The Ragg ‘D Anne Beanie – FREE PATTERN

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The Ragg ‘D Anne Beanie is now available as a Free Pattern Download.  You can find the matching Ragg ‘D Anne Triangle Cowl on our blog as well to craft yourself the perfect fall Accessories for your cool-weather adventures.  We’ve had some wonderful feedback on our Triangle Cowl and are very excited to share “Part 2” of our September Blog Exclusive.  Make sure to read until the end for a sneak peek of October’s Blog Exclusive!

 

 

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The Ragg D’Anne Beanie

 

 

The Ragg D’ Anne Beanie and the Ragg D’ AnneTriangle Cowl are designed to use our Starlette and Starlette Ragg yarns.  Both are available for purchase on our website. The yarn combination we suggest comes in Black, Grey, Denim, and Browns, click here for the full list and combinations.

 

 


October’s Blog Exclusive Sneek Peak

Make sure to tag us #raggdanne when you post pics of your Ragg ‘D Anne accessories.  We love sharing.  Take a quick peek of October’s Blog Exclusive.  What do you think we’re making?

ShoppingList

Shopping List:

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

Hook
Q (16 mm) Hook

 

 


Stay Tuned!

Don’t forget to follow us on Social Media for Give-A-Ways, Make-Alongs, and Exclusive content.  Coming Soon to the blog is our Chunky Skye Yarn Scarf, and our October Blog Exclusive.  We are also featuring some amazing collaborations with talented makers such as Part 2 of our Rustic Pumpkin Kit Review by Life and Yarn, The Alice Earwarmer Set by Teagan and Lu featuring our Woodlands Yarn.

 

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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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