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Moebi...yesss! Pattern


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Knitting: Moebi...yesss!
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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details






Women, Girls, Petite, Tall, Plus-sized



Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Moebius cast-on (an instructional video link is provided)
  • Basic knitting and purling
  • Reversible Picot bind off (instructions are provided)
  • optional: add beads to your picot bind-off

Pattern Description:

Elegant worn as a stole... wear it over your little black dress, with the top edge gracefully folded over to show off the glint of the beautiful beads on the tip of each picot along the edging. Dress it up or down, it goes with everything! It's a comfortable hood scarf too. A tasteful chic design you can wear to the office or with your favourite jeans.

This is a fully reversible true moebius that's a relaxing knit after a long day. The sample shown is knit in a merino-silk blend providing warmth, softness and that elegant sheen. This is a project for that 'special' yarn!


18sts/40rows = 10cm/4" in pattern.
Gauge is not critical.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Customizable
  • As written: 16" wide, 40" circumference
  • As written: 41cm wide, 102cm circumference


  • 450-490 yards (415-445 m) worsted weight yarn
  • 80+ beads large enough to use with worsted
  • tool to add beads to work eg: crochet hook, wire, dental floss etc.
  • stitch markers
  • 8US/5mm circular needles at least 40"/100cm long

Suggested yarn:

488 yards of Worsted weight

Preferred Brand/Yarn:

Berroco Inca Gold



About Designer

About Designer

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Carol Young
by Skukum Carol
Greenwood, BC, Canada
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Hi and thank you, I'm honored you're reading this :D

I've been knitting as long as I can remember and love anything creative and artistic. I grew up in the world's largest temperate rainforest, where plenty of well-trodden bear trails lead past the best huckleberry picking areas. I'd run for miles down those trails and the ground is so spongy I never needed shoes ;)

Anyway... I have a ...

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