Ultra-Deluxe Climb and Swirl Cowl

by Craig on November 10, 2012

Our first Climb and Swirl Cowl is an easy-to-knit textured cowl made with one skein of Lana Vida’s luxurious yarn, Hannah. Then we added Rowan Kidsilk Haze to the Hannah for a deluxe version.

Ultra-Deluxe Climb and Swirl Cowl

This year, we doubled the luxury with 2 skeins of Hannah and 2 balls of Kidsilk Haze for our Ultra-Deluxe Climb and Swirl. Wear it long and loose or wrapped up tight – either way you’ll feel great and look fabulous!

Here’s the pattern for the Ultra-Deluxe version:

ULTRA-DELUXE CLIMB AND SWIRL COWL PATTERN

SIZE
one size – 8 inches tall, 60 inches in circumference

MATERIALS
2 skeins Lana Vida Hannah Yarn, shown in hunter
2 balls Rowan Kidsilk Haze Yarn, shown in alhambra
32-inch circular size 11 needle or size to achieve gauge

PATTERN
Holding a strand of each yarn together, CO 225 sts. Join in the round, being careful not to twist.

K2, p2 until piece measures almost 14 inches. BO in pattern. Weave in ends.

NOTE
For this pattern, it’s better not to mark the beg of the round. Just repeat the stitch pattern until you’re ready to bind off.

There are lots of beautiful combinations of Hannah and Kidsilk Haze. Here are a few of our favorites:

Hannah and Kidsilk Haze Yarn

from left to right: Kidsilk Haze in blood and Hannah in crimson; Kidsilk Haze in brick and Hannah in rust; Kidsilk Haze in ember and Hannah in forsythia.

Hannah and Kidsilk Haze Yarn

from left to right: Kidsilk Haze in fern and Hannah in grass; Kidsilk Haze in alhambra and Hannah in hunter; Kidsilk Haze in turkish plum and Hannah in cobalt.

Hannah and Kidsilk Haze Yarn

from left to right: Kidsilk Haze in dewberry and Hannah in majesty; Kidsilk Haze in steel and Hannah in silver; Kidsilk Haze in anthracite and Hannah in charcoal.

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

Vismajor November 28, 2012 at 10:30 am

I’m still loving my finished Deluxe Climb & Swirl Cowl. The Hannah yarn was a pure dream to work with, and the pattern was simple enough that I could knit on autopilot while still giving an interesting fabric. It was the perfect project! :)

Craig November 28, 2012 at 1:44 pm

I’m so glad you enjoyed it Amy! I agree that it’s interesting to knit, but doesn’t require a lot of attention – great for knitting with friends. Thanks!

KnitterPam December 2, 2012 at 11:28 pm

I don’t see this in Ravelry yet, but I’ll keep checking so I can fave it. Loving the original version – VERY quick to knit. I’m using stash Mountain Colors Rivertwist. Yummy and cushy.

Marlene November 10, 2013 at 11:37 pm

I made the shorter version last year, love it and get many compliments. But I wish it was deep enough to pull up over my head. Which means I might need to make the Ultra-Deluxe version! Maybe in Bloom and ???

Craig November 12, 2013 at 1:47 pm

Blush goes beautifully with Bloom!

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