How to Make a Crocheted Mobius Scarf


A mobius scarf is similar to an infinity scarf because it is a continuous loop. However, a mobius scarf differs from an infinity scarf in that the mobius has a twist in the front. There are many knitting patterns for these mathematical oddities, but crochet mobius patterns can be more difficult to find. Because crochet patterns do not require a circular needle to make a continuous loop, the construction of a crochet mobius scarf differs from a knitted one.

Things You'll Need

  • Yarn
  • Crochet hook
  • Chain as many stitches as you want for the width of your scarf. The foundation chain will differ for each crocheter based on yarn choice, hook size and desired width.

  • Work in your preferred stitch pattern until the scarf is as long as you want it to be. End the last row and leave the last stitch on your hook. Do not bind off the last stitch or break the yarn.

  • Fold the scarf in the middle. Lay it flat with the fold at the top and the loose ends at the bottom. The side with the last live stitch should be on the right.

  • Cross the right edge over the left, being careful not to pull the hook out of the last stitch. Line up the two ends so that the live stitch is on the left edge.

  • Pick up the scarf, still holding the ends together.

  • Slip stitch the ends together, starting from the live stitch and working across the row. Break the yarn and pull it through the last stitch. The twist will remain in the scarf. Your mobius scarf is now complete.

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