Free knitting pattern for Handspun Boomerang Shawl - Natasha Sills’ shawl couldn’t be easier. Use any yarn, any gauge (though she recommends handspun yarn in loose gauge.) You start with 4 stitches then repeat 2 rows until you which the size you want or run out of yarn. For striping, switch yarns with each 2 row repeat. Pictured project by barmel
How to Corner to Corner Crochet (C2C) for Beginners
Cast on 4 sts Row 1: Knit to last stitch, yarn over, knit into the front and back of the last stitch Row 2: Yarn over, knit to last 2 sts, knit 2 together Repeat these two rows until shawl reaches your desired size. NOTE: For a striped effect like the shawl pictured, switch yarns after every two-row repeat.
This blanket can be worked in any thickness of yarn, and to whatever measurement you require the finished blanket/afghan to be. Would also make a very simple, yet elegant shawl or Christening shawl. For a light, airy fabric, and to replicate the pictured blanket, I recommend a 4ply yarn using 3.75 needles, alternatively, you can size up with heavier yarn. The only limit is your yardage! Please plan ahead accordingly.This pattern comes with schematic, and images, and is a very quick and…