Last week we posted a Yarn review of Mary Maxim Prism. Prism is a wonderfully unique yarn that just so happens to be a favorite of ours to design with. This week we feature some of the best FREE and Paid DK Weight Yarn Patterns designed with Prism. If you have a ball of Mary Maxim Prism or two and you just aren’t sure what to do with it, you may want to hit the “pin it button” on this post and save it to your Pinterest board for your next project. The roving properties of this incredible yarn add so much to the finished fabric of your project.
Mary Maxim Prism is such a great yarn to add to your stash. If you missed our post on Roving Yarns, make sure to read a bit about this stylized yarn for fiber artists and crafters.
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Free Mary Maxim Patterns
Entrelac Baby Blankets
Don’t you just love when a pattern has both a knit and a crochet version? Don’t forget to take a look at the shopping list in the pattern for supplies. You can also purchase the crochet kit.
Prism yarn makes beautiful cowls. Here is another look that has a knit version and a crochet version of the same look. Download the knit version – Free Diagonal Lace Cowl is shown in the colorway Rain Shower. Download the crochet version – Free Crochet Prism Cowl pattern.
More Free Prism Patterns
Prism Patterns by Indie Designers
Designed to be easy to wear and style, this cocoon is for everyone. This cocoon is designed for your convenience in three size groupings, Petite, Standard, and Plus. If you are an in-between size, you can go up or down for the fit you desire! You can purchase the kit from marymaxim.com, marymaxim.ca, or you can download the pattern Ad Free.
Desert Blossom Crafts – The Peacock Cowl – FREE PATTERN with an Ad-Free Paid Option
The Peacock Cowl a fantastic project that really shows off the colors in Mary Maxim Prism Yarn. It features an easy stitch pattern that is easily memorized.
To complete the Peacock Cowl, you’ll need one skein of Mary Maxim Prism shown in Still Waters, a 6 (4.25 mm) hook, and a yarn needle.
In my effort to create the ultimate simple beanie, I was inspired by the ancient ruins in Treviso – a city older than the Romans. The simple beauty of the ruins surrounded by lush foliage, juxtaposed with the modern advancements of the city are reflected in the traditional look of the faux knit beanie, our modern, colorful yarns can really shine against the simple stitch backdrop.
You’ll need one skein of Mary Maxim Prism yarn shown here in Denim Blues, a 6 (4.25 mm) hook, and an H – 8 (5.00 mm) hook, yarn needle to weave ends, thread needle (optional), a matching thread of choice (optional), button (optional), and faux fur Pom with elastic loop (optional).
The Crochet Woven Hat, designed by Brittany from Bhooked, is a wonderful quick project to try out Mary Maxim Prism Yarn. This One-Skein Wonder requires 1 skein of Prism yarn; the sample is shown in the discontinued color called Sandy Shores, a G – 6 (4 mm) hook, a darning needle, scissors, and a pom pom of your choice.
Best Prism Yarn Kits
We have so many great things coming in the new year. We are working on super handy needle and hook guides to keep in your project bag or your Yarn Stash Organizer. We have some great collaborations in the works like Osage County Crochet’s next CAL make sure to check them out, it starts soon. We also have more informative yarn guides, like this one, full of wonderful crafting ideas and incredible yarn.
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