Welcome to TurkoTek's Discussion Forums

Archived Salons and Selected Discussions can be accessed by clicking on those words, or you can return to the Turkotek Home Page. Our forums are easy to use, and you are welcome to read and post messages without registering. However, registration will enable a number of features that make the software more flexible and convenient for you, and you need not provide any information except your name (which is required even if you post without being registered). Please use your full name. We do not permit posting anonymously or under a pseudonym, ad hominem remarks, commercial promotion, comments bearing on the value of any item currently on the market or on the reputation of any seller. Turkotek Discussion Forums - View Single Post - A Tale of Two Books

View Single Post
Old December 14th, 2010, 02:33 PM   #4
Yaser Al Saghrjie
Members
 
Join Date: Nov 2010
Location: damascus
Posts: 2
Default

hi joel;
i wish i could get rid of my science related complex but it looks like when it comes to dyes even Ethel Mairet shares my view; in her book Indigo Jenny Balfour-Paul quoted her saying: " dying is an art; the moment science dominates it, it is an art no longer, and the craftsmman must go back to the time before science touched it, and begin all over a gain." page 115
Yaser Al Saghrjie is offline   Reply With Quote