. You will need 2 balls. We’ve made it in the fab Bramley Baths. Named after the British wildflower Sea Holly whose Tall blue-green flowers and sharp angular features give it a distinctive appearance. Fun fact: Sea Holly isn’t related to the red-berried holly common to Christmas decorations – its actually part of the carrot family!
baa ram ewe Pip Colourwork – Bramley Baths – 2 balls (Pompom shown in Rose Window – 1 ball is required for a 7cm [2¾ in] pompom)
You will need a 2.5mm/ US 1.5 circular needle, 32″/40cm long or 2.5mm/US 1.5 set of five double-pointed needles and a a 2.75mm/ US 1.5 circular needle, 32″/40cm long or 2.75mm/US 1.5 set of five double-pointed needles. You’ll also need a cable needle and a stitch marker.