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Infinite Mobius Ripples

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The Mobius is such an interesting form and one of the unique shapes that knitters and crocheters can create seamlessly. The challenge, however can come at the start with the cast on. As a teacher, my goal is to try and find new, hopefully better ways to accomplish the same outcome. This design features a new method of beginning a Mobius, one I believe to be easier to execute. In addition, this design features a reversible ripple stitch where the waves interlock into one another, Add a long repeat yarn into the mix and the colors transition symmetrically from the center out. Choose sport or worsted weight yarn, a long or short loop creating four options. The result, a beautiful work of art for your neck (or wonderful gift for a friend) that is fun to knit and even more fun to wear. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Basic familiarity with the Mobuis shape Comfortable working a simple lace pattern Flexible BO method GAUGE 24 sts & 36 rows = 4" (10cm) in Stockinette - Sport OR 18 sts & 26 rows= 4" (10cm) in Stockinette - Worsted SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 21" circumference cowl OR 42" circumference infinity scarf PREFERRED BRAND/YARN Freia Fine Hand Paints - Ombre COLORWAY Blue Velvet, Lichen, Dusk, Candy

Recommended with this pattern

  • 125 yds of worsted weight yarn OR
  • 200 yds of sport weight yarn
  • 2 sets of 6.0mm (US #10) circular needles OR

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Gwen Bortner (@EntrelacQueen) teaches knitting techniques at workshops and conferences across the country. She's been published in Knitter's Magazine, Creative Knitting and lots of other places. You can find Gwen's patterns, books, classes and thoughts on life on her website, Knitability, and her blog, The Same Stitch. When she's not on the road, she lives with her husband, Arlis, in Le Grand, Calif., in a farmhouse built in 1902 by her great-grandfather.