Caffe Latte — FREE PATTERN

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Do you have those tiny remnants that you don’t know what to do with? Girotondo is a whimsical knit that can be worked with any weight of yarn. The suggested yarn and needle combination is indicative only.



Fingering weight

Shown here: Sunrise Fiber Co. Classic Sock (100% merino wool; 400 m / 366 yds, 100 g / 3.53 oz skein; color Holi Festival: 1 skein)

Yardage: 75 m / 85 yds, no allowance added


3.75 mm / US 5 needles, any type; adjust needle size if necessary to obtain gauge.


Yarn needle


20 sts and 40 rows = 10 cm / 4″ in garter stitch, blocked.

Gauge is not critical but affects the finished measurement and yardage.


112 cm / 44″ in length, measured along the shorter edge


Caffe Latte — FREE PATTERN

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Free Pattern: Motorcycle moebius scarf

Disclaimer: This is an old pattern published in 2008. It has not been updated since then and does not reflect my current style of pattern writing.

This scarf is inspired by the neck warmer of motorcyclists.

Worsted weight (shown here: Noro Aurora color #02, 1.5 skeins)
Gauge: 26 sts and 30 rows = 10x10cm in 1×1 ribbing, blocked
Finished size: 46 cm along the center of the scarf (the “circumference”), height: 23 cm
Needles: 3.75 mm circular needles at least 80 cm long

Tubular Set-up

Use the Tubular Method to cast on 256 stitches. Make 2 full twists before joining in the round.

Round 1: [Knit 1, slip 1 purlwise] around.

Round 2: Knit 1, purl 1, [slip 1 purlwise, purl 1] around.

Repeat these 2 rounds once more.

Main Section

Continue in 1×1 ribbing until piece measures half of the desired height (34 rounds worked in the sample. Note: After several rounds, the waste yarn can be removed.

Place all the stitches on a waste yarn. Practice with Paper PrototypeMake a moebius ring with a paper stripe. Cut it in half along the center of the stripe, it will look like the piece of your knitting.Now reverse the motion and graft the live stitches along the center and you will get a moebius ring.


Match the first stitch with the 129th stitch, graft live stitches together as shown in the drawing. Please note that due to the nature of ribbing the stitches won’t align perfectly.

Weave in loose ends.


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