Amelia Stole by Megan-Anne Llama

Amelia Stole

January 2015
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
19 stitches = 4 inches
US 6 - 4.0 mm
0.9 mm
950 - 1300 yards (869 - 1189 m)
S, M, L
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“…It was a very fine and beautiful web, and the merchant made a very good bargain when he gave her twenty guineas for her shawl.”

A knit lace shawl was high on the list of expensive presents that Amelia Sedley received from the Major before her family fell from society’s grace. Vanity Fair is one of my favorite books, and I regularly stare sadly at my closet wishing that it were socially acceptable to dress like a 19th century socialite. While a corset and crinoline might be a little much for my daily trip to the coffee house, the good news is a shawl is timeless. Amelia’s Stole is decadent enough for Becky Sharp to wear to a ball, and versatile enough for you to wear it to Starbucks. Worked in a traditional fringed rectangle, and accented with crystal beads, this will quickly become a staple in your wardrobe.

Finished Size (Blocked. Note that when blocking a little bit of width is lost and length is added.)
Small: 65”x21”
Medium: 70”x21”
Large: 75”x21”


Yarn: 2(2, 3) balls of Manos Del Uruguay Fino Yarn. Sample was knit in “Amethyst Earring”.

Needles: US 6 circular Needles; US 6 double pointed needles (DPNs) .8 or .9mm crochet hook for beads.

Notions: Stitch Markers; Beads. Sample was knit using Swarovski Elements 1mm beads in “dusty rose” which can be found at

Gauge: I recommend knitting and blocking 1 repeat of the edging chart for your gauge swatch. 19sts=4” blocked. As this piece does not have shaping it is not important that your gauge be exact.