The Ragg ‘D Anne Cowl

Introducing The Ragg ‘D Anne Cowl

Thank you to everyone who participated in our naming contest on Instagram.  We had well over 300 entries and so many great name suggestions.  The winner receives their choice of Starlette Ragg yarn to make the cowl, make sure to stop by our Instagram Post to see who won.

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Join us later this week for the stitch review of this pattern in the Mary Maxim Crochet Group on Facebook, and make sure to use #raggdanne when posting pictures of your cowl on Instagram.  We love seeing your projects!

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The Ragg ‘D Anne Cowl is the perfect cool weather accessory from fall through the winter months.  It’s so trendy and very functional.  Wear it over your sweatshirt or under your coat.

Visit us

To purchase your yarn, visit us at www.marymaxim.com or www.marymaxim.ca.

Starlette Ragg Yarn, available in Black, Grey, Denim, and Brown.  We recommend these coordinating colors.

 

Starlette White, Starlette Ragg Black, and Starlette Black

 

Starlette White, Starlette Ragg Grey, and Starlette Grey

 

Starlette White, Starlette Ragg Denim, and Starlette Denim

 

Starlette White, Starlette Ragg Brown, and Starlette Warm Brown

 

Love our Starlette Ragg?  Try these Ragg Patterns!

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Happy Crafting!

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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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