Fights on Shawl {Free Crochet Pattern}

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Free crochet shawl pattern

This stunning free shawl crochet pattern features beautiful lace work.  The Fights On Shawl Pattern was designed with the concepts of growth and perseverance in mind.  The beauty that develops as a result of the two working together is displayed in the gorgeous finished project.

This crochet shawl pattern features DK (3) weight yarn and a size 4.25mm (G/6) crochet hook.

Thanks to Becky Dirlam for contributing as part of my Guest Designer Program.

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Guest Designer Becky Dirlam

Becky Dirlam’s designs are spirit driven.  Each comes with a story, and a strong sense of faith in humanity. While the finished item may look complex, she strives to provide clear instructions.  She is always available to help, should you have questions.

Visit Becky’s Ravelry page by clicking here.

33 Comments On “Fights on Shawl {Free Crochet Pattern}”

  1. This is lovely, thank you for the pattern..

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  2. Lovely pattern — and I have just the yarn for it!

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  3. Thank you!

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  4. my next project Thanks

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  5. thanks!

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  6. Thank you for the beautiful pattern

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  7. Very pretty. Thank you, once again.

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  8. Thank you so much for this beautiful pattern.. ♡

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  9. Thank you!

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  10. Extremely beautiful!!!

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  11. Love this and the writing you did on it, “designed with growth and perseverance in mind”..
    Thank you so much for sharing this pattern.

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  12. Thank you!

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  13. Got It! Thanks so much for the crocheted pattern. It’s on my to-do list.

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  14. Beautiful … making many shawls for a friend . Will try this one !

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  15. Thank you for sharing this lovely shawl, perfect for our upcoming warmer weather.

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  16. Thank you! Very pretty!

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  17. This is lovely. Thank you for sharing!

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  18. Still waiting for free pattern but it looks gorgeous and can’t wait to try it Thank you

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  19. The pattern never arrived 🙁

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  20. Thank you so much for your free shawl pattern. Can’t wait to make it. Your shawl is beautiful.

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  21. will like to receive instructions for beautiful pattern

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  22. Thank you so much for this BEAUTIFUL shawl pattern.

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  23. Thank you for the pattern. Can’t put it down. I would like to make it longer, which rows, should I crochet again to continue the flow of the pattern.
    Thank you

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    • Hello! You might be able to add some plain mesh rows in the center of the design, but this pattern isn’t a great choice for trying to alter otherwise as the two sides mirror each other. Good luck!

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  24. Thank you for your quick answer. Have a great day.

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  25. Hey! Thank you so much for the beautiful shawl pattern. I just received it – beautifully written and easy to understand instructions.

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  26. Thank you so much it is beautiful

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  27. great pattern love the shawl

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  28. great pattern love the shawl using for a wedding

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  29. Mirroring sides are not clear to me. I wish your chart would show the whole pattern and not just chart 1 & 2. When I follow the written pattern it seems it is not changing directions as in mirroring. HELP!

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    • We’ve had a few people work through the written pattern and it should be mirroring. You can also turn the chart upside down to create the same effect 🙂

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