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Free Knitting and Crochet Patterns from Elaine Phillips

Flame and Ember Shawl

Difficulty level: Intermediate

Free Shawl Crochet Pattern

Materials:Lace weight 100% wool yarn 780 m (853 yds)/ 100 g red - 3 skeins.
Lace weight 100% wool yarn 780 m (853 yds)/ 100 g black - 5 skeins.

Hook size E (3.5 mm) OR SIZE NEEDED TO OBTAIN GAUGE.

The shawl was crocheted using 3 strands of yarn. The color gradient achieved by substituting one strand of red yarn with a strand of black yarn after each 20 rows.

Gauge:5dc = 0.8" (2 cm)

Size: Width - 98" (250 cm), depth - 49" (125 cm) without a fringe.

Directions: See drawing below.
Crochet back and forth.
Start with 3 strands of red yarn. Chain 10, join with a sl st to form a ring.
Row 1: ch 3, 10 dc into the ring.
Row 2: ch 5, 4 dc over the 2nd - 5th dc from the previous row, ch 3, 1 sc, ch 3, 4 dc over the 4 last dcs, ch 2, 1 dc.
Row 3: ch 7, 5 dc over the 4 dcs from the prev row and the last on into the ch 3, ch 9, 1 dc into ch 3, 4 dc over the 4 dc from the prev row., ch 4, 1 dc.
Row 4: ch 5, 5 dc into the ch 4, ch 3, 1 sc in to the 3rd dc from the prev row, ch 3, 4 dc into ch 9, ch 3, 1 sc into ch 9, ch 3, 4 dc into ch 9, ch 3, 1 sc into the 3rd dc from the prev row, ch 3, 5 dc in to ch 7, ch 2, 1 dc.
Row 5: ch 7, 5 dc, ch 5, 5 dc, ch 9, 5 dc, ch 5, 5 dc, ch 4, 1 dc.
Rnd 6: ch 5, 5 dc into ch 4, ch 3, 1 sc, ch 3, 5 dc into ch 5, ch 3, 1 sc, ch 3, 4 dc, ch 3, 1 sc, ch 3, 4 dc into ch 9, ch 3, 1 sc, ch 3, 5 dc, ch 3, 1 sc, ch 3, 5 dc into ch ch 7, ch 2, 1 dc.
Rnd 7: ch 7, *5 dc, ch 5*, repeat 2 times, 5 dc, ch 9, 5 dc, *ch 5, 5 dc*, repeat 2 times, ch 4, 1 dc.
Rnd 8: ch 5, 5 dc, ch 3, 1 sc, ch 3, *5 dc, ch 3, 1 sc, ch 3*, repeat 2 times, 4 dc, ch 3, 1 sc, ch 3, 4 dc, *ch 3, 1 sc, ch 3, 5 dc*, repeat 2 times, 5 dc, ch 2, 1 dc.
Rnd 9: ch 7, * 5 dc, ch 5*, repeat 3 times, 5 dc, ch 9, 5 dc, *ch 5, 5 dc*, repeat 3 times.
Repeat rows 8 and 9 adding one group of 5 dc at the beginning and the end of each even row.
Row 22: Continue with 2 strands of red yarn and 1 strand of black yarn.
Row 42: Continue with 1 strand of red yarn and 2 strands of black yarn.
Row 62: Continue with 3 strands of black yarn. Crochet 81 rows. Tie off.

Make black fringe 5-5.5" (13-14 cm).



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# 1. Poster: Gwen Campbell
August 31, 2013

I have not started the shawl yet, but am somewhat confused with the instructions. I might use another trusted pattern, but use the lace weight yarn. Is there a video to show how the pattern progresses ?
# 2. Poster: MO
October 10, 2013

That shawl is absolutely stunning! I'm going to start this as a winter project and I think I will do it in the red and black as well. Thx so much for sharing. MO
# 3. Poster: nancy
November 11, 2013

I would love to make this but I am having difficulty finding lace weight wool. What brand wool was used for this project? the thinnest i can find is #10 cotton.
# 4. Poster: Lyn
November 12, 2014

Beautiful shawl. I am almost finished with mine. There are typos in the instructions, so use the diagram. I am using a number 3 Simply Soft Light yarn so my shawl is a bit heavier, good for WI fall or spring. I also did mine in grey and black. It is stunning. I will also add, this was my first project asside from straight rows for scarfs. Good thing I have a book that teaches reading diagrams or I would have been up a creek.
# 5. Poster: Kim
October 2, 2012

What kind of yarn was used on this. What is shawl weight yarn. I haven't heard of that before. I usually use a 4ply like Caron
# 6. Poster: Elaine Phillips
October 4, 2012

For this shawl I used 3 strands of lace weight yarn.
# 7. Poster: Baby Learn
October 27, 2012

Are you turning your work at the beginning of each row, when you chain 5 or 7? - In order to crochet back and forth? For example - chain 7, turn, then 5 dc into the previous 5 dc, and so on, until the chain 2, then 1dc - then chain 5, turn
# 8. Poster: Elaine Phillips
November 1, 2012

Yes, the shawl was crocheted back and forth. You have to turn it each row.
# 9. Poster: Valerie
January 11, 2013

Absolutly gorgious shawl. I have a problem though...I have made and remade up through row 6 and I have a copy of the chart, but mine looks like what is on the chart, but nothing like the beautiful picture of the Flame and Ember Shawl! Help, can someone please tell me what I am doing wrong! Thanks very much!
# 10. Poster: Becky
February 6, 2013

Gorgeous shawl, totally inadequate instructions.
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Shawl diagram


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Close-up of the shawl.

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