Afternoons at Longbourn by Julia Wardell
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Afternoons at Longbourn

Knitting
June 2017
Light Fingering ?
13 stitches and 18 rows = 2 inches
in Moss Stitch
US 5 - 3.75 mm
1053 - 1060 yards (963 - 969 m)
One Size
This pattern is available as a free Ravelry download

When imagining the colors for the Regency Collection I saw myself walking through the fields just like Lizzy Bennet or spending the afternoons chatting away with Miss Lucas. I wanted a shawl that would almost be like a blanket, something to wrap myself in as I imagined evenings by the window or of long afternoons walking the grounds of Longbourn with the Bennet sisters in tow. This is a simple triangle shawl with lots of fringe. The stitches used make this shawl reversible while also allowing you to use multiple colors. While this shawl has written instructions it is more of a recipe allowing you to change the size and look of your finished object. Keep mind that if modifications are made your shawl will either require more or less yardage than what was used in the sample shawl depicted.

This shawl was created to utilize the Regency Collection colors inspired by the world of Jane Austen that were offered by Pandia’s Jewels.

Yarn: Pandia’s Jewels Snug Fingering Weight
Colors that were used in the sample:
• Color A: Sarah Stone of Potsley Hall
• Color B: Miss Bennet’s Muddy Hem
• Color C: Miss Woodhouse, Please Advise
• Color D: Miss Dashwood and her Sensability

Yardage: Approximately 1,053 yards used including fringe. Used Colors C & D for fringe in sample shawl.

Individual yardage estimates including fringe:
• Color A: 97 yards
• Color B: 250 yards
• Color C: 361 yards
• Color D: 347 yards

Needle: US Size 5 (3.75mm) 37” circular needle

Gauge: 13 sts and 18 rows = 2 inches in Moss Stitch.

Notions: Stitch Markers & Tapestry Needle

Finished Measurements: 81 inch wingspan, 28 inches down center spine. Measurements taken after blocking and do not include fringe.

Photography by Jonathan Arnouts