Aventail by Emma Welford


September 2016
Fingering (14 wpi) ?
18 stitches and 52 rows = 4 inches
in brioche
US 4 - 3.5 mm
350 yards (320 m)
19" neck opening; 14" deep at front/6" deep at back
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Originally released in parts as an Instagram KAL, Aventail is now available as a full PDF pattern. You can still find the original posts for free on my Instagram (@emmawelford) or by searching #AVENTAILKAL.

Aventail is a cowl-shawl hybrid overflowing with texture, the perfect use for a speckled skein of sock yarn. Grab your favorite colorway from Spun Right Round, or choose the fingering weight yarn of your choice--you’ll need approximately 350 yards.

19” (22.9cm) circumference at neck opening
40” (101.6cm) circumference at hem
14” (35.6cm) deep at front
6” (15.2cm) deep at back

Spun Right Round SW Sock 80/20 (80% Merino/20% Nylon; 100g=400yds); color: Crybaby, 1 skein
or approximately 350 yds fingering weight yarn

18 sts & 26 brioche rows (52 worked rows) = 4” (10cm) in brioche stitch, blocked

Tech editing: Cait Livingston