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Heather Mango

Ask Mary All Your Questions!

Last Updated on June 23, 2016 by We are thrilled to launch #askmary to help solve all your crafting questions! Comment below with any burning questions you may have and we will tackle them through a tutorial on the blog or through a live feed on Facebook or Periscope.  Do you have a Mary Maxim pattern

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Kendra Sagash

Take Me Out to the Ballgame

Last Updated on June 22, 2016 by Spring is finally here, and that also means baseball season is back! Are you a fan of baseball or have a family member that loves a certain team? Several staff members here at Mary Maxim are jumping on board to do a knit and crochet along for a

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Kendra Sagash

Crochet Hero! Helping Through Stitching.

Last Updated on February 19, 2020 by Courtney Flinn We would like to introduce to you a crochet hero, Gay Hutson of Arizona. Gay is 82 and has been crocheting since she was 7 years old. For the past 15 years Gay has been crocheting for local charities, enlisting the help of her neighbors and

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Heather Mango

Welcome to Our New blog!

Last Updated on January 22, 2020 by We are so excited to welcome you to our new Mary Maxim blog! Mary Maxim has been making its mark on the crafting community since 1954. We have tons in store for you, so keep watching here for: – how to videos and tutorials – early looks at

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Heather Mango

Organize your yarn with these handy tools

Last Updated on May 29, 2019 by Courtney Flinn We would like to protect our yarn from our home elements of animal hair, our own hair, dust, and whatever else might be floating around our houses. Proper yarn storage will help with this, and also help you keep your yarn and projects organized. You can

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Heather Mango

Cable Without a Cable Needle

Last Updated on February 19, 2020 by Courtney Flinn Cables are one of the techniques in knitting that really elevate the look of your projects; people can’t help but admire the “magic” that you made with your very own hands. Cabling is actually quite a bit easier than it looks, but it can be even

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