Mary Maxim Fresh Yarn

Mary Maxim Fresh is a 100% acrylic yarn with the feel and look of cotton. Fresh is available in 8 solid colors and 3 variegated colors, which blend perfectly with the solids. This yarn is considered a DK weight with the suggested needle size of 6 (4.0 mm). Being machine wash and dry-able makes Fresh an excellent choice for baby and child items, but it looks beautiful in any project you choose to use it for!

We have a wide variety of kits on our website featuring Fresh, in both knit and crochet.

The Swirled Motifs Poncho is a versatile piece that can be dressed up or dressed down for any occasion. This kit is crocheted and shown in Mocha and Cottonwood, but is available in any 2 colors you choose.

The Cabled V Poncho is a gorgeous wrap, perfect for any time of year. It is knit using a size 7 32″ circular needle and available in any color of Fresh. The model is shown in Crushed Raspberry.

Our Crocheted Lace Cardigan is a fresh look for Spring. This cardigan would look great with jeans or dressed up to add delicate detail to any outfit.

This Floral Fresh Doily is a modern take on a classic project. Available in any color of Fresh, this kit will make 2 doilies to brighten up any decor.

Another home decor item, our Fresh Table Topper uses a variegated color to provide lots of colorful flowers, as well as a simple hexagon design anyone can create.

We have lots more to offer in Fresh here. Fresh gives you projects that have a clean look and gorgeous stitch definition as well as vibrant colors. Have you used Fresh yarn? We would love to hear what you think about it! Comment below!



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Heather Mango

Heather fell in love with the "click clack" of her grandmother's knitting needles at a very young age. She is the mom to 3 crazy boys and loves sarcasm, cardigans, vintage cars, and bonfires. Heather has been with Mary Maxim since 2011 and has been involved in teaching classes, designing patterns, social media, and is always trying to learn something new about crafting.

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