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Madeleine's Vintage Shawl

By: Elissa Purnell by Yarn Tails
Madelines Vintage Shawl

This crochet vintage shawl is great for any age. It is light-weight and delicate, so it works perfectly with fancy dresses, but it can also be thrown over a basic tank and jeans. The crochet lace design is only made that much more gorgeous with the fluttery crochet edging, giving this shawl pattern some texture. Work one up today for your new go-to crochet shawl!


Crochet HookI/9 or 5.5 mm hook

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When I look at this vintage shawl I think about Victorian days. The color matches right up with it as well. Such a frilly design and very feminine to say the least. No pictures but a lot of detailed directions have bee applied to the post.

Look at the design at the edge of this shawl. It is just the right size to be worn over another items such as a sweater or winter coat. Even still,, because of the open weave I could see this being an article that can be used during the warmer months of spring and summer.

It looks like this pattern has been around for quite a while now. I am just finding it today. Funny how vintage style never really goes OUT of style! This is just as relevant today, in 2017. Just use a quality yarn with a bit of a modern look and feel!

I guess the lacy edging is the new trend in crochet shawls. I have been seeing this type of design all over the internet and yes, it is beautiful. It gives an interesting twist to the otherwise boring triangular shawl that was in vogue in our grandma's time. Should I decided to do this project, I think I want to make the shawl longer so the lacy edging will be highlighted on the body's mid area. Lovely master piece. Madeleine's Vintage Shawl chose a great color but of course you may use a color of your choice. Cheers!

This is a very lovely vintage shawl that actually has a vintage look. I really love the way the ruffled edging looks and adds a more feminine looks to the shawl. I have a crochet crop top that is a bit too short and shows a little too much belly. I think I will incorporate this edging into it to make it longer.

I think an advanced beginner who pays close attention to the pattern, will be able to complete this project. It might be a bit of a challenge but just think of the reward? I am in love with this shawl. I have an electric blue yarn that I have been saving for something just like this. I think the vintage shape and drape combined with the modernity of the yarn colour will be a very happy marriage. Thank you AFC for this pattern!

Can anyone tell me HOW "intermediate" this is....could an advanced beginner do it ? Just lovely....

Shawls look great cannot wait to get started


Pretty, no matter what it's called.. I like it, thank you.

Why has the link in my email Newsletter listed this as Downton Abbey Vintage Shawl?

Very, very pretty, but it's Downton not Downtown.

I've been looking and looking for a pattern just like this! Thank You. I look forward to making it.

Wow!!!! This is so very girlie, just what I was looking for. Thannks so very much. Anitadita11

Thank you for sharing. I can't wait to find materials to make this pattern. It is simply beautiful.

So Beautiful! I can't wait to get the yarn to work up this absolutely gorgeous piece! Thank you so much for sharing!!!

This is beautiful!!! Thanks for sharing.


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