dyeing, tinting, tie-dyeing, home economics department
Cooperative Extension Service, South Dakota State College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts
In the present day the house wife wants to make use of every available article of clothing. Nothing will help her renew the appearance of old clothes more than the use of dyes. There are many kinds of dyes used by the manufacturers of textile fabrics, but the house-held dyes are the only ones practical for the inexperienced dyer because they can be bought in small quantities and do not require the use of chemical to set the color.
Linfield, Azalea, "Dyeing, Tinting, and Tie-Dyeing" (1924). SDSU Extension Circulars. 152.