Mary Maxim Studio Yarn Review

We would like to introduce our NEW Sunrise Seashells Scarf Crochet Pattern made from gorgeous Mary Maxim Studio Yarn. This pattern was inspired by the calming sound of water, that helps me to relax. When I first saw the Studio Yarn in Chalk Pastels, I thought it would be just perfect for my idea of creating waves, seaweed, & seashells from yarn!

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Sunrise Seashells Scarf Crochet Pattern by IraRott.

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I love a smooth long color change of this variegated yarn, the combination of colors is harmonious and pleasing to the eye.

Mary Maxim Studio Yarn Review by IraRott

To make our Sunrise Seashells Scarf, you will need a 6 mm (J) crochet hook & 4 skeins of Mary Maxim Studio Yarn. This yarn is so easy to work with! A moderate amount of wool content (35%) gives it a natural organic feel but at the same time, it is very soft and pleasant to your skin.

Mary Maxim Studio Yarn Review by IraRott

Mary Maxim Studio is a bulky weight roving yarn, that is not twisted tightly or plied. Unlike many other roving yarns with a similar texture, I appreciate the fact that Studio Yarn doesn’t break when sewing!

Mary Maxim Studio Yarn Review by IraRott

 

Our new pattern is FREE, so please stop by to download your copy on our site.

Free Crochet Wavy Scarf Pattern by IraRott

 Disclaimer: The yarn for this projects was provided by Mary Maxim, but all notes in the article are my own opinions.

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