We’re excited to have two patterns featuring Debbie Bliss yarns in the 30th Anniversary issue of Vogue Knitting magazine.
The Fall 2012 issue goes on sale September 4 and promises to be as needle tempting as ever.
We’re excited to have our yarns featured in two patterns in the issue.
The first is this fabulous pair of fingerless mitts designed by Debbie Bliss.
Don’t you just love all the rich texture provided by the cables and the bobbles?
Sized for an adult woman, they take two balls of Debbie Bliss Cashmerino Baby yarn.
The pair in the magazine are worked in color #72-Kingfisher, which is one of 14 new colors for the fall.
Cashmerino Baby is a wonderfully soft 55% Merino Wool, 33% Microfiber Acrylic, 12% Cashmere blend yarn with approximately 137 yards per 50g.
Learn more about them in the “Ode to the Aran” section of the VK 360 preview.
The second pattern is this enchanting Batwing Top designed by Nell Bliss and Teresa Conway (Conway + Bliss).
This deceptively simple top is knit cuff-to-cuff in stockinette stitch so even a beginner knitter can tackle it.
The yarn does all the work to create the complicated looking stripes.
Sized for Small/Medium, Large/X-Large, XX-Large the sweater uses 4 (5, 5) balls of the new yarn “Angel Print” in #08 Chagall (purples and pinks).
Angel Print is a multicolor addition to the family that already includes the original Angel and Party Angel, which has Metallic Polyester fibers for extra glamor. This new 76% SuperKid Mohair, 24% Silk blend with approximately 220 yards per 25g is arriving on store shelves with 12 colorways.
By the way, there are eight new colors of the original Angel for the fall and one new color of Party Angel.
Learn more about the Batwing Top in the “Glamour Gallery” section of VK 360.
Look for the magazine and yarns at your local yarn store.