Weld Natural Dye, Reseda luteola, Leaves, Stems, Flowers
Weld was an important historical dye for the yellow it produces.
It was also used as a top dye with indigo or woad to produce greens, which are difficult to find in natural dyes.
Colors yielded will vary depending on mordant used and water ph.
The mordants used on yarn samples in picture are from left to right: alum, tin, and iron.
There should be enough to dye 1/2 pound of dry fiber.
The item purchased is the bag of weld in picture.
The last picture is of our Weld plants.
If sent to a Pennsylvania address, Pennsylvania State Sales Tax applies,
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