This pattern combines Fair Isle with Bohus knitting to create a unique hat. It is inspired by the Primrose, which grows wild in the Uradale valley and is called Mayflooer in Shetland dialect.
For more on the traditional Swedish Bohus technique, which combines knit and purl stitches to create an interplay not only with colours but also with texture, see, for example, What is Bohus Knitting? by The Little Wool Company.
50g Bilberry Heath
25g Ling Heath
25g Forget-Me-Not Heath
25g Sundew Heath
25g Deergrass Heath
25g Tormentil Heath
1x Mayflooer Kep pattern print-out
Carriage is £4.40 per order in the UK, £9 in EU, £17 rest of world.