Cranberry red bramble knit jumper made in Scotland by Ally Bee
Red Cranberry Jumper in British Bluefaced Leicester wool from Ally Bee
Ally Bee Cranberry Bramble Bee Jumper in British Wool

Bramble Knit Jumper - wool, moss stitch

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LAST ONE IN STOCK! Bramble moss stitch Ally Bee jumper knitted in British Bluefaced Leicester wool. This raglan-sleeve jumper has a regular fit with a round crew neck and ribbed hem and cuffs. Looks great teamed with jeans, a skirt or this year's stylish wide leg Palomo trousers.

-  100% British Bluefaced Leicester wool

-  Moss stitch body

-  Round crew neck, raglan sleeve jumper

Available in: CRANBERRY RED 

Care: Gentlest hand wash, dry flat. May be dry-cleaned.


Made in Scotland




British Bluefaced Leicester

British Bluefaced Leicester in the Ally Bee collection is sourced from a will in Yorkshire and spun from the fleece procured from the British Wool Marketing Board. British Bluefaced Leicester, as with all wool made from British-reared sheep, is a non-mulesed wool. The cream coloured Bluefaced Leicester in the collection is natural, undyed wool. The coloured wool yarns are dyed in small quantities in a dyeing unit in the Scottish Borders in small quantities using dyes compliant with strict local environmental regulation.


Manufacturing & Fair Labour

This Ally Bee item is crafted in a small, well-respected factory in Hawick in the Scottish Borders, in a region renowned for long-established artisanal knitwear manufacturing techniques. The process involves setting up manually operated hand-frame knitwear machines, hand-linking of garments, a short washing process and skillful finishing. While no factory audits are carried out by Ally Bee, our long-standing working relationship with the factory, consistently high quality work and lack of employee churn speaks volumes about the favourable work conditions and employment standards.


Sustainability Values

Sustainability is intrinsic across the Ally Bee supply chain - from the sourcing of sustainable yarns, to manufacturing in small quantities to avoid the little discussed fashion industry practice of ‘dead-stock’ dumping, to our paper packaging, tags and plastic-free packaging tape.