Garden Path Moebius wrap

My newest pattern is the Garden Path Moebius. It's a knitted moebius capelet featuring a cables and lace pattern, edged with a sweet ruffle. I've loved moebius knitting ever since I first heard about it. Once you master the cast-on, it's just regular knitting... with a bit of a twist.

Knitted mobius moebius cables and lace ruffles Juno Fibre Arts merino tencel yarn

The Garden Path Moebius (rav link) takes its name from my studies in linguistics - a garden path sentence leads the reader astray as it is being read. It's perfectly grammatical, but it takes an unexpected turn. Examples include "The old man the boat," (the old people man the boat) or "The horse raced past the barn fell" (the horse, who was being raced, fell).
Moebius capelet textured cat bordhi poncho wrap coverup

The Garden Path Moebius combines some of my all-time favorite things -- the name comes from my passion in linguistics, the yarn comes from my favorite indie dyer, Juno Fibre Arts, and the knitting combines some great techniques: moebius knitting (which itself comes from one of my favorite designers, Cat Bordhi), cables and lace, a reversible stitch pattern, and ruffles. This design was a real labor of love for me, so I hope you enjoy it.

for $6.00

Sizes: Available in five sizes: 31 [37, 43.5, 50, 56]" (79 [94, 110, 127, 142]cm). To pick the size that best suits you, measure comfortably below your shoulders, at the widest point of your upper arm. Sizing is flexible, and if in doubt, go for a larger rather than smaller size.
Yarn: 550 - 910 yds of fingering weight yarn (Shown: Juno Fibre Arts Myrtle, two 100g skeins). All but the largest size require under 200g of fingering yarn.
Needles: US 7 / 4.5mm - 47" or longer circular needle.
Special Techniques: Moebius/mobius cast on (full instructions included), twisted stitch cables (instructions included), lace knitting, reading cables & lace from a chart or from written instructions


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