Moebius knitting creates a continuous loop out of a flat piece of knitting - with a twist. Made popular by Cat Bordhi, moebius projects can contain one, three, five or more twists. You'll need to know how to do a moebius cast-on to start any moebius projects.

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Free Pattern: Moebius Bowls – Nesting Felted – “Pentafold (5 Twist) Rim” – Bulky Weight

This unique felted moebius bowl pattern is the product of three generations of moebius bowls — inspired originally by Somersaulting Rim Bowl by Cat Bordhi.

This moebius bowl pattern is fun and slightly challenging — bet you’ve never done a moebius with five twists before! Combine Magic Loop with Moebius knitting to make the small bowl and you’ll be very proud of yourself.


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5-Twist (Pentafold) Moebius Cast-On

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Moebius Cast-On

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The moebius cast-on was invented by Cat Bordhi as a way to start a loop with one twist in it.

The cast-on itself is similar to a provisional cast-on, but then setting up the moebius and checking it to find the twist make the endeavor more complicated.

Working the first round can be a little slow and confusing – I’ve demonstrated the cast-on all the way through knitting the first round so that you won’t get stuck.



Recommended Circular Needles: Addi Turbo by Skacel

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My favorite circular needles for knitting FAST. The blunt tips don’t hurt your fingertips, and the joins are smooth as silk.

My recommended needle lengths are:
– 47″ for two-at-a-time knitting
– 40″ for anything else on Magic Loop
– 30-47″ for Moebius knitting

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