Tail: Black and yellow married
Ribbing: Gold tinsel
Body: Crimson floss
Wing: Black stripe over yellow; (may be married). *
* The original Babcock wing dressing was full sections of yellow quill with a separate black stripe over. ‘Black stripe over yellow’ is the actual ingredient listing and would seem to indicate thusly. This would be a mixed wing, rather than a married wing. Despite the traditional dressing I usually tie the Babcock with a married wing as shown.