How to Knitting a Moebius or Mobius Cast-On with Circular Needles Tutorial - Part 2

How to Knitting a Moebius or Mobius Cast-On with Circular Needles Tutorial - Part 2


"So when you finish each round, move the marker from the left needle on to the right needle."

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How to Knitting a Moebius or Mobius Cast-On with Circular Needles Tutorial - Part 2 *Make sure you keep the knitting needles positioned to make sure. You're knitting in the round, except you're knitting in the mobius round.* You must have a marker? It is crucial that you use one. Make sure your working yarn is behind and a knit one into the back of each stitch. Knit one into the loose knot. #strawberrycouture
*Make sure you keep the knitting needles positioned to make sure. You're knitting in the round, except you're knitting in the Mobius round.*

You must have a marker. It is crucial that you use one. Make sure your working yarn is behind and a knit one into the back of each stitch. Knit one into the loose knot.

Then as you go along slide and work toward the left needle. See how they look. Make sure you keep the knitting needles positioned to make sure.

See what's going on so far with the marker. You're knitting in the round, except you're knitting in the Mobius round. This is the way it's done. There you go. The marker separates. What will be the back into the ending and the beginning? Move your marker from the left needle to the right needle.



*See how the work wraps around the cord and then wrapped around the needle.*

How to Knitting a Moebius or Mobius Cast-On with Circular Needles Tutorial - Part 2 - So when you finish each round, move the marker from the left needle on to the right needle. Make sure you keep the knitting needles positioned to make sure. You're knitting in the round, except you're knitting in the mobius round. See how the work wraps around the cord and then wrapped around the needle. So when you finish each round, move the marker from the left needle on to the right needle. #strawberrycoutureNow we are toward the middle already. This is what it looks like with the marker I had earlier. The stitches that began once on the top are now on the bottom or now on the circular cord. See how the work wraps around the cord and then is wrapped around the needle. This shows you the work that rests is in the Mobius "mold". Look closer.

Let's put it here on the needle. See how it's on the top and then it goes to the bottom. The cord takes over. So the work twists this way left over right. Here's the marker. When your marker is at the bottom like this you are in the middle of the round. or halfway through the round.

There's that tail that comes into it.


*So when you finish each round, move the marker from the left needle onto the right needle.*

How to Knitting a Moebius or Mobius Cast-On with Circular Needles Tutorial - Part 2 - So when you finish each round, move the marker from the left needle on to the right needle. Make sure you keep the knitting needles positioned to make sure. You're knitting in the round, except you're knitting in the mobius round. See how the work wraps around the cord and then wrapped around the needle. So when you finish each round, move the marker from the left needle on to the right needle. #strawberrycouture
Now I need to point this out to you. What was once on the bottom now becomes the top see look at the "mold". Here's the cord. Here's the bottom. Whereas here's the top. Here's the bottom. You can see the shape start to take place and folds this way. Now notice there are double strands. You're going to knit into both of them since I used two strands of yarn. You're going to see four strands. If used one strand you'd see two strands. Knit one and into the whole thing. See it. Looks like a little noose between two strands. You can tell it forms together.

As the work grows, it'll become easier to move. Keep the needles positioned. I'm at the tail end of the row. I have few more stitches left.

And I am back where I began and that is the end of the round. I'll consider it my first round. So when you finish each round, move the marker from the left needle on to the right needle. You are now ready to start the next round.

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