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Calico is a plain-woven textile made from unbleached and often not fully processed cotton. It may contain unseparated husk parts ...

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Define calico printing: the process of making fast-color designs on cotton fabrics, especially calico.

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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, ...

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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.

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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 ...

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May 25, 2016 ... ORIGINS 014' ENGLISH CALICO PRINTING. 255. A PPLLICATIONS. As is secn from the Rf values given in Table TI. many commercial dyes ...

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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, ...

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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 ...

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calico-printing: The art of impressing designs in color upon cloth.