Aloe Knit Mobius and Hat Pattern

Aloe Knit Mobius and Hat Pattern
This is a beginner-friendly, quick knit pattern that is fun to make and results in a gorgeous mobius cowl and hat you will love to wear. The Aloe Knit Mobius and Hat Pattern can be made in a weekend for a last-minute gift, too. Make them in all your favorite colors for a splash of color on the gloomiest of winter days.

Aloe Knit Mobius and Hat Pattern by Kristin Omdahl

Materials:

  • 360 yds (329.2m) #4 worsted weight yarn for cowl
    and
    180 yds (164.6m) #4 worsted weight yarn for hat
  • US10.5 (6.5mm) knitting needles
  • Yarn needle
  • Scissors

Shown in Knit Picks Brava Worsted; 100% premium acrylic, #4 worsted weight yarn; 218 yds (200m) per 3.5oz (100gm); color peapod, 2 balls.

Gauge: 16sts / 16 rows = 4 in (10cm) in blocked stitch pattern

Finished sizes:

Mobius Cowl: 34 in (86.4cm) circumference x 15 in (38.1cm) tall

Hat: 20 in (50.8cm) circumference x 9 in (22.9cm) tall

Scroll to the bottom of this page to watch the YouTube tutorial video that teaches you step-by-step how to knit this stitch pattern.

Knit Stitch Abbreviations:

CO cast on; BO bind off; K knit; P purl; PM place marker; SM slip marker; YO yarn over; Sl slip stitch; K-tbl knit through the back loop; KFB knit into the front and back of same stitch; K2TOG knit 2 stitches together

Instructions to Make Aloe Knit Mobius Pattern:

CO 60 sts
Row 1: Knit across. — 60 sts
Row 2: Knit across. — 60 sts
Row 3: K3, *sl1 purlwise, k3, psso the 3 knit sts. Rep from * across to last st: k1. — 46 sts
Row 4: K1, *k3, yo. Rep from *, end k3. — 60 sts
Rows 5 – 134: Rep rows 1 – 4 thirty-two more times, then rows 1 – 2 once more. BO all stitches, leaving long tail for sewing.

Assembly:

For a cowl, sew bind off edge to cast on edge without twisting. For a mobius, sew bind off edge to cast on edge with one twist.

Instructions to Make Aloe Knit Hat Pattern:

CO 80 sts

Row 1: Knit across. — 80 sts

Row 2: Knit across. — 80 sts

Row 3: K3, *sl1 purlwise, k3, psso the 3 knit sts. Rep from * across to last st: k1. — 61 sts

Row 4: K1, *k3, yo. Rep from *, end k3. — 80 sts

Rows 5 – 35: Rep rows 1 – 4 seven more times, then rows 1 – 3 once more. — 61 sts

Row 36: Knit across.

Row 37: K2tog across to last st: k1. — 31 sts

Row 38: Knit across.

Row 39: K2tog across to last st: k1. — 16 sts

Row 40: Knit across.

Row 41: K2tog across. — 8 sts

Fasten off, leaving long tail to cinch through remaining sts and sew up side seam of hat.

Finishing:

Weave in loose ends. Wash, block to finished measurements and let dry.

Watch a tutorial video for Aloe Knit Mobius and Hat Pattern here:

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4 thoughts on “Aloe Knit Mobius and Hat Pattern

  1. Robbie says:

    I read through the pattern and have a question. You cast on 56 stitches and knit the first two rows and the pattern says you have 60 stitches, did I miss increases or should I have cast on 60?

  2. Carol says:

    The instructions say to cast on 56 stitches and then knit the first two rows and the stitch count given at that point is 60 stitches. In the video it mentions the decrease and increase in the pattern, but the cast on and knit two rows would have no increase or decrease, so should the cast on be 60 stitches?

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