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Thick and Quick Moebius
Created By: Georg-Anne Duval
Craft: knit
Materials: Moebius (Pictured) LB Woolease Thick and Quick - Cranberry Moebius (Not Shown) Sensations Angel Hair (amazingly soft and luscious product) Grey/Black Multicolor yarn
Pattern Source: otherCo: Moebius Scart - The Original

As some might ask, what is a moebius? Well, a moebius strip is a strip with one surface and one edge. Intrigued yet? I was! This seemed to be a project that would hold a new challenge/technique for me so off on a knitting adventure I went. The wonderful thing about this pattern is you can really do what you want as far as yarn weight and/or needle sizes go, and the basic pattern is free! Once digested, it's fun to try different stitch patterns, too. For instanc e, the pattern is written in garter fashion, however any reversible pattern will do. I worked one up in a basketweave and one in a seed stitch. Both were fabulous! Pictures of the seed stich with a ribbed edge are shown. The most intriguing part of this pattern for me is that it is knit with the twist in one piece (no seaming) and comes off the needles as Un fait complet!



 
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