The printed cloth was printed and dyed with earth white cloth. It was very popular during the Tang and Song Dynasties and reached its peak in the Ming and Qing Dynasties. Before the founding of the People's Republic of China, the Lingbao dyeing industry was about 100 stores, distributed in county towns, townships and major villages, and the business was booming. When making, first soak the white cloth in water, stir it with bean noodles and gypsum, make a plate with hard oil paper, engrave flowers, birds, insects, fish patterns, spread the plate on white cloth, print with a scraper, and then throw people Dyeing in the dyeing tank, the deposit on the peeling pattern after drying in the shade. Printed cloth has been loved by people and used as a must-have for dowry and clothes. After the founding of the People's Republic of China, the development of the textile printing and dyeing industry gradually replaced this traditional craft.
Printed cloth: The fabric is rinsed, the impurities are removed, and various patterns are printed. After finishing, the product is printed. The grey cloth can not be directly used for printing, but must be bleached and refined to remove impurities and woven pulp, remove the wax, grease and the like on the fiber to ensure the quality of printing and the fastness of coloring.