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Spotlight Debbie Bliss Party Angel

Debbie Bliss’ beautiful Angel yarn is ready for the holidays with the addition of a touch of metallic polyester thread.

Party Angel Leaflet coverThe new blend is called “Party Angel” and comes in ten colors, five with a silver color and five with a gold color. Party Angel is a 72% Superkid Mohair, 24% Silk, 4% Metallic Polyester blend, that comes in 220 yard (25 gram) balls. The suggested gauge is 5.5 sts per inch on a US 5 needle.

Debbie has released a leaflet with two patterns featuring this yarn.

Stole detailThis beautiful stole takes five balls of Party Angel. What a dramatic addition to your holiday outfit this will be!

It will be warm on your shoulders, but lightweight enough to comfortably loop on your arms if the room is warm.

The stole is shown in color #1-Black, silver.

Party Angel ShrugIf shawls aren’t your style, this pretty shrug should suit your needs. The simple design lets the sparkle of the yarn shine through.

People will admire your outfit, but you’ll know it was easy to knit each half and sew them together in the middle. The collar adds some warmth and structure.

The shrug is shown in color #6-Fuschia, Gold.

The original Angel yarn has six new colors. Angel is a 76% Super Kid Mohair, 24% Silk blend that comes in 220 yard (25 gram) balls and also has a suggested gauge of 5.5 sts per inch on US 5 needles.

With the same yardage and gauge you could easily substitute Party Angel in a pattern originally calling for Angel.

Child's Top in AngelRemember those cute children’s patterns in the Fall/Winter 2011 issue of Debbie Bliss Magazine? I bet little girls would love a version with a little glitter!

As always, you can find this yarn and the accompanying patterns at your local yarn store.

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  1. I there supposed to be a link to the shrug pattern? Because it goes to a deadend

  2. Hi Robyn.
    I just tested all the links in the Party Angel post and they worked for me.
    Can you be a little more specific?

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