Moebius *My Way
I used a provisional crochet cast-on and some superwash merino, either dk or sock weight and size 10.5 needles. The yarn was almost slippery and I kept unknitting rows and reknitting them because I got lost in the pattern. But really, it is a super easy pattern. One row, repeat and repeat. It's the One Row Lace Scarf.
A scarf so nice, I made it twice. This one was much much easier, being a bit heavier yarn. 50% Kid mohair, 50% Merino Oak Grove Yarns in Vermont. Yummamente.
It's still lacy but will be a tad bit more draft resisting in this yarn. You may think...What is Melody doing with those colors? (no fuchsia, turquoise or orange?) I found this yarn and lots of other hand dyed colors at a quilt show back when I was teaching in PA several years ago. I bought one of each of all the colors and couldn't quite work this into anything I was currently making. But I LOVE this yarn. So finally I found this project to use it.
Here's how I made a moebius from a flat scarf. Using the provisonal cast on stitches and the live stitches I gave the scarf a twist and did a three needle bind off to join. Simple. And the 'seam' gets hidden in the folded end. Which also is a nice place to keep your car keys.
That's not too icky lookin' is it?