Monday, January 18, 2010

Hello and greetings!

So I am updating again with a new scarf, only this one is called a mobius scarf after the famous moebius strip that we all learned about in elementary school math! It is a continuous strip that I connected at one end folds in the middle. The original moebius strip was said to be created by August Ferdinand Mobius, a German mathematician. He said by producing a belt with only a half twist in the middle, you would create an object with only one side. (Please see Wikapedia for more details!)

But anyway, mobius scarves have become a fashionable and warm accessory for women who want a scarf without the worry of it coming undone because the tail flies away or unrolls. It can be worn long as a fashionable accessory piece or wrapped around the neck twice for a warm, tailless scarf that will not blow away in the wind.

This one is a blue denim color made from wool and acrylic yarn. It is 19 inches long and 7 inches wide. For more photos and pricing info, please visit

Any comments or requests are welcome!

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