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Kombu Moebius Hood

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Created using this Craftsy Indie Pattern

This project was made from an independent Craftsy designer's pattern:

Kombu Moebius (Infinity) Cowl and Hood »
by missknittas studio

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Category Knitting
Type Accessory
Sizing Unisex
Style Traditional, Eco-Friendly, Casual
Kendra Nitta on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Knit Picks Simply Cotton (100% organic cotton worsted) For the adult size: just over 2 skeins For the child size: about 1.35 skeins For the toddler size: less than 1 skein

Kendra Nitta on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? I'm proud of figuring out a way to turn use the moebius form to create this new shape!

Kendra Nitta on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Don't be afraid to try a moebius, they are really quick to knit and super-addictive!

Kendra Nitta on craftsy.com

My daughter would love this. Do you sell your patterns?

07/31/2011 Flag

Yes, this pattern is available on the Knit Picks website -- just click on the name of the pattern in the "Pattern" section above (next to "By Designer")! I hope your daughter enjoys it!

08/27/2011 Flag

Also the pattern is now available in the Craftsy pattern store!

03/05/2012 Flag

I would like to give a few of these as Christmas gifts. Do make them to sell?

08/04/2011 Flag

I'm sorry, but I don't make them to sell. Thanks for asking, though!

08/27/2011 Flag

wonderful idea! the yarn looks very nice and soft aginst the skin. Lovely drape. What yarn did you use and is the pattern avaliable? thansk for sharing!!

08/27/2011 Flag

This project is made with Knit Picks Simply Cotton, a worsted-weight 100% organic cotton yarn. The pattern is available on the Knit Picks site, just click on the name of the pattern in the "Pattern" section above (next to "By Designer"). Thanks for the kind words about this pattern!

08/27/2011 Flag

You did a great job!!! Love this pattern. Was it hard to make?

09/03/2011 Flag

This project is not hard to make at all! It uses an unusual cast-on and couple of intermediate techniques (like short-rows and grafting), but it's definitely suitable for adventurous beginners!

09/03/2011 Flag