My little skein of yummy, bouncy Bowmont got dyed with food colors into a nice turquoise. This was a learning experience, because British food colors aren't the same as American ones and not all of them will dye wool. The I'd Dye for Britain Ravelry group has a thread full of great information on this.
The pink Calorimetries were the standard pattern, knit flat with a button - for my own one, I decided to mix it up. I cast on to knit in the round.
Because Calorimetry is made of up short rows, the majority of the knitting is exactly the same as a flat version. The only difference is the first few and last few rows which are knit around. I never used the button on my previous Calorimetry, so this was an ideal modification for me. I knit it in a single evening at Knit Night.
There aren't a lot of flocks of Bowmont sheep around, but Bowmont is gaining notoriety as "the British Merino" - there has been some commercial Bowmont yarn produced, Bowmont Braf, and also a small range of Bowmont knitwear. It's certainly the softest British sheep I've ever felt - only the finest Shetland could compete.