This Baa Ram Ewe favourite is back with even more shades than before! These small worsted wool 4ply yarn balls are designed to be used in colourwork garments or small knits like hats or mittens. Pip Colourwork is the dyed Pip range, see Pip Naturals for the undyed range. This fibre dyed yarn comes in a selection of beautiful shades, with many that feature subtle hints of additional colour.
Made with 100% British wool, each wool fleece is carefully graded by hand and comes from sheep that are cared for by British farmers that adhere to strict ethical standards.
100% of our wool comes from non-mulesed sheep.
Yarn weight: 4ply (2 ends hold together to create a DK)
Approximate meterage: 464m/504yds per 100g (116m/126yds per 25g)
Ball size: 25g
Tension/gauge swatch: 37 rows, 28 sts to 10cm/4” (3mm needle)
Suggested needle size: 2.75-3.25mm
Composition: 100% British Wool (worsted wool)
Under 2kg – Standard delivery – £4.50
2kg to 30kg – Standard delivery – £8.50
We put our heart and soul into all our products to ensure you are happy with your order, however, if for any reason you would like to return your item, then it is a very quick and simple process!
If you wish to return an order, then please do so within 14 days after the order date.
To be eligible for a return, your item must be unused and in the same condition that you received it.
Shipping and postal costs for returns are the responsibility of the buyer.
In the event of a return being necessary due to an error on our part or the item being faulty, Shipping and Postal costs will be refunded in full to the buyer.
If you wish to return your parcel after it arrives you need to contact us either by phone or by email. Returns need to be sent out to our address at Baa Ram Ewe, Unit 13K, Warth Mill, Huddersfield Rd, Diggle, Saddleworth OL3 5PJ together with the packing note inside.
If you have any queries regarding returning your order, please email email@example.com with your order number and we will get back to you within 2 working days.
Hand wash and dry flat.
For more information on how to care for your knitwear, see Baa Ram Ewe’s handy guide.