Creative & designScience Everywhere Maria knitted a Moebius band scarf by Eva Amsen November 29, 2006 written by Eva Amsen November 29, 2006 Inspired by this post with Moebius band knitting patterns, Maria knitted me my very own moebius scarf. Here I’m wearing it while reading the menu: Because it’s hard to see the structure in a photo, I took a video of Maria showing off her knitting work: Save Save knittingmathematicsmoebius 2 comments 8 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail Eva Amsen Eva Amsen is a writer, science communicator and blogger. She has been writing about science and scientists in art/culture/life since 2005, both on this blog and for other sites and publications. Portfolio | Twitter | Contact previous post Some of my Friends are scientists next post Biochemistry with the Celebrity Stars on Conan O’Brien Related Articles Book box DIY project March 6, 2019 Making science art in Sims 4 January 29, 2019 Alternative periodic tables January 16, 2019 Science gift guide for Christmas (or other holidays) November 23, 2018 13 Science Halloween items on RedBubble October 15, 2018 Agar plates experiment: microbes on books July 10, 2018 Google Street View for Research May 28, 2018 Axolotls and science otters – science on RedBubble February 24, 2018 Science Christmas cards, books, and more November 7, 2017 Back to school (or lab or work) science... August 8, 2017 2 comments Maria November 29, 2006 - 10:54 AM It’s the coolest moebius ever! Shelley November 29, 2006 - 4:33 PM What a cool scarf. I really like the colours. I love my scarf in winter, I wonder if I could sew one up into a strip like that too? (knitting is out, I only wear woven acrylic near my neck). Comments are closed.