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Borealis Moebius

Knitting
October 2010
Bulky / 12 ply (7 wpi) ?
3 stitches = 1 inch in garter stitch
US 11 - 8.0 mm
216 yards (198 m)
8" wide x 44" in circumference
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Think Green!
We’re ready!
We’re SO ready to see green again around here:) We just can’t wait for warmer temperatures, leaves, flowers, grass… well, you get the picture.

Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day and the “wearing of the green”, the early arrival of Easter and a much anticipated spring, please enjoy a mix of knit and crochet patterns, all of which have green(-ish) samples pictured. Have fun with them!

The Think Green! bundle is free through March 17th. Please enjoy and feel free to share the patterns with your friends!

Thank you for the pattern support!
Think Green!
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Happy Easter!
Happy Spring!
Take care,
Diane

The colors and textures of this yarn are mesmerizing as the knit and purled stitches flow around the rounds of the Moebius.

This one is knit with a chunky yarn by Berroco named Borealis. (Any chunky yarn will work with this pattern that is 3 stitches per inch in garter stitch). It is approximately 44” in circumference and 8” wide. It can be worn many different ways. I intended it to also be a hoodie and cowl when draped over the head and wrapped.

Moebius knitting is a completely enjoyable form of knitting - one of my favorite things to do. It’s perfect for travel and “media” watching. The stitches travel in a spiral around a 47” long circular needle.

As each round is completed, the depth increases from the center out because of the nature of this ingenious cast-on, developed by Cat Bordhi. Please watch her video to learn this fabulous cast-on method. More information is available at her website catbordhi.com

Please enjoy this quick and fun pattern to make a cold weather warmer.