물레나물(Hypericum ascyron L.)과 산비장이(Serratuls coronate var. insularis Kitamura)를 이용한 직물의 천연 염색
Natural dyeing of fabrics with Hypericum ascyron L. and Serratuls coronate var. insularis Kitamura
천연염색 물레나물 산비장이;
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In this paper, we took some stalks, flowers, and leaves of the Serratuls coronate var. insularis and Hypericum ascyron which are able to propagate as mass in our wild to extract the dyeing solution, and cotton and silk were dyed using them in many different conditions. We found the following results after analysing the dyeing kinetics. Dyeing characteristics of Serratuls coronate var. insularis and Hypericum ascyron. 1. Silk was dyed darker than cotton with increasing the pH density. Cotton was dyed darkest among Serratuls coronate var. insularis and silk was dyed darkest among Hypericum ascyron if pH was neutral. 2. We found there was not a big difference between silk and cotton in the given condition considering 'Y' values vs. dyeing temperature. However cotton was dyed darker in hypericum ascyron. 3. There was a rapid decreasing of 'Y' values after one to two hours and almost all of dyeing was completed at these times. 4. We found there was a dyeing acceleration at the higher dyeing density and the lower 'Y' value. 5. If the density was low, dyeing attachment was reduced by dyeing ability via the density of liquid in both plants. And we found Serratuls coronate var. insularis affected rather then Hypericum ascyron. 6. Silk was affected higher by mordant dyes in both plants. Fe and Cu had an effect by mordant dyes slightly an Serratuls coronate var. insularis but had no effect on Hypericum ascyron.
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