Read More about Easy Corner-to-Corner Crochet Shawl
A corner-to-corner crochet shawl uses a popular technique of C2C crochet that consists of diagonal rows to create a square. As we create a triangle, you would be only increasing rows, so there is no need to learn the decrease. As a result, each angled row has numerous “tiles,” additionally called “squares” or “blocks.” In short, each tile has 3 double crochet stitches, plus 3 chains that represent a fourth dc stitch. Note: to keep your edges straight, make the last double crochet of the row into the top of the turning chain instead of the chain space.