Popular Mechanics, heinäkuu 1928
Dyeing fabrics and other materials without the use of liquids is now possible through the introduction of a special kind of crayon dye. The design or picture is traced with the crayons in the colors desired upon paper and then transferred to the cloth with a hot iron. Blotting paper is placed on both sides of the fabric. if wanted, designs already drawn upon transfer paper, may be obtained. The crayon dyes are furnished in a wide variety of shades, will not damage the cloth and are easier to use. Since the pattern is first applied to the paper, there is less danger of spoiling the fabric.