Ediothia Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

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The Edlothia shawl is a beautiful, diaphanous and gauzy shoulder throw most evocative of a dragonfly wing. The delicate color gradient beautifully highlights the “almost-not-there” ephemeral structure of the shawl. This is a slightly more challenging pattern which befits a garment as gorgeous as the Edlothia shawl. Take it on as a challenge; as a way of keeping interested, if you are more advanced, and as a way of upping your game, if you’re not. A link to a free pattern is at the end of the post.

SkillsIntermediate         Designer Jasmin Räsänen

Ediothia Shawl Free Crochet Pattern


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To truly get an idea of the versatility of this pattern, please see below. Note how the vibrant colors really delineate the crisp lacework of the shawl and really make it pop against the dark background of the table.Can you imagine this overtop of a dark dress or sweater? I can, and it would be great.

Edlothia Shawl


Go to the pattern:

Edlothia Shawl Free Crochet Pattern

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  1. Gwendolyn Williams says:

    This is a very beautiful, light and airy shawl…..My niece would absolutely love this one. You have such pretty patterns on here. I need a yarn shop to keep up with these wonderful patterns.

  2. Anna+Smit says:

    And the patterns keeps getting better

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