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Rebecca Möbius Scarf FO Reveal!

You might remember a while back I was playing around with a new cake of Scheepjes Whirl in BlueBerry Bambam, and decided to make a beaded scarf. Check out my review of Whirl for all the details!

Well that scarf turned into the Rebecca Möbius Scarf, named after my 10 year-old because she ended up loving the blue colorway. 

I pre-strung the beads, and worked alternating from the inside and the outside of the cake. It was surprisingly easy after my tester, Andrea Grimaldi (@ndrgrmld on Instagram) gave me a tip: pull the center end one way, and unwind the outside end toward the opposite direction. This way they never meet and won’t tangle! Brilliant! 😁

Here is my Rebecca Möbius Scarf as modeled by its namesake.

The color changes of Whirl with the striping has me absolutely giddy, and the beads give it that added touch. But the beads aren’t 100% necessary and it looks awesome without them! Just ask Andrea – she tested the pattern with the Green Tea Tipple colorway without the beading, and it came out fantastic.

You can’t wear this without smiling! Pick any shade of Whirl and look for the free pattern next week. ❤️❤️ 

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  1. Rachele, I’ve always loved your blog …. always. It makes me soooo sad to see how you seem to have sold your soul to Scheeepjes. We never get a post from you any more unless it involves promoting their awful yarns ….

    • Hi, there!
      I love Scheepjes Yarns and am lucky enough to have been asked to become a Scheepjes Blogger. It took me a couple of months to answer them back because I was fighting with the thought of what was in my mind “selling out.” But I decided to do it! And it’s the best thing I’ve done for my business. Yes it’s a business! I feed my family with income that comes from running a blog, and publishing free and paid patterns. I decided to switch from custom orders to full time designing, so I’m constantly designing patterns now, using both Scheepjes and non-Scheepjes Yarns (check the Yarns I Use tab in the menu to see). Since Scheepjes Yarns are provided to me free of charge, my overhead is lower on those items, which puts more food on my table. Plus their Yarns are great! I wouldn’t use them if they weren’t! I do not feel like I “sold out.” I feel like I took my business to the next level, and am able to share more patterns than ever before. My mind is always whirring, and I see a blanket everywhere I look, so no end in sight! 🙂
      Thank you for stopping in, and happy crafting to you!
      Rachele C.