This blog post is designed as a useful resource for inspiration for a specific yarn. There are projects that use it, and patterns that call for it. It's so handy to have all this in one place! 

Just FYI - there are no links to Ravelry here. We've linked to patterns and projects that are available to purchase/view elsewhere. If they're only available on Ravelry we will say that, but not link to it. 

Five skeins of fine yellow yarn resting on a surface above a wooden table.  

The first part of this blog post will give you patterns that specifically call for Titus Lace and the second part shows you our projects using this yarn. Do you have a project in Titus Lace that you would like us to include? Email us at info@edencottageyarns.co.uk with an image and the pattern information and we will add it. This page will grow over time as more designs are released and more projects finished!

 

Patterns

For most of the designs released since 2018 you can find links to social media for the designers and publications on the Design Collaboration page HERE.

 

Braithwaite by Victoria Magnus – Driftwood 

This triangular shawl blends a mix of simple stocking stitch (ideal for TV or travel knitting) with beautiful, graphic lace panels. It is simple enough for beginning lace knitters, but not too boring for advanced lace knitters. One skein of yarn will make a shawl with 166cm (65in) wingspan and 82cm (32in) depth.

Braithwaite by Victoria Magnus: Digital Download

 

Lochnagar Top by Little Theorem - Thunder

A simple cowl neck top that’s perfect for relaxed summer wear. It is worked from the top down using a simple construction. Cast on stitches at the shoulder and work down the back to the underarm, working the lace pattern as you go. Stitches are picked up at each shoulder, with a long cast on in the middle forming the cowl neck and worked down the front to the underarm. All stitches are joined in the round and worked straight down to the hem. The pattern is written for nine sizes with a garment bust from 75 - 155cm / 30 - 62”. Yarn requirements are 460 - 1300m / 500 - 1420yds depending on the size.   

Lochnagar Top by LittleTheorem

 

Bitten gloves by Natalie Warner - Titus Lace in Ash with a Lowther Lace Cottage Original (OOAK) batch

Long fingerless gloves with lace trim. The pattern is written in six sizes, ranging from a 15cm/6in palm to a 25.5cm/10in palm. It includes instructions for fitting the hand, adding full fingers and omitting the trims. You will need one skein of each yarn held double.

Bitten gloves by Natalie Warner

 

Diamonds and Tassels Shawl by Sandra Paul -  Rambling Rose

Written for Titus Lace (previously known as Theseus Lace). The pattern calls for 870yds of laceweight yarn.  This is a pattern for a diamond shaped shawl worked in rows in one piece with a continuous border added in the round. It measures 115cm (45”) x 140cm (55”) point to point after blocking.

A pink lacey shawl draped over a hanger in front of a plain wall. The shawl features tassels on each point

 

Sun and Shower Shawl by Apoorva Designs - Sunset (new name for Sunrise)

The shawl is worked in the round from the center out, in one piece, beginning with a circular cast on. The lace patterns are both written and charted. Sun and Showers was the second in the four-shawl collection, Four Seasons which you can read all about HERE. Using a single skein of yarn this shawl is 41” [104 cm] in diameter after wet blocking. 

A person facing away from the camera holding a large circular shawl. The golden yellow shawl has an intricate circular lace pattern expanding out from the centre 

 

Beinn Ghlas Shawl by Littletheorem - Silver Birch 

A rectangular shawl with an unusual and beautiful lace stitch pattern. The pattern has instructions for two sizes. The smaller size only uses around half a skein of yarn, while the larger size still uses less than a skein of laceweight yarn! The smaller size is 14” x 64” using 415m/455yds and the larger size is 20” x 72” using 670m/730yds.

Beinn Ghlas Shawl by Littletheorem

 

Patricia Shawl by Heidi McCarthy – Cornflower (discontinued colour)

This shallow triangular shawl uses one skein of laceweight yarn and optional beads. It can be worn around the shoulders or as a triangular scarf. The finished shawl measures 180 x 65cm. The pattern is fully charted and written out in UK terms.
 

 

 

Summer Petals by Mary-Anne Mace - Summer Petals

A deep crescent shawl featuring sections of repeating lace motifs edged with a deep border reminiscent of overlapping petals. The shawl shaping begins as a traditional triangle with edge and spine increases. The spine increases are discontinued when the deep border begins, creating the deep crescent effect. The pattern requires 645 - 678 yards (590 - 620 m) of laceweight yarn.

  

Asana Shawl by Helen Stewart - Oak

A gentle crescent shawl with flowing lace and garter sections. Charts are provided for the lace sections, along with line-by-line instructions. This shawl uses one skein of laceweight yarn for the large size or two skeins of fingering or sock weight yarn (~730m/800yds) for the medium size. The medium size is approximately 183cm (72”) diameter across straight top edge x 46cm (18”) neck to bottom edge. The large size is approximately 213cm (84”) diameter across straight top edge x 46cm (18”) neck to bottom edge.

Helen stood in front of a white backdrop wearing a black top and a pinky beige shawl. The shawl includes lace details and small beads 

 

Shetland Forest Garden by Cath Ward - Charcoal

A triangular Shetland Lace shawl knitted in one piece. It incorporates a garter stitch centre, borders of rose trellis and tree motifs and is finished with simple lace edgings. Both charted and written instructions are included in this pattern. A single skein will make a shawl approximately 85cm deep x 176cm across the top edge.

An intricate lace shawl in a dark grey colour hanging in front of a door

 

 

Projects

Heidi's Irene by Julie Harris - Steel and Twig

An elongated, winged triangular shawl with a central spine worked from the top down. It features a variety of lace patterns and combines solid areas with more open sections and a decorative hem edging. This crochet pattern has two versions, a standard laceweight version and a fine laceweight version incorporating additional sections of pattern. Either version can be worked from a single 100g skein of yarn.

Heidi made a few adjustments to this shawl and used two full skeins of laceweight for this colourblock effect. 

Heidi wearing a two tone lace shawl. The shawl features intricate patterns and is part grey and part brown 

 

Harriet's Water's Edge by Boo Knits - Tide

A top down, crescent shaped shawl with an all over lace design and a beaded lace border. A single skein of laceweight yarn (656 yards/600 m) will make a shawl 75” (190cm) wide, 21” (53.5cm) deep after blocking. This pattern is suitable for most laceweight yarns of around 800m/100g with the exception of alpaca based and other yarns that will not hold a block well. Measurements will differ depending on yarn, tension, blocking etc and these are therefore given as a guide only.

A delicate lace shawl in a shade of blue hanging against a white backdrop. The shawl has small beads throughout the design.

 

Claire's Wray by Lily Kate France - Meadow Grasses

A cardigan with short, slightly puffed and pleated sleeves, top-down construction, and buttoned only from neck to bust with 5 buttons. It is knitted on circular needles. The pattern is written for 9 sizes to fit bust 76cm/30in - 117cm/46in, using 875 - 1640 yards (800 - 1500 m) depending on size. This pattern is only available on Ravelry.

Claire facing away from the camera in a garden. She is wearing a knitted short sleeved cardigan in muted shades of green and blue. The yoke features lace detailing and the sleeves include a dart detail

 

Tiniest Sock - Buddleja

I wanted to make a tiny sock on my tiniest needles just for the hell of it. They were fiddly, to sat the least. Improvised pattern using 3g of yarn

A tiny purple knitted sock resting on the fingers of a hand

 

So, I hope that's been helpful and inspiring! If you have any projects that you'd like to see featured here please send your high-res photos and info to us at the email address at the top. 😍 


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