Georgiana by Wendy McDonnell


April 2024
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
22 stitches and 27 rows = 4 inches
in stockinette
2150 - 2175 yards (1966 - 1989 m)
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Headed back to Pemberley where we find both Lizzie and Georgiana at the piano. This stole will keep you knitting with all the glorious motif’s, texture, beads, cables, lace… and I know not what.
“All young ladies are accomplished. They sing, they draw, they dance, speak French and German, cover screens and I know not what.”
Bingley quote, about how talented the modern women are.

If you love texture, you’ll love this shawl. Full of original lace, haystacks, k1tbl on purl base, a small amount of cables that move the stitches with hard lines. Strewn across are beads, a lot of beads. As if that weren’t enough there’s a floral pointy border, built into left and right, picked up on top and bottom. In a word, ethereal. I love this shawl, it’s a work of the heart, I’m sure you’ll feel the same.

Originally published as an MKAL April 2024, kits found here.

Yarn: Yarn Fairy Silk Sock 50/50 merino/silk, 435 yards/100g, 5 skeins
Needle: US size 4/3.5mm 60 inch long circular
Beads: Size 8/0 seed bead, clear silver lined, or to match shawl color,
about 872 qty, 44 grams, kit has 45
Crochet hook: size 14/0.80mm or 16/0.6mm for placement method of beading
Gauge: 22 sts, 27 rows over 4 inches in stockinette, wet blocked lightly, as in
pull top and bottom, left and right then spread out on a table, not pinned
Finished Measurements: About 35.5” x 71” long
Fae Level: Intermediate/Advanced, cables, lace, beading, haystacks,
Provisional c/o. The edging is worked on left and right edge knit while working the stole. Top and bottom are worked off point by point.