Yellow Shades On Wool





The number of yellow dye-stuffs is very great, and the variety of

tints infinite. Yellow may be dyed with both natural and artificial

dye-stuffs, and the recipes given will include examples showing the

use of both kinds. Speaking generally, yellow dye-stuffs include

amongst them some of the fastest colours known, and there is a larger

proportion of fast yellow colouring matters than of any other class of

dye-stuffs.



#With Acid Yellows.# Bright Yellow.--Make the dye-bath with 1 lb. Fast

Yellow F Y, 10 lb. Glauber's salt, and 2 lb. sulphuric acid, working

at the boil to shade.



Olive Yellow.--Prepare the dye-bath with 1 lb. Azo Carmine, (p. 124)

1-1/2 oz. indigo carmine, 1/2 lb. Fast Yellow, 10 lb. Glauber's salt,

and 2 lb. sulphuric acid, working at the boil to shade.



Maize Yellow.--Prepare a dye-bath with 5 lb. acetate of ammonia,

3 oz. Anthracene Yellow C, 1/4 oz. Diamine Fast Red F. Work for twenty

minutes at the boil, then add 3 lb. bisulphate of soda; work half an

hour longer, and then wash and dry.



Bright Canary.--Prepare a dye-bath with 4 lb. bisulphate of soda,

1/2 lb. Nitrazine Yellow. Heat the bath to about 120 deg. F., enter the

goods and heat up to the boil, and work till the bath is exhausted,

then lift; add to the dye-bath 3 lb. alum, 3 lb. tin spirits; re-enter

the goods, and boil for twenty minutes longer; lift, wash and dry.



Bright Straw.--Dye with 3 oz. Phenoflavine and 20 lb. bisulphate of

soda.



Straw.--Make the dye-bath with 1-1/4 oz. Azo Yellow, 1 dr.

Cyanine B, 1 dr. Chromotrop 2 R, 10 lb. Glauber's salt, and 1 lb.

sulphuric acid.



Greenish Straw.--Dye with 1/4 oz. Cyanine B, 1 oz. Victoria Yellow,

1/4 oz. Chromotrop 2 B, 10 lb. Glauber's salt, and 1 lb. sulphuric

acid.



Olive Yellow.--Mordant with 3 lb. bichromate of potash and 1 lb.

sulphuric acid; dye with 3 lb. Milling yellow O and 1 lb. acetic acid.



Bright Yellow.--A good shade is dyed in a bath of 2 lb. Milling

yellow O, 10 lb. Glauber's salt, and 2 lb. sulphuric acid, working at

the boil.



Olive Yellow.--Dye with 1-1/2 lb. Titan Yellow R, 10 lb. common

salt, and 1 lb. acetic acid; after the colour has fully gone on to the

wool, add to the bath 1-1/2 lb. fluoride of chrome and maintain at the

boil for half an hour; then lift, wash and dry.



Deep Yellow.--The dye-bath is made with 1-1/2 lb. Titan (p. 125)

Yellow R, 10 lb. common salt, and 1 lb. acetic acid, working at the

boil to shade.



Yellow.--A good shade is dyed with 1-1/2 lb. Titan Yellow Y, 10 lb.

common salt, and 1/2 lb. acetic acid, working at the boil to shade.



Golden Yellow.--Mordant with 3 lb. bichromate of potash and 2 lb.

tartar; dye with 1 lb. Anthracene Yellow C.



Deep Golden Yellow.--Make the dye-bath with 3 lb. Anthracene

Yellow C, and 3 lb. bisulphate of soda. Work at the boil for half an

hour, then lift; add 3 lb. fluoride of chrome, re-enter the wool and

work at the boil for another half-hour, then wash and dry.



Deep Olive Yellow.--Mordant with 3 lb. bichromate of potash and

2 lb. tartar; dye with 20 lb. fustic extract. This gives a very deep

shade of olive Yellow.



Bright Lemon Yellow.--Make the dye-bath with 10 lb. Gambine Yellow,

7 lb. alum, and 2 lb. oxalic acid. Enter cold, then slowly heat to the

boil and work to shade; then lift, wash and dry.



Leaf Yellow.--Mordant with 3 lb. bichromate of potash and 1/2 lb.

sulphuric acid; then dye with 2 lb. Gambine Y and 1 lb. Yellow N.



Deep Leaf Yellow.--A somewhat deeper shade than the last is dyed by

first mordanting with 2 lb. bichromate of potash and 1/2 lb. sulphuric

acid, then dyeing with 2 lb. Gambine R and 1 lb. Yellow N.



Lemon Yellow.--Prepare a bath with 40 lb. fustic, 6 lb. alum, 6 lb.

tartar, and 3/4 lb. tin crystals; enter the wool and work at the boil

for one and a half hours, then lift, wash and dry.



Olive Yellow.--Mordant, 3 lb. bichromate of potash and 2 lb. tartar;

dye, 3 lb. extract of fustic.



Deep Lemon.--Mordant, 3 lb. bichromate of potash and 2 lb. tartar;

dye, 1 lb. Alizarine Yellow G G W.



Golden Yellow.--Mordant, 3 lb. bichromate of potash and 1 lb. (p. 126)

sulphuric acid; dye, 10 lb. Alizarine Yellow G G W.



Light Straw.--Make the dye-bath with 3 oz. Anthracene Yellow B N,

5 lb. acetate of ammonia, and 3 lb. bisulphate of soda; work at the

boil to shade, then lift, wash and dry.



Old Gold.--A very fine shade of old gold is obtained by dyeing in a

bath of 3 lb. Anthracene Yellow C, 5 lb. acetate of ammonia, and 3 lb.

bisulphate of soda. Work at the boil for three-quarters of an hour,

then lift; add to the dye-bath 3 lb. fluoride of chrome, re-enter the

wool, and work for one and a half hours longer at the boil; lift, wash

and dry.



Deep Yellow.--Mordant, 3 lb. bichromate of potash and 2-1/2 lb.

tartar; dye, 2 lb. Mordant Yellow D.



Pale Olive Yellow.--Dye with 3 lb. Anthracene Yellow G G, 10 lb.

Glauber's salt, and 2 lb. acetic acid; after the dye-bath is exhausted

of colour add 3 lb. fluoride of chrome, and work at the boil half an

hour longer.



Gold Yellow.--Dye with 3 lb. Anthracene Yellow B N, 10 lb. Glauber's

salt, and 3 lb. acetic acid; after half an hour's boil, add 1-1/2 lb.

bichromate of potash, work for half an hour longer.



Gold Yellow.--Dye with 2 lb. Indian Yellow R, 10 lb. Glauber's salt,

and 2 lb. sulphuric acid.





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