Quadrilateral, a broomstick lace shawl
Marie Segares/Underground Crafter
This pattern is a great introduction to broomstick lace. It’s a simple yet stunning shawl with great drape.
The revised pattern includes both a written pattern using U.S. terms and a stitch symbol chart (copyright KnitCircus but used with permission). Additionally, there is a photo tutorial, so don’t be afraid if you’re a broomstick lace newbie!
The shawl pin in the second picture is one of my favorites, by Michelle’s Assortment.
Basic crochet stitches: chain, single crochet
Crocheting in the back loop
Broomstick lace (photo tutorial and written explanation included)
Approximately 1200 yds (1097 m) in any fingering weight yarn
F-5 (3.75 mm) crochet hook or any size needed to obtain gauge
US 35 (19 mm) 14 in (36 mm) straight knitting needle or any size needed to obtain gauge
Shawl pin (optional)
Length: 20 in (51 cm); Width: 54 in (137 cm)
6.5 broomstick lace groups (33 sc) and 9.5 rows (5 rows sc + 4.5 rows broomstick lace loops) = 4 in (10 cm) before blocking. Exact gauge is not critical to this project.
The complete free pattern and a broomstick lace photo tutorial are available on the Underground Crafter blog here.