Calico is a plain-woven textile made from unbleached and often not fully
processed cotton. It may contain unseparated husk parts ...
Define calico printing: the process of making fast-color designs on cotton fabrics,
Acetate of iron, also, is a mordant in frequent use in the printing of calicoes, but
the ... Almost the only dye-stuffs employed by calico printers are indigo, madder, ...
CALICO-PRINTING is the process of imprinting on textile fabrics patterns of one
or more colours on a white or coloured ground. Though, as the name implies, ...
Calico Printing is the art of applying chemicals and colours to the surfaces of
textile fabrics in such a way that patterns of a permanent character are produced.
the art or process of impressing the figured patterns on calico. See also: Calico.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by C. & G. Merriam ...
Calico is rather coarse and light in weight. The pattern is printed on one side by
discharge or resist printing so it generally isn't color fast. It is often sized for ...
In the United States, the word "calico" refers to cotton cloth printed with tiny, tightly
spaced, colorful motifs on a colored background. Because many people ...
The Beginnings of Calico-Printing zi. England. T OWARDS the middle of the
seventeenth century there was a rapid change in the fashions of men's and ...
Calico printing in particular gave great stimulus to the early development of ...
Like other branches of textile manufacture in Lancastria, calico printing has.