Rebecca Littleton is a resident of London, KY, and works as a biologist for the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources. She has crocheted since the early 1980s, making a wide range of items for friends and family.
Rebecca has recently begun crocheting moebius wraps, seamless, circular wraps with a half twist, crocheted in an open pattern. They are based on the mobius strip or circle discovered by August Ferdinand Mobius, a 19th century German mathematician and astronomer. These wraps are sometimes also referred to as infinity or eternity scarves because they are continuous, with no beginning or end.
Rebecca comments, “The scarves are very versatile and can be worn as a wrap, a shawl, or a scarf. They make great winter scarves and the lighter wraps are great to wear in the summer when you work in a cold air conditioned environment.”
Works by Rebecca Littleton can be found at the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, Berea, KY.