Debbie Bliss Angel Print Yarn Reviews

With the same delicately soft look and feel of Angel, Angel Print is perfect for those projects that need a bit more color in them! It is a mohair and silk blend that creates a lofty fabric with a lovely halo.

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Product Information (for 07)

Gauge (sts. / inch):
Physical Weight:
Primary Fiber:
Secondary Fiber:
Specific Fiber:
76% Superkid Mohair, 24% Silk
US Needle:
Washing Instructions:
Hand Wash
DK (21-24 sts/4 in)
220    Knitting Calculator  View Knitting Calculator
Dye Method:
  Machine Dyed
Fiber Type:
  Mostly Animal
Put Up:
Twist Energy:
  Low (Drapey)
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Overall Angel Print Rating: 4.3 out of 5 stars (4.3 based on 3 reviews)

so elegant. 4 out of 5 stars (4 out of 5)
Beautiful color
By 4mugglemom on Apr 30, 2015      (read 4mugglemom's 4 other reviews) 2 out of 4 found this review helpful
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Angel Print is Heavenly 5 out of 5 stars (5 out of 5)
This is my first time using a fluffy mohair yarn, so keep in mind that I have no basis of comparison. I am making a little Baktus scarf in garter stitch with the one that is brown, red, green, and grey. The color is called Matisse. This yarn is so soft and beautiful, the striping is long and gentle. My hands didn't know how to use it at first, but once I got going my stitches became uniform and so lofty. Debbie Bliss Angel Print is heavenly to work with.
By JLM924 on Apr 18, 2015      (read JLM924's 2 other reviews) 5 out of 12 found this review helpful
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I'm loving this yarn! 4 out of 5 stars (4 out of 5)
I'm knitting a simple stocking stitch shawl, the pattern for which calls for Kidsilk Haze, but I wanted to use this yarn as it was on sale. I'd never used a yarn like this and didn't know what to expect, but after a slow start where I realized I needed to change to a different colored needle the wooden needles I was using were too close to the yarn color to see the stitches easily, I'm finding it really satisfying to knit with. For me, a wooden needle and pulling the yarn from the outside make things go smoothly.
By YarnNurse on Mar 10, 2015      (read YarnNurse's 1 other review) 6 out of 10 found this review helpful
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