Fairy Fibres

Silken strands swirled in a haze of fluff so incredibly light that only fairies could spin it.  Introducing Angel, the latest addition to the Debbie Bliss Fall/Winter 2010 Collection.  This luxurious lace weight yarn is a blend of superfine kid mohair and silk, highly coveted by knitters for its featherweight quality and sheer layer of warmth. 

Winging its way into yarn shops later this month, Angel will makes its debut in a range of eighteen translucent shades with nine designs to choose from.  Here are a few to tickle your fancy-

Raspberry Cardigan

Capture the incredible lightness of air in a pretty shawl collared cardigan.  Knit in Old Rose, a flattering shade to cheer up the dull days of winter.

Cropped Shrug

Sleeveless dresses will gain a little extra mileage this season with a cropped shrug fitting closely around the neck and shoulders.  Knit in a watery shade of Celadon.

Coral Cardi

The temperature is rising quickly with this spicy little cardigan, knit in a complimentary duet of colour- Salmon and Tangerine.  

Fingerless Gloves in Angel

Whip up a pair of these fingerless gloves for a special someone who appreciates the softer side of life.  Its a touch of luxury that takes just one ball of Angel in Silver Grey.

Angel Shrug

Cocoon yourself in a dreamy oversized shrug this winter.  Knit in a misty shade of Soft Lilac.  

Front View of Angel Shrug

Its the simple one piece construction with a wide ribbed border that makes this shrug an easy one size fits all.  Turn the thermostat down a notch or two and chase the drafts away.

5 Responses to “Fairy Fibres”

  1. Elizabeth says:

    so happy to see the return of kid mohair again!

  2. tania r says:

    great yarn
    great colours
    great designer too!

  3. Erinhorvath Two says:

    i like the big shrug or a shawl knitted in this yarn

  4. Ellen says:

    Angel looks very much like Kid Silk Haze-
    it was one of my alltime favorites for lightness and yardage.

  5. Kat R. says:

    i will be looking forward to knitting with this yarn over the winter.

    any idea when it will be in the stores?

    i am surprised there are no shawls on the pattern list but i have one already picked from ravelry.

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