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October 24, 2011

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Esther Budd

This is true mobius, using Cat Bordhi's caston method. The stitch works with the cowl. There is an adjustment on each round to allow the pattern to work properly. Hope this helps. Glad you like it.

Esther

Berni Ilgen

I love this mobius. I am hoping the pattern is a seamless mobius. I just learned to do a cast-on for a true mobius but I need some more patterns. Apparently not every pattern stitch is suitable for this type of cowl.

In any case I'm inspired by this pattern and find myself itching to cast-on.

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