Saturday, October 17, 2009

Mitered Mobius

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Now I am really happy. This knit combines the three things I have been designing all into one piece. The Baktus scarf which is knit in garter ridges, the Moebius, and the Mitered Diamond Neckwarmer.
Directions are the same as the Mitered Mini Neckwarmer EXCEPT that I used DK weight yarns and size 6 needles. The neck covering part is much, much longer and would have been even longer, if I hadn't run out of the magenta colored wool.
This is just what I have in mind to keep my neck and shoulders warm this season. I hope you'll give it a whirl, and send me pictures.


  1. That is so totally cool! Makes me wish that I could knit & that it wasn't 95 degrees today!!!!

  2. Just recently found your blog (from Guzzisue's page) - this is just gorgeous and tho I haven't knitted for years, I think you've just solved my Christmas present problem - many thanks and looking forward already to your next creation!

  3. looks lovely, soft and warm

  4. This is fabulous! I am going to have to make one of these....after the baby blanket...

  5. Wow, this is fabulous! These are my favourite colours and I adore modular knitting too :-)

  6. You are amazing! It is such a pleasure to read your blog and see your creations! Love the colors and the design! Thank you.

  7. Oh thank you so much for sharing such a fantastic pattern.
    Im going to knit this for my friends for Christmas!
    Your amazing xxx

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