|Subject||:||"I got the natural dyed madder run red blues"|
|Author||:||Patrick Weiler mailto:%firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Date||:||11-13-2000 on 09:43 p.m.|
Your experience is one I had suspected might happen, especially since
many of the Turkmen lived in areas where water was a valuable commodity.
And you did not even need to sacrifice a valuable antique weaving!
|Subject||:||Another Interim Summary|
|Author||:||Steve Price mailto:%email@example.com|
|Date||:||11-14-2000 on 06:25 a.m.|
This seems like a good time to update the interim summary I posted a
few days ago, in which I listed the explanations for stray reds that had
come up in our discussions. The first five are a repeat, reproduced here
for your convenience:
|Subject||:||Re:"I got the natural dyed madder run red blues"|
|Author||:||Vincent Keers mailto:%firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Date||:||11-14-2000 on 11:57 a.m.|
You forgot: Grandchildren redesigning the rug.
I think it's useful to make a difference between badly executed and
handled or rightly executed and handled.
Well done natural dyes do not run.