In short... yes!

My adventures in crochet have taken a new turn with my introduction to our new mohair silk laceweight yarn, Eldwick Lace. As someone who crochets quite tightly and is often guilty of getting my hook caught I was nervous of making a huge knotty mess using this delicate fuzzy yarn but let me tell you, it is a dream to work with!

For my first project I have been working on a Diamonds and Tassels shawl by Sanda Paul aka Cherry Heart which you can find on Ravelry HERE. It is a nice straightforward project which once you have the hang of the V stitch, works up quickly. I would be further along with it if not for other time-sensitive projects!

This got me wondering what other laceweight crochet patterns are out there. I have collated my favourites here. If you have any other suggestions please add them in the comments.


Altair by Joanne Scrace

Oswin by Bernadette Ambergen

Pax by Aoibhe Ni


Crocheted Moebius Cowl by Churchmouse Yarns and Teas

Butler Street Cowl by Robyn Chachula


#38 Bobble Hat by Candi Jensen


Laci Cardi by Rebecca Velasquez

Amma granny square top by Maria Valles


The Crochet Project have released Shawl Project Book Five which is five designs all using laceweight yarn. Read our blog post about the book HERE.


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