1. Knit and Crochet Now!

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  2. Moebius, a German mathematician from the beginning of the 18th century, who developed the magically twisted circle ring on which this knitting technique is based.
    Use a long circular needle - at least 32 inch.
    Cast on around double needle points. Number of sts cast on divided by gauge will give finished diameter. Pull out one needle and move sts to needle with no working yarn.
    With other side of needle pick up sts in each long loop under each stitch all around. (Since not picking up in the first st you will end up with an odd total number of sts).
    The needles should now be on the outside of the cable and the cable is twisted one time on the middle. Join and start knitting in the round.
    First time you get to the starting tail you have worked all sts cast on on needle and now you will make first round on the sts picked up and first time you work these you knit in the back loop. Following rounds will be worked in front loop as normally.
    If you keep knitting in the round half your work will be in stockinette and half in reversed stockinette. Since you have an odd number of sts you could K1,P1 all around and your moebius will be all in seed sts.

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  3. This video is a supplement to The Knitted Slipper Book. The book features 30 patterns for slippers and house shoes for the entire family, and many of the designs are knitted and then hand-felted. This video shows the techniques I use to hand-felt my knits. For complete directions, see the "techniques" section of the book.

    The Knitted Slipper Book is an everything-you-need-to-know guide to making slippers. In addition to the knitting instructions, techniques covered include felting; shaping; sizing; attaching soles, linings, and insoles; and finishing with tassels, pom-poms, and other trims. Step-by-step photos assure beautiful, hard-wearing, and well-fitting results.

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  4. In this DROPS video we show how to knit the spiral pattern in the round. The number of stitches can be divided by 6 + 1. In our example we have 25 stitches.
    We already casted on and knitted the first round over all stitches. The pattern starts in 2nd round. Work * K 4, P 2*, repeat *-* around. When working in the round the pattern will automatically shift 1 st to the right for each round and creates the spiral pattern.

    To see a pattern with this technique, see: garnstudio.com/lang/us/pattern.php?id=6203&lang=us DROPS Catalog 151-43

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  5. This video is a supplement to The Knitted Slipper Book. The book features 30 patterns for slippers and house shoes for the entire family, and one of the designs, Sunday Morning Scuffs, uses loop stitches for an extra-cozy slipper. This video shows you how I like to work the loop stitch. For complete directions, see the "techniques" section of the book.
    The Knitted Slipper Book is an everything-you-need-to-know guide to making slippers. In addition to the knitting instructions, techniques covered include felting; shaping; sizing; attaching soles, linings, and insoles; and finishing with tassels, pom-poms, and other trims. Step-by-step photos assure beautiful, hard-wearing, and well-fitting results.

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