Eolande Shawlette


This filet crochet shawlette-which showcases stitch variations beyond blocks and meshes-embraces your shoulders, and beads give it both beauty and weight.

DESIGNER Kathryn White

FINISHED SIZE 42½” wide and 23″ long.

YARN Nazli Gelin Garden size 10 Thread (distributed by Universal Yarn) (100% mercerized cotton; 306 yd [280 m]/1¾ oz [50 g]): #24 tan, 4 balls.

HOOK SIZE 7 (1.65) mm steel hook.

NOTIONS 20 g size 11 seed beads; large-eye beading needle for stringing beads; 2 buttons size 11⁄16″; sewing needle and matching thread for attaching buttons.

GAUGE 10 blocks and 11 rows = 3″.


Eolande Neck Eolande Front
Eolande full
Eolande Detail

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Lindsay Jarvis

About Lindsay Jarvis

Lindsay Jarvis is the Products and Promotions Editor for Interweave Jewelry. New to jewelry making, she comes from the yarn-filled world of Interweave, working in the past for Interweave Crochet magazine and then for Interweave Books. She has always been fascinated by the arts, fashion, and crafting. Years ago, after picking up a pamphlet on how to knit, she suddenly became fixated on fiber and began learning as much as possible. Lindsay’s designs can be seen in Interweave Knits, Interweave Crochet, and Interweave Crochet Home. Eager to absorb as much as possible about jewelry, she is ready to experience all of the mistakes and triumphs of a being a beginner all over again. When not tangled up in yarn or metal, Lindsay loves to walk her two toy poodles, play around with vintage fashions, watch old movies, and attend ballet classes.

11 thoughts on “Eolande Shawlette

  1. This shawlette is so beautiful and sweet!   I love the neck line, with the button front to keep from falling off the shoulders!  I have been wanting to design a shawl like this, as it’s much nicer not having to hold on to your shawl, fuss with and adjust around the shoulders.  Hand free!   So, it looks like I will be getting this edition soon to make for my summer dresses!

    1. To all of you who say you can’t find the pattern: it’s not a free pattern.
      It is inside the Interweave Crochet issue of Summer 2014, so to get the pattern you have to buy the magazine.

  2. I have finished the main part of the “Eolande Shawlette” (Interweave Crochet, Summer 2014 issue, page 23), and thought as an experienced crocheter for almost 50 years didn’t think there was too much new under the sun, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen the instructions in this pattern, Row 1 of the edging: “5 dc in next inner corner, sc in next outer corner”. The edging is begun in the neckline at the end of rows, but what is the inner corner/outer corner thing? This is a new one to me and I was wondering if anyone has perhaps made the shawlette or has any suggestions on what this instruction means? Many thanks for your help.