are also given in the book. Ageing and steaming are also given in the book.

5. “Martha Stewart’s Encyclopedia of Crafts: An A-to-Z Guide with Detailed Instructions and Endless Inspiration” by Martha Stewart Living Magazine

“Martha Stewart’s Encyclopedia of Crafts: An A-to-Z Guide with Detailed Instructions and Endless Inspiration” Book Review: This book is designed for students from textile industry backgrounds. Albums and scrapbooks are also given in the book. This book also contains details about block printing, botanical pressing and printing. Calligraphy, candle making, fabric flowers methods are also given in this book. This book also contains information about clay, crepe and tissue paper, decoupage and ethicing glass. Gilding and glittering details also given in the book. Jewelry making methods are also given in the book. This book also contains marbleizing, matting and framing, nature crafts in detail. Origami and paper folding are also given in the book along with china painting and glass. Paper cutting and punching also given in this book. Photo projects, rope craft and rubber stamping is explained in the book. Soap making steps are also given. Tin punching and wire work also given in the book. Details about tools and materials and theory basic techniques is given in the book.

6. “An Introduction To The Bleaching, Dyeing, Printing And Finishing Of Textiles” by EIRI Board

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“An Introduction To The Bleaching, Dyeing, Printing And Finishing Of Textiles” Book Review: This book is designed for students from textile industry backgrounds. Introduction about the topic is given in the beginning of the book. Information about natural fibers, its different types are given in the book. Principles and manufacture of yarn and types of yarn are explained in the book. This book also contains details about fabric manufacture and production of other non woven fabrics. Bleaching, dyeing, printing and finishing methods are also explained in this book. This book also contains information about rotary printing and dyeing on cotton/synthetic textile in a detailed manner. Printing and types of printing textile is given in the book. This book also contains details about readymade garments.

7. “Silk Dyeing, Printing and Finishing” by G H Hurst

“Silk Dyeing, Printing and Finishing” Book Review: This book is designed for students from textile industry backgrounds. Details about origin, structure, composition and properties of wild silks are given at the start of the book. Boiling off and bleaching of silks is also explained in the book. Dyeing on coal tar blacks and dyeing of fancy colours on silk and weighting of silk is explained in the book. This book also contains dyeing mixed silk fabrics in a detailed manner. Silk printing and silk dyeing and finishing machinery is explained in detail. Yarn dyeing, piece dyeing and silk finishing machinery is also explained. Examination and assaying of raw and dyed silk is given in the book.

8. “The Chemical Technology Of Textile Fibres – Their Origin, Structure, Preparation, Washing, Bleaching, Dyeing, Printing And Dressing” by Georg Von Georgievics

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“The Chemical Technology Of Textile Fibres – Their Origin, Structure, Preparation, Washing, Bleaching, Dyeing, Printing And Dressing” Book Review: This book is designed for students from textile industry backgrounds. The basic introduction about the textile fibers is given in the start of the book. Animal fiber details are also given in this book. Methods of washing, bleaching and carbonising are explained in the book. Mordants types and mordanting methods are also given in this book. This book also contains the classification, applications of dyeing theory and its manufacturing scale. Printing methods and different types are also given in the book. This book also contains information about dressing and its application along with finishing and details of substances used in finishing.

9. “Technology of Textiles – Spinning and Weaving, Dyeing, Drying, Printing and Bleaching” by Eiri Board

“Technology of Textiles – Spinning and Weaving, Dyeing, Drying, Printing and Bleaching” Book Review: This book is designed for students from textile industry backgrounds. Construction of fabric is explained in the start of the book. The classification of yarn is also given. Spinning fundamentals and ultra-fine fibers details are given in the book. Textile dyeing and textile fibre properties are also given in this book. Souring and drying of fabric is also given. This book also contains textile printing and leaching of textile and its product. Ultrasonic dyeing of cotton with reactive dyes is also given in this book. Super absorbent polymer properties and applications are also given in the book. Mechanical structure problems of staple yarn is also explained. Improving dye uptake of natural fibers is also explained in the book. Modern development in knitting technology is also given. Processing technology for cotton garments is explained. This book also contains details about Hosiery products. Suppliers of textile machinery, chemical, dyes, cotton cloth are given in a detailed manner. Making of silk fabric wrinkle free is also given in the book.

10. “Dyeing and Printing: A handbook (Small-scale Textiles)” by John Foulds

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“Dyeing and Printing: A handbook (Small-scale Textiles)” Book Review: This book is designed for students from textile industry backgrounds. The basic principle and processes of the topic are given at the beginning of the book. Simple methods of testing are also explained in this book. This book also contains planning for production detail. Chemical dyeing methods are also given in a detailed manner along with printing techniques.

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