Mhira moebius

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Language:
English
Brand:
Independent Designer
Designer:
Impeccable Knits
Craft:
Knitting
Yarn Weight:
Fingering
Format:
Downloadable PDF
Skill Level:
Intermediate
Featured Yarn:
Hand Maiden Casbah
Notes:
Required: 200yds (183m) Sample in Knit Picks Stroll Tonal Fingering (75% Merino, 25% Nylon; 462yds / 422m per 100g) in Blue Yonder.

Description

Drochaid Mhira is the Gaelic name for Marion Bridge, a small village in Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, made famous in Allister MacGillivray’s "Song for the Mira".

Moebius knitting is a wondrously fascinating endeavour – you knit around and around to complete a beautiful loop scarf with a half twist in the construction. This half-twist provides the opportunity for some rather elegant fashion opportunities – scarf, shawl, cowl, double-wrap neck warmer...

The lace pattern is offset after the first repeat to create a more interesting line. If you wish the eyelets to form a continuous V, instructions are included on how to do this.

Bonus Instructional Materials
A 2-page photo tutorial is included for the Moebius cast on as well as a link to Cat Bordhi's video tutorial.

Instructions for a stretchy bind off are included as well.

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