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Moebius Fun

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Moebius Fun Pattern Cover

Pattern Club 2020! Love Moebius will be available for individual purchase in 2021, ‘til then if you can’t live without it you’ve gotta join the club ;-).

Adventure and excitement are met in this short knitting commitment piece. Matching Love Moebius, Moebius Fun applies true moebius knitting to a headband! Fun to knit and to wear with the thick double knitted fabric that keeps the snowy day chill at bay.

This fun little design will take you on a moebius roller coaster! Complete with two construction methods – a brainteaser for those brave hearts ready to have their stitches taken for a spin and a more standard construction that breaks it down into more recognizable stages. Which will you choose?

The tech edited and test knit advanced level pattern is fully written with the pattern repeated written and charted. A coloring page for the pattern repeat and grey scale photo tutorial round out the pattern extras.


Also available as part of the Moebi Knits 2020 Pattern Club

Small (Large)

Finished Measurements:
19”/ 48cm (21”/ 53cm) around (internal circumference – external circumference about 2”/ 5cm larger) by 3.25”/ 8cm tall

2 skeins worsted weight eco yarn Shown in 1 skein Blue Sky Fibers Organic Cotton Solid (Plum Dusk 648 – MC) and 1 skein Blue Sky Fibers Organic Cotton Multi (Punch 6800 – CC)
      Single skein info: 100% Certified Organic Cotton; (Solid) 150yds/ 137m per 100g/ 3.53oz; (Multi) 100yds/ 91m per 67g/ 2.36oz
Sample weight: 60g/ 2.11oz
US 8/ 5mm circular needles at least 36”/ 91.5cm long
US 7/ 4.5mm circular needles
Yarn needle
18 Stitch markers with 1 unique for start of rnd

12 sts and 24 rows over 4”/ 10cm in double knitting Stockinette stitch. Note: exact gauge is not critical to this design. Gauge variations may impact final size and yardage requirements.

Special Notes:

  • Pick It: for best motif display, select two highly contrasting yarns.
  • Check out the photo tutorial for picking your yarn colours. Colour It: is there anything harder than remembering what colour MC is and what colour CC is when looking at a coloured chart? Check out the outline view that you can colour in with markers matching your two yarn colours!
  • Isaiah 55:8-13.

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