Here are some suggestions for yellows to golds:
(stigmas) - yellow
flowers, soaked in water) - yellow
- Syrian Rue
(glows under black light)
(whole blossom, leaves and stem); alum mordant; Gold.
Yellow cone flower
(whole flower head); chrome mordant; Brass to Greeney-Brass.
(seeds) - yellow
Queen Anne's Lace
- (plant) - yellow
St. John's Wort -
(flowers & leaves) - gold/yellow
The inner pith of Sumac branches can produce a super bright yellow color.
- (flowers) yellow
also known as Bois d'arc or hedgeapple (heartwood, inner bark, wood, shavings or sawdust) (pale yellow)
flower heads (after they have died); alum mordant
(leaf and root) pale yellow. *careful, because the little fuzzy hairs can make one itchy!
leaves (yellow) if plenty of leaves are boiled and salt added.
( ecru color)
Yellow, Curly, Bitter, or Butter Dock
(despite various leaf shapes, all have a bright yellow taproot) gives you a yellow/flesh color.
White mulberry tree
(bark) Cream color onto white or off-white wool. Alum mordant.
( shade of pale yellow - light orange)
(yellow) (alum & K2Cr2O7)
(spice) --bright yellow
- the one with the yellow flowers. Use the flower heads, some stem ok. It is nearly fluorescent yellow, and quite colorfast on alum mordanted wool.
Red, yellow, orange flowers) make a lovely yellow to orange dye for wool.
-(flowers) - yellow
- Sunflowers -
(flowers) - yellow
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