Double Garter Boomerang
This reversible Double Garter Boomerang Scarf is achieved by using “double points sliding technique” with alternating strand A and B, knit every row. Because of the double garter stitches, the scarf has a very fluffy feeling. And the color changes are very subtle.
Double point sliding technique is so called because you slide sts to opposite end of dpn or circular needle.
The shawl is knitted from tip up. Repeat Row 1 – Row 4 until desired size
-2 balls of 50 g/70 yard of Shambala by Crystal Palace Yarns. Strand A uses one ball of color 8024. Strand B uses one ball of color 8023.
-9mm (US size 13) 32 inches circular needle
- slip stitch marker
Thank you to my Ravelry friends Kellygirl for test knit and FrettedFingers for test knit and tech edit.