Moebius Seed Scarf

Knitters notoriously underestimate how much time is needed to knit for everyone on their gift list. It seemed like a great idea to knit Christmas gifts for all your family and friends in July! If you find yourself a bit behind this December, think big yarn and big needles. Try this simple and stylish cowl that can be knit in a few hours. You can always make everyone socks next year!
Moebius Seed Scarf

2 100g skeins Misti Alpaca Chunky
Size 17 needles

Holding two strands of yarn together, cast on 18 stitches

Row 1. *k1, p1; repeat from * to end.
Row 2. *p1, k1; repeat from * to end.

Repeat rows 1 and 2 until piece measures 24”.

Bind off in pattern.

Seam short ends together twisting one end before joining to make scarf a moebius.

Pattern inspired by Nina at Nina Yarn Shop in Chicago, Illinois.

10 thoughts on “Moebius Seed Scarf

  1. Just hold them both in your hand and allow the two strands to twist together naturally. After a few rows you will hardly notice that you are holding two strands together. Thanks for knitting Building Blocks with me!

  2. Video would be great. Is it hard to knit with a double strand? Referring to Moebius scarf I am in a class where we are doing the build a block afghan I am a novice. Your videos are great. If using 2 strands, should they be twisted together?

  3. I was glad to read this post, I am a beginner knitter and thought I could knit 3 scarfs for my daughters for the holidays, well they didn’t get done. I’ll remember chunky and bigger needles for quicker projects.

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