A Taste Of Spring

If you are one of countless fans who falls head over heels for all things Bliss, mark your calendar, the latest issue of Debbie’s magazine is set to hit store shelves next week.  With thousands of followers on Facebook, and undeniably known as the most published knitwear designer, Debbie Bliss may quite possibly hold another title as well, as the ultimate ‘yarn whisperer’.  Cover to cover, this issue is an emporium of fresh styles, with inspiring articles, recipes, and how-to’s.  Here is a sneak peek inside the pages of the Spring/Summer 2011 issue, its heading in a new direction, or as Debbie puts it, “from now on it will feature all new designs.”

Make a quick call to your LYS to be first in line to reserve a copy.

Debbie Bliss Spring/Summer 2011

Angel graces the cover, with all the allure of lace in a whispery weight shrug.  Knit in Soft Lilac, one of eighteen shades in Debbie Bliss’s newest spin of luxury- 76% super kid mohair and 24% silk. 

Sweetly Feminine

Bella is making its debut appearance this Spring, a smooth and supple composition of cotton and silk with a sprinkle of cashmere, available soon in a warm palette of sixteen shades.  Ecru, Claret, Old Rose, and Pear blend naturally together as part of the Fabulous Florals Collection in a lightweight cardigan that stirs up memories of needlepoint motifs with intricate rose and leaf detail.   

Angel Kid Mohair

In Tangerine and Sky Blue, a sampling of two more designs knit in Angel.

For the Home in Rialto Aran

Intarsia is hot again, and the latest Debbie Bliss magazine features step-by-step instructions to motivate first-timers into trying this technique.  Splashes of colour brighten up the home in Rialto Aran, extrafine merino wool that spells a big w-o-w with more than thirty shades to choose from.

Poppy Dress

Sweet and sassy, and just right for play dates in Spring.  Debbie’s A-line jumper is knit in Baby Cashmerino with a bright, bold flower for accent in fuchsia or any one of the extensive colour selection.

2 Responses to “A Taste Of Spring”

  1. S Perry says:

    I just picked up my copy today and could hardly wait for the ride home to go through it. There are so many pretty things, and I really enjoy the format of the magazine. thanks for the early look inside.

  2. Gina says:

    ooh, so feminine, and finally no more repeat patterns!

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