Welcome to that familiar place, a warm, and tranquil state of ‘hiberknit’ where wintry gusts and whiteouts swirl around outside while we happily knit away inside. It may not be the customary deep freeze that we Canadians are used to, but don’t you just crave a fresh breath of Spring air, and a flash of lively colour to chase away the blahs?
Peek inside the Spring/Summer 2012
knitting magazine from Debbie Bliss
, its hot off the press and ready for pick up at your LYS this week. Your spirits will instantly be lifted with a parade of rosy pinks, trendy chevrons, classic stripes, and nautical knits. Cosy up your home with textured accessories stitched in a palette of coffee and cream, and try out Nell’s latest recipe for oatcakes. Don’t miss the special journal section highlighting Debbie and Nell’s exciting Autumn visit to Ontario and Nova Scotia. Cheers to Canada!!
Debbie Bliss Spring/Summer 2012
The perfect remedy for a cold day= a hot cup of tea, some biscuits, and a copy of the latest Bliss magazine….
Seafaring days are not too far-off, with this section devoted especially to little captains and maritime sailors in classic motifs that never go out of style.
Summer Shimmer in Party Angel
Shimmer is back for warm weather days and little lacy knits have never looked more tempting to try. Knit in a fanciful grey/blue hue from the Party Angel catalog.
Sheath Tunic in Party Angel
Cast on a wispy strand of kid mohair enhanced with silk and metallic thread to knit up this dramatic vine and leaf design. Knit in ‘chamois’ Party Angel.
Rosy Tone Knits
Heirloom lace gets a modern makeover in deep magenta Rialto Lace, the newest quality from Debbie Bliss, a superfine twist of merino superwash presented in twenty terrific tones.
Missoni-inspired chevron stripes are everywhere this Spring! Six sassy shades in Bella knit up into a roomy slipover with built-in sleeves.