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hands of a dye worker

Dye Worker’s Hands by Thomas J. Abercrombie (National Geographic Magazine) A teenage worker uses dye-stained hands to hold a tangled nest of red yarn. The boy lives in Khulm (formerly Tashkurgan), Afghanistan, a town noted for trade in sheep and wool.

Dying of wool for rugs

lisa-rayner: “ artinparsi: “ Dyeing of wool for rugs ” I like how you get to watch the yarn bubbling in the dye pots and see samples of the finished yarn at the same time. Wikipedia says, “A Parsi or.

Africa | Stitch and tie resist indigo dyed textile | 1950s | Cotton, with bast fibre ties

Africa, Stitch and tie resist indigo dyed textile, Cotton, with bast fibre ties.

Africa | Mahmoudi (woman's mantle) from the Berber people from the border of Tunisia and Libya | Wool with cotton supplementary patterns, tie-dyed at ends. The piece is dyed after weaving and the cotton resists the indigo.

Tunisian Berber people, from the border of Tunisia & Libya, 'mahmoudi' or woman's wool mantle, with cotton supplementary patterns, tie-dyed at ends. The piece is dyed after weaving; the cotton resists the indigo.

"Hope" black and white photography by Sarah Treanor \ Self Portrait \ hand \ flower \ grief \ fine art photography \ wall art \ Etsy \ for sale

Still, Life, Photographer Sarah Treanor Takes Moving Self-Portraits To Cope With Her Fiance's Death

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