Mobius Infinity Cowl: A Knitting Recipe Premium class

Jill Tarabar, Graphic Designer by day. Fiber Artist by night.

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7 Videos (21m)
    • Mobius Infinity Cowl Introduction

      1:50
    • Lesson 1 Choose Yarn & Needle Size

      1:14
    • Lesson 2 Determine Gauge

      1:46
    • Lesson 3 Provisional Crochet Cast On

      3:52
    • Lesson 4 (optional) Add Beads to your Cowl

      3:11
    • Lesson 5 Add a Mobius Twist

      2:04
    • Lesson 6 Kitchener Stitch & You're Done!

      7:17

About This Class

A Mobius strip, by definition, is a single-edged geometric surface with only one continuous side. Bring geometry to life with this deceptively easy-to-knit cowl which can double as a hood or even a shawl... Mathematical Art!

Together, we will knit a Mobius Infinity Cowl step by step, mastering new knitting skills such as Provisional Crochet Cast-on, Adding Beads as you knit, and creating an Invisible Kitchener Stitch seam.

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Jill Tarabar

Graphic Designer by day. Fiber Artist by night.

me in a nutshell:
mom of 2 great young adults
wife of a wonderful husband
graphic designer by day
fiber and glass artist by night
somewhat obsessed by the creative process
blessed (or cursed) by fearless creativity...

I have been knitting for as long as I can remember, learning from my mother and grandmother. Always searching for an interesting project or technique, unusual fiber or stitch pattern. I've knit with yarn, wire and up-cycled yarn from old t-shirts (watch for a future Skillshare class on this technique!) My largest project by far was designing and knitting the Chuppah for my son's wedding. 

I've also spent a number of years working with Stained Glass, designing jewelry boxes, picture frames and more. Ultimately, my goal is to somehow combine knitting with stained glass... stay tuned!

I currently have two shops on etsy.com so you are welcome to check out my stained glass creations and knits - including yarn for sale. I have more yarn in my house than a person could knit in a lifetime so some of it has found it's way into my etsy shop!

Visit JiSTknits on Etsy

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