What is a MoMo Cowl? 

It’s a magical solution to a Moebius puzzle I’ve been pondering since 2000. It allows all the “wrong side” floats of color work to hide completely, leaving only pure sleep stockinette designs. I want to share it with you before I die!


Knitting a MoMo can be a springboard to freedom. In my island retreats, I’ve noticed that nearly everyone who knits a MoMo makes more than one, and many knitters design their own even if they’re never designed anything before.

Here are one dozen beautiful MoMo Cowls for you. I am so pleased to be able to pass the collection along.

Caution: This is, I think, a very usable presentation, but it is not as meticulously fine-tuned as my earlier ebooks. I do not have the energy or attention span to make it so. Therefore you may need to have your wits about you a little more than usual, and I won’t be able to answer questions.


Enjoy yourself and this graceful form!

BUY THIS COLLECTION (12 MoMo Cowls) for $20.


Helpful video from Cat demonstrating how to start the second moebius

See Finished Projects on Ravelry

Cat's MoMos

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Ravelry: Annaguy1956

Yarn Used: HiKoo Sueno, 1 skein of mountain fog, 1 skein of bashful, 1 skein of plum and 1 skein of slated. Each skein is 255 yards. 2. Caron Simply Soft from my stash, unsure of quantities, used 10 colors.

Tips: 1. Followed original pattern except for 1. 2 decrease wedges and 2 decrease wedges; 2. the very end where I completed last wedge and cast off using 3 needle bindoff, didn't do the unique wrong side row. 2. I cast on 120 stitches, adding an extra 20 stitches because I wanted it longer and wider, adding an extra w&to to each wedge making it wider. At the end I completed the last wedge, then repeated row 1, then the unique WS row before 3 needle bind off. 6-1-3-1-6 wedges. For the description of the K-below I would add the word /through after the word into.