It’s Sweater Weather – Top 5 Mary Maxim Sweaters

The crisp air leads to guilty pleasures.  There is something special that happens when you cozy up on a cool fall day with a cup of coffee or tea, a hand-knit sweater, and a good book.  Sometimes we knitters and crocheters may even feel a little guilty for enjoying the same cold weather that forces our loved ones to wear their handmade hats and gloves as they venture outdoors.  This week on our blog we are featuring: It’s Sweater Weather -Top 5 Mary Maxim Sweaters.

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Top 5 Mary Maxim Sweaters


1. Textured Serape (Knit)

The Textured Serape is an intermediate knit using a 32″ circular needle, size 9 (5.5mm).  The one below is shown knitted in Mary Maxim’s Aran Irish Tweed but the Textured Serape is also available in Mary Maxim Aran Irish Twist.  It’s easy to see why we enjoy designing with our Aran Irish yarns.  The textures in this medium weight knit are beautifully displayed in this simple classic cardigan.

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2. Ribbed Ragg Serape

Stylish and Comfy!  The Ribbed Ragg Serape is knit using our Starlette and Starlette Ragg yarns (Shown in Starlette Black, and Grey Ragg) using a 36″ circular needle, size 10.75 (7 mm), and 36″ circular needles 10.5 (6.50 mm).  The Ribbed Ragg Serape is an easy and fun knit where one size fits most and can be customized for fit preferences.

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3. Quick and Easy Jacket

The Quick and Easy Jacket is knit with our Marvelous Chunky Yarn (shown in Chocolate Mint) using size 10.5 (6.5 mm) needles, and 36″ circular needles size 15 (10 mm).  When we think of walking through the under forest or getting warm by the fire on a crisp day with a cup of cocoa, we think of doing so in this sweater.

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4.  Everyday Tunic

The Everyday Tunic is an incredibly soft sweater with a loose easy fit.  You will want to wear this sweater every day.  Knit it using size 10 (6 mm) needles in our Natural Alpaca Tweed.  Stay comfortable and fashionable this fall in this ombre design.

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5. Comfy Cabled Poncho

Fall is for ponchos as Spring is for floral dresses.  Knit this comfy poncho using Starlette and Starlette Ragg (shown in Black, Black Ragg, and Grey).  This one size fits most design is knit with size 9 (5.5 mm) 24″ circular needles, and size 9 (5.5 mm) 36″ circular needles.

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See more Mary Maxim Sweater Kits here

 


October’s Blog Exclusive Sneek Peak

Take a quick peek of October’s Blog Exclusive.  What do you think we’re making?

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Shopping List:

Maximum Value Yarn
2 Balls of White
2 Balls of Pumpkin
2 Balls of Yellow

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Q (16 mm) Hook

 

 


Stay Tuned!

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Gwen Bautista

I was introduced to the fiber arts like many crafters by my great-grandmother. She was determined that if I ever needed to repair some socks or make myself a sweater then I would know how. Little did she know that it has led to a rather large yarn hoarding addiction and fascination with needles. As a life long crafter I am always learning new techniques and improving my skills.

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