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. 


The first part of this blog post will give you patterns that specifically call for Eldwick Lace and the second part shows you our projects using this yarn. Do you have a project in Eldwick Lace that you would like us to include? Email us at 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!



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.


Trescao jumper by Along avec Anna - Driftwood (held double with Titus 4ply)

Anna released this as a free pattern on her website and it has two options, Hayton DK or Titus 4ply held double with Eldwick Lace. Both versions are stunning!

 Trescao by Anna Dervout


Signal Rock by Victoria Magnus - Eldwick Lace held double with Midwinter Yarns Snaeldan Aran/Chunky

The pattern is only available on Ravelry or as a kit in several colour combinations on Midwinter Yarns website.
Signal Rock by Victoria Magnus


Woodbine by Fiona Alice - Bowland Aran in Oak and Bark, Eldwick Lace in Bark 
Initially released in Laine magazine, this lovely snuggly jumper features a stitch pattern inspired by timber cabins and forests covered in a blanket of heavy snow.

A person sat on a rocky beach wearing a brown sweater. The sweater has a darker lace patterned panel down the front of it and around the lower part of the sleeves.


Profiterole Hat by Lauren Rad - Milburn 4ply in Althaea and Eldwick Lace Apricot Tulip

This light, fluffy hat is the perfect topper to your favorite outfit. It has just enough detail to be interesting without being a distraction from the other items you’re wearing. You will need 180yds of each yarn.

Profiterole Hat by Lauren Rad


Laverton by Victoria Magnus - Eldwick Lace in Silver Birch, Carlisle Fingering in Little Owl and Nateby 4ply in Linen

A long crescent shawl featuring stripes of a sparkly contrast and a picot edging. We have a blog posts suggesting alternative colour combinations HERE.

 Laverton Shawl by Victoria Magnus


Ode to Autumn by Jayalakshmi - Oakworth 4ply in Faded Bloom, Carlisle Fingering in Rose Bed and Eldwick Lace in Rambling Rose

Released as part of the Four Seasons Collection from 2019 which you can read about HERE.

Ode to Autumn by Jaya


Greenshield by Francesca Hughes - Eldwick Lace and Askham Lace in Misty Woods

This shawl uses 400m each of Askham Lace and Eldwick Lace held together to create an easy triangular shawl with a simple lace motif and moss stitch stripes. 

Greenshield by Francesca Hughes


Colintraive by Victoria Magnus - Milburn DK in Natural and Eldwick Lace in Linen, Campanula, Blue Geranium and Compost

A free pattern for a lovely soft lap blanket. This design uses different colours of Eldwick Lace held double with one shade of Milburn DK to create the delicate stripes. This was the initial sample for this pattern which has since been updated to use only Milburn DK. 

Colintraive blanket by Victoria Magnus in a cream to blue fade


Herringbone Brick Shawl by Helda Panagary - Dahlia with Titus 4ply in Rose Bed 

This shawl uses stripes of two colours in simple crochet stitches to build an assymetric triangular shawl. You will need one skein of each of the required yarns.

Herringbone Brick Shawl by Helda Panagary



Grayson cardigan by Laura Aylor - Bowland Lace in Charcoal and Hyssop with Eldwick Lace in Steel / Ash and Hyssop

An open-front cardigan knit top-down and seamlessly with simultaneous set-in sleeves. The body and sleeves are trimmed in garter stitch, which conceals the large front pockets. Written in nine sizes ranging from 29.8" to 53.8" (size of the garment at the bust) with 0-2” of ease recommended.  The pattern is written for a sport weight yarn in two colours. If using two colours you will need 1250yds for the smallest size (MC 800yds/ CC 450yds) and 2280yds for the largest size (MC 1430yds/ CC 850yds). If using two laceweight yarns held together you will need this yardage in both yarns.

Grayson Cardi by Fogbound Knits in dark grey and blue


Self Care Cowl by Louise Tilbrook - Pendle Chunky in Wild Raspberry and Eldwick Lace in Silver Birch

A lovely quick knit making a super soft snuggly winter wardrobe staple. The strand of Silver Birch softens the brightness of the Pendle Chunky and adds a fluffy halo. 

Self Care Cowl by Louise Tilbrook 


Polar Bear Hat by Sarah Zimmerman - Whitfell Chunky in Natural with Eldwick Lace in Campanula and Nateby 4ply

So fun and snuggly!

Polar Bear Hat by Sarah Zimmerman 


Diamonds and Tassels Shawl by Sandra Paul -  Misty Woods

Written for Titus Lace (previously known as Theseus Lace), Laura used Eldwick Lace instead. The pattern calls for 870yds of laceweight yarn.  

Diamonds and Tassels by Sandra Paul


Cumulus Blouse by PetiteKnit - Misty Woods

Two strands of Eldwick Lace were held together to make this light, airy sweater.  

Victoria stood infront of a farm gate and a yellowy green field. She is wearing a light, pale, green jumper over a couple of layered items of clothing in shades of blue. She is also earign black and white patterned shorts.



Honeysuckle by Sarah Hatton - colourway TBC

This pattern was published in Rowan magazine issue 45 and The Knitter Issue 6. Both are unavailable to buy new but might be available for sale second hand on eBay or elsewhere. A lovely lightweight circular wrap/jacket that squishes down to fit in a pocket - perfect for those summer evenings as the temperature starts to drop! This project used five skeins of Eldwick Lace.

Honeysuckle by Sarah Hatton 


Ranunculus by Midori Hirose - Eldwick Lace in Calamondin with Brooklyn Tweed Loft

This pattern is only available on Ravelry. I used one strand of the Brooklyn Tweed with two strands of Eldwick Lace to make a suitable gauge. This sweater is really lightweight but so warm and cosy! 

Ranunculus by Midori Hirose


polkagris by Kate Davies - Daffodil and Campanula

A striped neckerchief calling for 100m of each colour in a fingering weight. Using Eldwick Lace on larger needles you can achieve the same gauge.

Polkagris by Kate Davies


Signal Rock hat by Victoria Magnus (pattern details above) - Eldwick Lace in Natural and Pendle Chunky in Festive Fun

The pattern is only available on Ravelry or as a kit in several colour combinations on Midwinter Yarns website. This sample was worked to the same gauge as the original sample (which uses aran) and so the fabric is more dense.

Signal Rock hat by Victoria Magnus


Braithwaite by Victoria Magnus - Daffodil

A beautiful lace shawl made using 800m or 100g of laceweight yarn. This sample also features beads for extra sparkle. 

Braithwaite by Victoria Magnus


Love Note by Tin Can Knits - Eldwick Lace in Ash with Milburn 4ply in Rain

This sweater knits up quickly from the top down with a high-low hemline and two length options. The pattern is written in 15 sizes from 0-6 months to 6XL which have finished chest measurements of 24.5 to 80.5“. The yarn requirements vary from 200 - 1500 yards for the cropped length and 225 - 1650 yards for the regular length. The length shown is for each yarn so if the size calls for 600 yards, you will require 600 yards of the laceweight yarn and 600 yards of the 4ply/fingering weight yarn. Victoria used two skeins of Eldwick Lace and four balls of Milburn 4ply to make the XL size.



Wide Ribbed Beanie by Woolly Wormhead - Askham Aran in Stonecrop with Eldwick Lace in Drizzle

A free pattern available on the Woolly Wormhead website. The hat uses a maximum of 150m yarn. The pattern recommends Aran or Chunky yarn. Using Aran held double with a Eldwick Lace you will need 150m of each yarn.

Wide Ribbed Beanie by Woolly Wormhead


Laverton by Victoria Magnus - Eldwick Lace in Blue Geranium, Carlisle Fingering in Blue Geranium and Dahlia

Version two of Laverton!


Peekamoose by Jennifer Shiels Toland - Eldwick Lace in Drizzle and Pendle DK in Drizzle

A twisted rib beanie. The largest size uses 140m. If using two yarns held together you will need 140m of each yarn.  

Peekamoose hat by Jennifer Shiels Toland


Sully Pattern by Thu Nguyen - hand dyed yarn and Eldwick Lace in Misty Woods 

It doesn't all have to be serious... I (Laura) made this for a friend who loves Sully. I found the yarn elsewhere (ssshhh don't tell V 🤣) but wanted him to be fuzzy. I had some Eldwick Lace left over from the Diamonds and Tassels shawl and decided to give it a go! This pattern is only available on Ravelry. 

Sully by Thu Nguyen



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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