Debbie Bliss

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Debbie Bliss

Postby Brambleberry » Fri Jan 10, 2014 7:20 pm

Her pure wool can't remember name, i have never seen so many joins in balls of wool in my life…sometimes as many as six, and the join age was very small…and stupidly thinking I could trust DB I left them…bit mistake…now have a cardigan washed and full of holes!

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Re: Debbie Bliss

Postby Sunhat lady » Fri Jan 10, 2014 8:09 pm

and in another thread I've been praising her Rialto aran for its softness and springiness - just goes to show, there can be faults anywhere

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Re: Debbie Bliss

Postby Aisles » Sat Jan 11, 2014 10:48 am

It just takes one or two balls and you spend ages undoing the knots and weaving in the ends into your knitting. :(

If you knit with knots in your yarn unfortuantly once you wash the garment the knots will come undone and you will end up with holes in your knitting :cry:

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Re: Debbie Bliss

Postby Alison h » Sun Jan 12, 2014 8:46 am

So sorry you have had a problem. Normally Debbie Bliss yarns are lovely. I did have problems once with the Donegal Tweed breaking, but as I was only knitting something small it didn't matter too much.

I normally buy Debbie Bliss from Black Sheep Yarns when they are discounted. Service is good too.
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