English Boom Shawl Pattern
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Pattern: English Boom Shawl
The English Boom Scarf by Karen Whooley is inspired by a beautiful state park on Camano Island, WA, along the Skagit Bay. During the 1920s and 1930s, the English Lumber Co. logged the forests to the east of Stanwood and Mount Vernon. The piece is designed in reclaimed fibers, with the straight rows reminding us of the logs that remain of the original structures. Use it as a shawl, scarf or a cowl. The possibilities are endless!
This beginner-friendly pattern is created using 550 yards of DK-weight yarn and a Size F/5 (3.75 mm) crochet hook.
This pattern is delivered as a 4-page Downloadable PDF, which you can view and/or print.