There are some interesting facets to the moebius that present some design challenges. The first challenge is the starting chain. Once you have crocheted your starting chain, you twist one end 180 degrees and slip stitch it to the opposite end--easier said than done. Also, in many designs, the beginning chain appears very obvious; unless you want that beginning chain to be a design element, it can look like a flaw. The second challenge is to design a stitch pattern that does not have obviously different front and back sides--unless you want that difference to be a design element. As you crochet the moebius, you crochet both edges at the same time, only one edge will show the right side of the stitch pattern and the other the wrong side. Another challenge was my choice of yarn, which is self-striping. I didn't want the yarn to fight with a stitch pattern; as the garment grows from the center outwards toward the edges.
There have been some requests to make this moebius the subject of an upcoming meeting. Web 2.0 is the topic for February, but because of equipment requirements, we might want to schedule that meeting for a later date and do the moebius instead. Also, basic garment construction is scheduled for the spring. If we do devote a meeting to the moebius, I will provide a written pattern. The main focus would be on learning how to create the fdc lattice upon which the garment is constructed.