A Quick Glimpse Inside

Its that time of year again, the gathering of little bits and pieces of warm and fuzzy inspiration for Autumn knitting, and what better way to start the creative ball rolling than with a quick glimpse inside the Fall/Winter 2011 Debbie Bliss knitting magazine.  Just take a look at the cover and you will know this issue will be grabbed off the shelves faster than you can say, “Hottest, Newest, Latest!!”

The magazine arrives in just a few weeks, so be sure to make a call to your LYS today and be the first on the list to reserve your copy. 

Cover Shot in Riva

Irresistible colour jumps right off the cover in Riva, Debbie’s latest offering in her quality line-up.  A merino mix chunky creating plenty of buzz amongst knitters will be available this month in a mouth-watering spectrum of self-striping options.  Oh, by the way, the answer to the most asked question- that is shade no. 2 (heather) on the cover.

Wrap Style Cardi

Please your palette with a vintage Bordeaux in the all new Paloma, a blend of baby alpaca with a swish of merino.  This is an incredibly light yarn, one of the ingenious cork-like yarns gaining momentum for the coming season.  Did you notice this wrap plays double duty as a cardigan? 

Little Tunic in Angel

Now that Angel has been making a splash here and across the ocean, Debbie sets her sights on designing for little darlings.  Six vibrant new shades have just floated down into the collection.    

Party Wrap in Angel

Its dress up time!  Why not treat a favorite niece or granddaughter to a sugary sweet shoulder wrap knit in Angel, and let her pick a special shade- blush, purple, soft lilac, or lime (shown above).   

Riva Shawl

A mosaic of rich reds sets the tone for Autumn in an entrelac shawl design, knit in Riva.  Gorgeous in cherry, or any one of the other eleven intriguing colourways.  

Wild n Woolly Pillows

The call of the wild is answered in a trio of plush and fanciful pillows.  Take your pick from leopard spots or tiger stripes, and try your hand at intarsia knitting.  A fun project to knit in Cashmerino Aran, presenting eight brand new shades for Fall. 

Fairisle Cardigan

Never one to stray too far from the classics, Debbie tempts us into the mood for fairisle once again with this head-turning cardigan knit in Rialto 4 ply, extrafine merino wool that feels like the ultimate indulgence in luxury knitting.

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