Fusion Boomerang by Kimberly Perkins

Fusion Boomerang

Knitting
Worsted (9 wpi) ?
16 stitches and 24 rows = 4 inches
in Stockinette stitch
US 9 - 5.5 mm
250 - 300 yards (229 - 274 m)
one size (pattern gives instructions for length/width modifications)
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This pattern is available for free

We’ve revised and updated this pattern to make it better - please refer to the “Boomerang” pattern in our pattern library for the new version!

https://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/boomerang-7

The boomerang shape is created by executing decreases on one side and increases on the other, and can be used with any yarn to make a shawl as large or small as you like. Feel free to be creative and use our multi-textured yarn to make a shawl that is uniquely yours!

The sample was knit using a little over half of a Cat Mountain Fiber Arts Fusion 500 Skein, and measures approximately 52 inches from tip to tip. You may choose to make a larger shawl that uses more of the skein by adjusting the number of stripes in the repeats. For example, since I did 25 stitch repeats for the sample as indicated in the pattern, I was locked in to having enough yarn for an additional 25 stitch repeat in another texture in order to conitnue, and because the rows get longer with each additional row, I did not have enough to do this and make the shawl consistent. BUT, if you change yarns every 5 or 10 rows, your yarn will go much farther.